London manager Paul Coggins says the Exiles have further 'chaos' up their sleeves. The much-improved Exiles made history on Saturday with a stunning qualifier win over Fermanagh and Coggins believes they can go on to do more damage in this year's championship. Speaking after the Fermanagh game, he said: "There are feelings of great elation and happiness. We worked very hard to achieve something and we achieved it. We've a great bunch of players and they put everything in there, absolutely everything. "Fermanagh came here to win the game and we never gave them a second. The performance was immense. "We are going to enjoy it, but we've all got to make improvements and we're not finished yet. We're looking forward to the season continuing for another while and I suppose causing more fixture chaos in London." The Round Two qualifier draw means London welcome Waterford to Ruislip next.
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