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4:04pm 4th April 2014
(Updated 4:04pm 4th April 2014)
Redruth go to Bishop's Stortford this weekend battling a catalogue of injuries.
The hosts are fourth in the league and traditionally a tough prospect.
But last time out our boys came out on top.
Reds coach Ashley Morcom told Pirate FM: "We're right up against it this weekend for injuries but we've got make sure we go there and make a good account of ourselves. We can't afford to go there and let it drop away because it will be a bad day for Redruth.
"They're up there near the top of the table for a reason and they play some really good rugby. I would say they've probably played some of the best rugby I've seen this year. I think it's going to be a hard day going to Bishop's Stortford, long travel and obviously they've got a good side who probably want to put right the wrongs from earlier in the year. "
4:04pm 4th April 2014
Elsewhere are Launceston host basement boys Exmouth in a big points game.
The Cornish All Blacks are fighting to get back up the league two table after sinking to third from bottom.
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