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Launceston RFC v. Hertford

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8:01am 15th April 2012

The Cornish All Blacks look to continue their winning streak.

Launceston are at home to Hertford, after beating Barnes and Richmond.

When the League Two sides met earlier in the season, our lads came out on top.

Captain Tom Rawlings says the club want to end the season on a high:

"I think after last time, we went up there, we got a good victory up there, we scored some really good try's. I think it's going to be a different test this weekend. They're going to come down, they're going to want to try and prove themselves. They're going to want points.

"At the end of the day though, we're at home, we're on Polson Bridge. Last couple of weeks, it has been a fortress, the sort of fortress we wanted to make it at the start of the season. It's taken a little while, but we're getting there now. We're playing the sort of brand of rugby we want to."

8:01am 15th April 2012

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