Edwards commits to Redruth
ADRIAN Edwards has revealed how he is already planning for next season after committing his future to Redruth.
Reds officials have been keen to tie Edwards and his coaching staff down for another season after an excellent first season in charge at the Recreation Ground.
And Edwards revealed this week that he is already thinking about next season, where he hopes to retain his current coaching team and squad.
The Reds' suffered a blow to their promotion hopes on Saturday as they lost for the first time at home this season to Hartpury College (match report page 127).
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But on the whole it has been a massively successful campaign for Edwards and his coaching team of Steve Evans and Ashley Morcom.
Redruth still have a chance of automatic promotion, but a second-placed finish, and a place in the play-offs against the National 2 North runners-up, would be the most likely route to next season's National One.
Edwards said: "It has been a really good season so far. I guarantee there will be some more interesting games still to come before the season is finished.
"The club have spoken to us and we have started to put things in place for next season. There is a lot of work to do yet but I'm hoping to stay on with this coaching team with all the players as well.
"There is that scenario, if we were to be in the play-offs or go up, that will be another area to look at as well.
"I'm hoping everyone who is here will stay and we can just develop what we've done."
Following the disappointment of Saturday's first home defeat of the season, Edwards will be hoping for a positive response from his players ahead of Saturday's game at Canterbury.
He said: "There will be a bit of disappointment without doubt and we know it will be another battle up at Canterbury this week."
Redruth will check on the fitness of Evans this week after he suffered a leg injury in the defeat to Hartpury.