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Cornwall's Rugby Teams Do Battle
7:01am 11th February 2012
Redruth get set to take on the might of Richmond.
The Londoners visit the Rec on Saturday, keen to widen their lead in National Two
But the Reds are hoping the home advantage will help them settle a score.
Boss Dave Penberthy:
"We had a week off last week so we haven't been able to put right our performance up at Hartpury yet, but it's a great opportunity to put one over the top team in the league, so we're looking forward to it very much"
Elsewhere Launceston host Dings Crusaders,
Our boys lost the last time the sides met.
But Captain Tom Rawlings says the team is confident:
"We've had a weekend off. I think batteries are fully recharged and everyone's raring to go. It was nice to have a little break in between after a good healthy win at Polson Bridge over Southend and the boys are ready"
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