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Pirate FM Rugby Round-Up
12:42pm 5th October 2013
The Cornish Pirates are celebrating.
They beat Moseley at home on Friday night, by 15 points.
In National Two, the Cornish All Blacks travel to Ampthill and District, looking to take their home form with them.
Launceston have not had an victory away so far this season.
Head coach Cliff Rainsford said: "Games away, strategically and that, we've played reasonably well, it's just a few little errors have let us down a little bit. We're just looking to transfer the home form now into the away form and if we can do that then we'll be fine."
Elsewhere, Redruth welcome Taunton.
Both games kick-off at 3.00pm on Saturday.
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