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Rugby: Launceston Go For Three in a Row

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7:01am 5th November 2011

"We're on the up"

That from The Cornish All Blacks as they go for their third win on the trot.

Hartbury visit Polson Bridge in League Two.

They are third, while our lads are tenth.

But Captain Tom Rawlings says that means nothing.....

“Some teams will look at us and take it for granted a little bit, and come down and think they're going to beat us easily. But Polson Bridge is a very hard place to come and play and certainly the last game against Henley a couple of weeks ago showed it's a hard place to come and win"

“It’s a great feeling at the moment. We've picked up quite a few bonus points. That's kept us in the loop, with these two wins that we've got back to back, that's certainly bumped us up a little bit. As long as play well I don't see why we can't  go out and get a result" 

Elsewhere in Leauge Two, Redruth welcome Taunton to the Rec.

 

7:01am 5th November 2011

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