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Pirate FM Rugby
6:06pm 17th February 2012
Launceston travel to Henley this weekend, hoping to make it three wins on the trot.
It was victory for the Cornish All Blacks the last time the teams met.
But captain Tom Rawlings knows the home side are above us in the league and we cannot take anything for granted: "They are going to be out for revenge and I think they are going to be on their guard this weekend. They know what to expect but I think if we keep up the form we showed last week and two weeks prior to that against Southend, it's going to be a good game of rugby and a good battle".
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