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Pirate FM Rugby Round-Up
8:00am 28th April 2013
Our guys are 6th in the table and the home side are just one place below.
Head coach Cliff Rainsford said: "We'd like to go out of the season on a high. It's a game that we'll be putting everything into. It's the last game of the season. We want to go out and put a little marker down for next year and finish as high as we can in the league and finish on a high if possible."
Redruth are also in action on Saturday and welcome south-west rivals Taunton.
Coach Ashley Morcom is urging players to raise their game after last week's thrashing against Clifton: "We owe it to ourselves more than to anybody else. We need to come into the Taunton game all guns blazing. It would finish the season off just nice I mean we started so well and we got all the way through to the Hartpury game at home. The supporters need to see it as well."
Launceston kick-off away to Chinnor at 2.30pm and Redruth kick-off at home to Taunton at 3pm.
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