DONCASTER Dons boss Tony Miller hopes it will be third time lucky when they host South Wales Scorpions in tomorrow’s opening Co-operative Championship One clash.
The Scorpions completed a double over the South Yorkshire outfit in their first season of Championship rugby last season.
“I don’t think that we played particularly badly when they beat us at home in our first league game of the season, but we didn’t play well at their place at the end of the season when we needed to win to keep our outside play-off hopes alive,” said Miller.
“We are at home and one of the team goals that we have set ourselves is to remain unbeaten at home in the league this season.
“We’ve set our sights on a top-four spot but it is not going to be easy because there looks to be half a dozen or so good sides.
“We need to get off to a winning start because winning breeds confidence. We need to be clinical and convert our chances and that’s what we’ve been working on in training this week. We want to be more structured and to put more set plays on so that everyone knows their role.”