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Cornish All Blacks V. Hartpury College
7:01am 5th January 2013
The Cornish All Blacks are set to face one of their toughest matches of the season.
Launceston are away to high-fliers Hartpury College on Saturday afternoon.
The opposition have only lost two matches so far.
Our lads are coming off a three week break too, after the Duchy derby against Redruth was rained off before Christmas.
Captain Tom Rawlings said: "It's been quite patchy in the first half of the season, in and out of form at the start of the season. We've hit some good form, we're playing some good rugby. It's a new year and we want to kick start it with a big result and a good result.
"They've got some very good individual players and it's hard to sort of spot any fault within their team acutally. But saying that, they've lost twice okay, so that to us shows they are beatable. I think everyone's chomping at the bit really, everyone wants to get back to playing ways."
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