For the cost of just £55, the Cornish Pirates ‘5 for 55’ offer provides great value as a Christmas present and gives entry to all five of the club’s remaining RFU Championship league fixtures starting from the game versus Hartpury on Boxing Day – the 26th December, kick-off at 5pm! – and ending with the game against Ampthill on Sunday the 20th March.
Phil Jackson will be known by many in West Cornwall and beyond for his role as Manager at the world famous open-air Minack Theatre at Porthcurno. Recently retired Phil, aged 68, is a cherished volunteer for the Pirates where besides his help given over many years in a variety of ways on Cornish Pirates’ match days, he is now also happy to give of his time on Wednesdays, as a willing helper about the Mennaye Field ground.
Woja ogas ha dew dhedh a law, yth o sowdhan dhe weles enep an park yn studh perfydh rag an fyt ma – gromercy dhe'n ober cales gwrys gans meny an park - hag yndadn howlspladn hag awel clor, an fyt a dhallathas.
The Stadium for Cornwall team asks for you to bear with us while we work behind the scenes to deliver the Stadium we all desire, starting with ground access, the football pitch and phasing developments as funds allow.
Many will be aware that the name Blackbeard is associated with a famous Pirate of centuries past, so in consideration of the same it is considered wholly appropriate that a modern-day Pirate, Cornish Pirates’ winger Alex O’Meara, has set up his own coffee business – called ‘BlackBeard Coffee’.
‘A Week One Summer’ is an autobiography written by former Saracens’ captain Floyd Steadman. Now a retired headmaster, he also, as rugby followers of a certain vintage locally will be aware, made several appearances for the Pirates – in fact 19 in all.
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