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Unbeaten Redruth Face Away Test
7:02am 29th September 2012
Redruth are hoping to make it four wins out of four.
They are away to Barking on Saturday, after winning their first three matches of the season in National League Two South.
Club Secretary Roger Watson said they are taking it one match at a time: "Over the years, Redruth have never travelled away from home particularly well. We opened the season with a great away win against Taunton, so we certainly will be travelling with more confidence, but we certainly cannot afford to have any complacency at all.
"It's been a dream start, but we've got to go one match at a time. Barking perhaps look as though they're one of the weaker sides in the League but they'll be looking to put things right on Saturday from their own point of view."
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