ROCHFORD Hundred will be looking for a third win in succession when they head to Redruth in National Two South tomorrow.

Rochford have beaten Hinckley and Henley in their last two outings.

But centre Damien Brambley knows second placed Redruth will provide an even tougher test this weekend.

“The last two games have been a massive improvement, mainly in attitude, however, Redruth are second in the league and it’s arguably the hardest place to go so,” said Brambley.

“It will take more than form to beat them.”

Despite the double success, Rochford remain third from bottom in the standings.

And Brambley does not feel the victories show Hundred are now accustomed to playing in the National Leagues.

“I don’t think you can ever be truly comfortable at this level which is something we’ve all learnt,” said Brambley.

“You can beat a top three side one week and lose to the bottom the next so nothing is promised.

“For us it’s about playing the game to our strengths.

“When we do that we have a chance against anyone.”

But Brambley knows it will be tough tomorrow.

“We’re expecting a really well drilled team who are physical upfront and a really organised back line in defence and attack,” said the centre.

“We’re expecting a battle and we are buzzing.”

Elsewhere in National Two South tomorrow, bottom of the table Westcliff host 13th placed Canterbury