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Rugby: Launceston vs Ampthill

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7:01am 22nd February 2014


Launceston welcome Ampthill to Polson Bridge, having missed three out of their last four games.

But the Cornish All Blacks say the break because of the weather will not affect them.

The hosts are third in the table

Head coach Cliff Rainsford says morale in the dressing room is good: "Just eager to get back playing again now. We need to catch up now. It's all very well having games in hand but they've got to be converted into results. So we just want to get moving again now and get playing again.

"It'll be a hard game, they're up at the top of the league, they're a good running side, and they like to throw the ball around a bit. So, hopefully if the weather conditions are suitable for us to play but not too dry then we should be OK."

7:01am 22nd February 2014

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