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Redruth and Launceston in National Two Action
7:02am 12th November 2011
It is fifth versus sixth in National Two, as Redruth travel to Old Albanians.
Our boys are a place above the hosts and go in off the back of a win.
But away form has not been great lately.
Boss Dave Penberthy says it is time to take the Rec on the road:
"We're used to playing in front of big crowds here and the expectancy is massive. We've been having a chat in the week and the last few weeks we've had a lot of things to deal with. We're certainly seeing daylight at the end of the tunnel for that now and I’m hoping that will ease the players and we'll see the better away form come out."
"We've had some indifferent form of late and they seem to have struck some form. So, it makes for a very good encounter, a very intriguing encounter. I think we're looking to bounce back from a couple of away defeats, heavy away defeats"
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