With Cornwall For Cornwall
Gans Kernow Rag Kernow
4 September, 2020
Westholme, Alexandra Road,
Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 4LY
Tel: 01736 331961
Email: [email protected]
During the past week the Cornish Pirates have been sorry hear that David Paul has sadly passed away
he Cornish Pirates have lent their support to back an NSPCC campaign
Where and when able, for many years Penzance & Newlyn RFC and the Cornish Pirates have been supportive of the community.
And the work of The Atlas Foundation
The first Primary Programme sees the Cornish Pirates based in the Truro area, with participating schools receiving their ‘Cornish Pirates’ Primary Pack’
In support of their Chairman Paul Durkin, Cornish Pirates players have been keen to promote Penzance Rotary Club's 'Miles of Hope' campaign.
Reference the present Coronavirus crisis
During the present Coronavirus crisis, Cornish Pirates’ players are this week attending the St. Clare Medical Centre
Cornish Pirates are spreading the message to 'One and All'
The Cornish Pirates are delighted to announce the next ‘Masterclass Day’ to be led by Cornish Pirates squad
Free of Charge!
When the Cornish Pirates held their annual collection for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal last November
The day kicked off with some 'Activation Games', before Cornish Pirates’ scrum half Rhodri Davies led an opening session
Bolingey Barbarians raised the excellent sum of £787-04 on the day
A second match day collection of the season took place in support of the Sport Cornwall Foundation
Ahead of their final game in 2019, Cornish Pirates’ players, coaches and backroom personnel were guests at the Logan Rock Inn, courtesy of Anita George.
The Cornish Pirates have teamed up with the Help for Heroes (H4H) Endeavour Wheelchair Rugby team.
45 enthusiastic Cornish under 9s and under 10s rugby players also took part in a highly enjoyable Coaching Clinic
A special guest attending Launceston under 9s training session was none other than Cornish Pirates’ hooker Tom Channon
A recent example is when the Pirates last week heard that a fellow Cornish rugby club, Redruth Albany