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7:01am 22nd March 2014


Taunton are the visitors to Polson Bridge ... and a Launceston team determined to get the home win.

The Cornish All Blacks have lost their last four games

Director of Rugby Neil Bayliss says it is time things turned round: "We've had a rollercoaster few weeks. It'd just be nice as we've had two long away trips to Chinnor and Cambridge. We'll just be glad to get back to Polson in front of our own fans and hopefully they'll cheer us on to victory.

"Anyone can beat anyone on their day particularly at home and that's what we're focussing on is a home game. We've had two tough away fixtures, we're back at Polson Bridge and we're thoroughly looking forward to it."

Redruth have another tough clash on their hands.

They are at League Two leaders Hartpury.

Our boys won the last time the two sides met.

Reds' coach Ashley Morcom says it is all for the taking: "They don't like the physical side of it so that's what we're aiming to do again this weekend, to get there and get in their face and make it as uncomfortable as possible. If we start with a bang and get after them well there's no reason why we can't come away with a victory.

"We've got to get there and blow them out of the water. Upset the apple cart as such and make them make decision that they're not normally used to making I really believe we could potentially turn this team over."

7:01am 22nd March 2014

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