Archives 05/10

Archives 2006/07

 
 

Cornish Pirates Interviews 2006/07

  • Gavin Cattle

    Gavin Says lifting Trophy was best experience of his life

    April 17th 2007

    CORNISH Pirates skipper Gavin Cattle admitted lifting the EDF Energy National Trophy crown was the "best experience of his life"

    "It's still sinking in at the moment," said Cattle at the final whistle. "We left it a bit late, but we showed a lot of character. It was like a furnace out there, but all the boys stepped up to the plate, especially second half, played for the full 80 and in the end....

  • Alberto Di Bernardo

    Alberto could not hide his delight

    April 17th 2007

    JUBILANT Pirates fly-half Alberto Di Bernardo could not hide his delight after he helped inspire the Cornish club to a memorable 19-16 victory over Exeter Chiefs in yesterday's EDF Energy National Trophy final at Twickenham.

    I will remember this day forever, it was fantastic to play at Twickenham, it is such a great stadium"

  • Jim McKay

    Jim McKay Hails Trophy Win As A "Massive Breakthrough

    April 17th 2007

    "I am extremely proud of the boys," declared the Australian afterwards. "To win the cup is a collection of games and it does seem we have come from behind in each game, which indicates good character and never say die attitude.

    With the Pirates journey now having hit it's first real milestone, McKay is confident his team can continue their development to what he hopes will be new and unchartered waters in the future.

 

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Mark Hewitt

 

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