All Blacks ready
CORNISH All Blacks will be 'keen to put the record straight' when they entertain arch rivals Redruth at Polson Bridge on Saturday (3pm).
The Reds won a league match on the All Blacks' home patch for the first time last February when they triumphed 10-9.
The fixture had been re-arranged from the Saturday before Christmas due to flooding.
It saw the Reds complete the double over the All Blacks, having comfortably beaten them 46-24 at the Recreation Ground at the start of the season.
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"It is going to be a good spectacle," said All Blacks' head coach Cliff Rainford.
"I am sure there will be the usual good-sized crowd there all baying for blood, and we are hoping to put right what happened last year."
Both sides go into Saturday's eagerly-awaited National Two South clash off the back of an opening-day defeat, with the All Blacks losing 21-9 at Shelford, while Redruth went down 35-27 at home to Cambridge, but picked up a bonus point for scoring four tries.
Redruth captain Chris Fuca said: "There were loads of positives to take out of the Cambridge game and the second-half spirit was great.
"We are not going to get down on each other, we know where we went wrong individually, and it is a matter of building for the biggest game of the season at Launceston."
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