Centurions are fully fit as they approach the final two games of the Co-operative Championship season, and last week’s performance was particularly pleasing for assistant coach Paul Rowley.
He said: “We were pretty good. We stuck to the game-plan, and we didn’t go off as individuals thinking that we needed to do our own thing.
“It was a good attitude test, and the lads passed with flying colours.”
On Toulouse Olympique, Rowley added: “You never know what you’re going to get with them.
“They tend to finish the season not as well as they start it, but they’ve got some flair and speed in their back three, and they can be a dangerous side if they put it together for 80 minutes.”