Having recently announced that they were delighted to welcome aboard Brooks Financial Planning as a new sponsor of their team’s number 11 and 14 shirts, whereby the ‘Brooks’ logo is embroidered above the numerals on the back of both the home and away kit, the Cornish Pirates can now confirm that further appreciative support has been forthcoming.
Kernow Model Rail Centre (KMRC) have been a long-term valued sponsor of the Cornish Pirates. All associated with the club will be aware that for many years Chris Morgan was kindly sponsored by the award-winning business, firstly as a player and then as a coach.
At a time when the Cornish Pirates could do with a little back up in certain positions, the squad has been boosted by the arrival of two gifted new faces in the shape of hooker James Benjamin and centre Seb Atkinson.
With reference to this Saturday’s opening league encounter against Richmond – kick-off at 1.30pm remember - the following information is hopefully of use for supporters to be aware of the following information.
When the Cornish Pirates recently played their pre-season opener against the Royal Navy, with supporters present for the first time since March 2020 it was also fitting that a collection was held for the Veterans Charity.
As we get nearer to the start of the 2021/22 Championship season we’d like to thank our already contracted sponsors: Hemingway’s, Truro and Penwith College, Ginsters, Rhos construction, iTEC, Edinburgh Gin and Glengoyne, who continue their long standing commitment to us.
Although over the years the Pirates have been fortunate to have had so many cherished volunteers, with many still fulfilling various important roles, there are occasional times when fresh new faces are asked to step forward.