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Redruth RFC v. Hartpury College
2:41pm 27th January 2012
Redruth look to take their winning form on the road.
They face an away clash against Hartpury College later, after a convincing win over Lydney last weekend.
Our lads came out on top when the League Two sides met earlier this season.
Director of Rugby Dave Penberthy tells Pirate FM what advice he is giving the team ahead of the match: "What I say to the boys now is, when we go away, let's just play for the fun of it. We're pretty much safe in this league now, so we can just enjoy the rest of the season. You know, I don't think we're going to push for promotion, but I still think we can have a huge say on the teams above us."
"Yeah, it is nip and tuck, and you know, we've Richmond and Old Albanians at home before the end of the season and they're the two frontrunners in the league. You know, one will go up definitely and one will get to the play offs, but I want to have a say in that situation."
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