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Pirate FM Rugby Round-Up
1:00pm 7th September 2013
Redruth are at home to Cambridge on Saturday for the first game of the season.
The visitors were relegated to National Two back in April.
Forwards' coach Ashley Morcom knows it will not be an easy match: "There's never an easy game in National Two. It's a case of having a look at them this weekend and then we'll know roughly where we are. They're favourites to go straight back up again, they've recruited quite well and hopefully we can disrupt their party."
Elsewhere, Launceston make the trip to Shelford.
The Cornish All Blacks say they are determined to kick-start their season with a win.
Captain Tom Rawlings said: "If we're to really do well in this league, to push for top five and the top end of the table then we need to go up this weekend and we need to win and that would be a good start to the season if we can do that."
Both matches kick-off at 3pm on Saturday.
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