Tom Heard is expected to feature for Cinderford at the Beavis Memorial Ground who will also be showing the Quins vs Gloucester match live in the Sports Bar on all TVs. There is even a members discount for all Gloucester season ticket holders too!
Meanwhile, Hartpury are set to include the likes of Ian Clark, who has already touched down eight times and impressed Head Coach John Barnes as well as Billy Burns, Ian Gibbons, Will Graulich and Ross Moriarty.
"Ian showed his class again last weekend. His ability to beat players in minimal space gives us an edge in certain situations. Twice he jinked past his opposite man in barely a metre of space to touch down."
And Barnes knows that Hartpury face a real challenge in Redruth:
"Redruth have a physically large, experienced pack and have dominated teams in that area over the past few seasons. Their scrum in particular is seen as the best in the league, so we will have to be at our best up front."
Alan Martinovic, Hartpury's Director of Rugby, will be holding an information presentation on the rugby academy looking for the next raft of stars shortly before the game kicks off at 2.30pm.
They'll be hoping to identify more prospects such as Elliot Stooke and Billy Burns, who have come through the academy before playing for Hartpury RFC. Those attending have also been invited to watch the game.
"We're hoping to get a really good crowd this weekend, and they can really help to make this a tough place for any team to come," added Barnes.
"And with Gloucester away on Saturday it's only a short trip here for those who can't make the trip to Harlequins."
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