Invited to the Logan Rock Inn on Tuesday for their annual Christmas Dinner, members of the Cornish Pirates squad, including coaches, once again greatly appreciated the generous gesture extended by host Anita George.
When the recent ‘Take Back the Night’ march took place in Penzance, which formed part of the global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence campaign, Cornish ‘Pirate’ Tom Channon – who is always a great community ambassador - promptly responded to support the event.
May hyll An Vorladron synjy nessa le y'n kesunyans, yth o posek dell wrussons y gwaynya an fyt ma - ha mars o possybyl, gans poynt mas. An gam o hanter owr dewedhes yn udn dhalleth drefen na wressa an clavcarr yw res dos dhe'n park.
After a one season break because of Covid, the Cornish Pirates look forward to welcoming the Bolingey Barbarians back to the Mennaye Field when the team play Doncaster Knights in the RFU Championship on Sunday 5th December (ko 2.30pm).