Redruth must 'move on' from their 34-15 loss to Old Albanians, according to head coach Steve Larkins.
The Reds dropped to seventh in National Two South after their third loss in the last five games.
"Our performances home and away have been pleasing," Larkins, whose side have already won more away games than all of last season, said.
"We want to move on from here and make sure very away game is the same," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
And Larkins says the key to his side's success this season will be to win even more matches on the road.
"We have to make sure we consolidate where we are at the moment but also kick on for our away form," he added.
"We've got a few more opportunities there to win away games.
"No team's going to go unbeaten in this league, the top teams will lose three or maybe even four games this year and even teams in fifth and sixth are capable of beating those teams in first and second, so it's a great league to be involved in."