Jersey Reds 'back in the groove' after Cornish Pirates victory
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Jersey Reds boss Harvey Biljon feels his side are getting "back in the groove" after a 35-24 win at Cornish Pirates in the Championship.
Two early Jordan Holgate tries and one from Macauley Cook helped Jersey into a 17-13 lead at half-time.
Will Brown and James Hadfield crossed inside the first five minutes of the second half before Brown got another.
The bonus-point win keeps Jersey in second place in the Championship ahead of a three-week break for the cup.
But they are now just a point behind Ealing after they were beaten at home by Coventry.
"You could see we were starting to get a bit of a roll on, and bit more momentum, and we're back in the groove," Biljon told BBC Radio Jersey.
The victory came a week after the islanders narrowly beat bottom side London Scottish and a fortnight after a 19-19 draw at Coventry.
"It was a pretty dominant performance from Jersey Reds, but what you learn when you come down to the Mennaye is that the Cornish Pirates are a team that don't give up and they stay in it," added Biljon.
"That made it a little bit uncomfortable at times because we just couldn't stretch away, and you've got to give them credit.
"But I think that was a fantastic effort from our players after some tough travel and a physical encounter, so I'm really chuffed to go away with five points."