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Titans in bid for fourth successive win


TAUNTON Titans will be chasing their fourth successive victory when they play at home to Redruth in National Two South on Saturday.

Titans have recovered from a dip in form last month to beat Old Redcliffians, Ding Crusaders and Guernsey - all comfortably.
Titans' forward coach Chris Brown said: "There is always ups and downs in sport but what's important is trusting the group you are working with and we are seeing the rewards of this now.
"Having watched Redruth's last two or three matches, it's clear they are tough to break down - as they always are. I think they are a better side than their league position suggests.
"Our games against them are usually tight and I am expecting a similar match."
Titans feel they were unlucky to lose 29-27 at Redruth earlier this season after having a majority of possession and territory.
Titans go into the match fourth in the table while Redruth are lying seventh. It will be the last game of the year for both sides.

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