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RUGBY: Cornwall vs North Midlands
7:01am 10th May 2014
7:01am 10th May 2014
Cornwall start their County Championship campaign.
The North Midlands make the trip to the Rec in Redruth.
It is after the black and gold's 17-0 win over Devon in the Tamar Cup last week.
Coach Graham Dawe told Pirate FM: "If we can overcome the threat they're going to impose early on in the game with their power, we just need to try and contain them and play our own game and try and get some ball which we can enjoy and enthuse the crowd really.
"A lot of the players that play for Cornwall know the pitch very well, I know the pitch very well but having to play it is very tough sometimes. Just try and get behind us but it's a two way road, we need to play well for them to get behind us, so we're under no illusions there."
Cornwall Team V North Midlands Saturday 10th May @ Redruth RFC
1 Jamal Ford-Robinson - Cambridge
2 Jamie Salter - Cornish All Blacks
3 Craig Williams - Redruth
4 Ben Hilton - Cornish All Blacks (Captain)
5 Damien Cook- Redruth
6 Chris Fuca - Redruth
7 Tom Rawlings - Cornish All Blacks
8 Barry John Chapman - Cornish All Blacks
9 Greg Goodfellow - Redruth
10 Paul Thirlby - Redruth
11 Rhodri McAtee - Redruth
12 Neilson Webber - Cornish All Blacks
13 Ryan Westren - Cornish All Blacks
14 Lewis Vinnicombe - Truro
15 Kieron Lewitt - Cornish All Blacks
16 Richard Brown - Redruth
17 Rupert Freestone - Clifton
18 Bryn Jenkins - Cornish All Blacks
19 Tony Whittle - Falmouth
21 Lewis Paterson - Ivybridge
24 Matt Shepherd - St Austell
25 Tom Notman - Redruth
Reserves - Lewis Webb - Cornish All Blacks
Jess Tompsett - Reduth
Jake Murphy - Cornish all Blacks
Ian Venner St Austell
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