Launceston getting to know each other - Rawlings
Launceston captain Tom Rawlings says the club's new-look squad are still getting to know each other.
The Cornish All Blacks have lost all their three games in National Two South since being relegated to the division from National One.
"We're still getting to know each other's style and patterns on the field," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"It is about building progressively and we need to see improvements once again this weekend."
Launceston host Westcombe Park, who have also lost their opening three matches of the season.
"We haven't won a game yet, we know that, we're clear about that, and we've got a good opportunity of that playing against Westcombe Park this weekend," he said.
But Rawlings says if his side can repeat the form their side showed in their 15-13 loss at Cornish rivals Redruth last week.
"When we looked back and looked at the way we played we were pleased and I was proud of all the players involved in the game," he said.
"It's about building progressively and we need to see improvements once again this weekend."