Redruth head coach Steve Larkins says he is pleased with his side's first away win in National Two South since the opening day of the season.
The Reds came from 17-3 down to beat bottom-of-the-table Dings Crusaders 29-20, a first away success since they won at Southend on 6 September.
"It seems a long time since the first game of the season when we beat Southend away," Larkins said.
"We've always been threatening to do it and we've done it and I'm happy."
The win moves Redruth up to eighth in the table, nine points behind seventh-placed Cambridge ahead of Saturday's game against leaders Henley.
"To have won our last three games on the bounce and having the league leaders at home this week is something to look forward to," Larkins told BBC Radio Cornwall.