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Pirate FM Rugby
10:57am 19th November 2011
"It is time to lift our heads up and knuckle down".
That from Redruth bosses as the Cornish side look to bounce back at home to Clifton.
Our guys were hammered by Old Albanians last week, 50-3.
Director of rugby David Penberthy says, "We know what we've got to do there to restore the faith of our loyal supporters. The players owe it to themselves as well because we've succumbed to two very good sides in Old Albanians and Richmond and one mediocre side in Hertford".
Elsewhere, Launceston welcome Barnes and the Cornish Pirates face a tough clash away to Bristol tomorrow.
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