With Cornwall For Cornwall
Gans Kernow Rag Kernow
19 January, 2019
Westholme, Alexandra Road,
Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 4LY
Tel: 01736 331961
Greene King IPA Championship Rd 12, Butts Park Arena
For the Cornish Pirates and their supporters Christmas has arrived early with the news that hooker Sam Matavesi has signed a new contract for the next two seasons.
They might prove the most comfortable seats about the Mennaye Field ground, however they are also ones any player would prefer not to be seen in!
The Cornish Pirates first ‘Fun Festival’ of the season took place recently at Penair School, where Cornish Pirates players Jordan Payne and Tom Channon officiated as head referees.
Hooker Sam Features in Historic Fiji Win
For the cost of just £66, the Cornish Pirates ‘Six for Sixty-Six’ offer provides great value as a Christmas present
Cornish Pirates have reacted promptly this week provide extra cover at hooker.
Pirates on The International Stage - Update
Kiwis Blair Foote and Mike Collins then travelled to Cornwall with Cornish Pirates director Colin Groves
A match day collection held at the Mennaye Field, Penzance, last Sunday raised the very healthy sum of £485-91 for the Royal British Legion.
Last Sunday marked 100 years since the end of hostilities in WW1, when at 11am on the 11th November 1918 the Armistice was signed.
A welcome guest at the Mennaye Field recently was 91-year-old Daisy Bray.
Over 30 Roseland Academy students have recently been involved in an interactive 'I love my job' session with Cornish Pirates Community Engagement Manager, Sam Teasdale
Mindful of the importance that this Sunday will bring, representatives of the Cornish Pirates are pictured holding a large hand-painted banner that displays poppies
Following votes cast to nominated Cornish Pirates players for St. Austell’ Brewery’s ‘Tribute’ Player of the Month for October, Kyle Moyle has been declared the winner.
London Irish Home Game Change
During this very special commemorative year, Remembrance Sunday on the 11th November will mark 100 years to the day since the end of World War One
This year’s Cornwall Apprenticeship Awards were recently hosted and celebrated in style at Truro & Penwith College