Cornish Pirates’ supporters will be looking forward to this Saturday’s Round 5 game in the Championship Cup (ko 2.30pm), because a victory would assure a semi-final place for the team. Having said that, we expect nothing less than a tough contest. The sides have already met twice this season, with both games played at Caldy’s Paton Field ground. The Pirates won 26-7 in the Cup last November, before in December snow they lost 15-14 in the league.
As previously mentioned, for Cornish Pirates’ long serving stalwart prop forward Jack Andrew, this season is a Testimonial one, and reference the same a gathering comprising 160 people, made up of playing colleagues past and present, club officials, partners and friends attended his Testimonial Dinner held at the Penventon Park Hotel at Redruth on Saturday evening.
Having impressively won our opening block of three Championship Cup games played in November, it’s a return to Cup action this weekend when in Round 4 on Saturday the Cornish Pirates will welcome Richmond to the Mennaye Field (ko 2.30pm).
The Cornish Pirates can confirm that wing Callum Sirker has amicably departed the club ahead of going to Sydney in Australia where he has been offered a place as a graduate solicitor in one of the country’s top legal firms.
Kyn ve meur a law dres an jeth dien de’Yow, ober cales gwres gans an meni tir a surhes bos an park y’n gwella studh o possybyl rag an fyt ma. An dhew bara a dhallathas gans meur a whans dhe waynya, mes yth o an Sethoryon neb o an kensa dhe scorya, pan wrussons y treylya pot spal a-dherag am peulyow woja naw mynysen.
This Friday will see the Cornish Pirates welcome Nottingham to the Mennaye Field for a Championship league fixture versus Nottingham. The seventh versus eighth game under Friday night lights kicks off at 7.30pm.
Rag an kensa gam ma a 2023, yth o dalleth rag kreswas Garyn Smith yn udn sewya brewys hir-dermyn. Kyn whrussa glaw poos an myttin gasa an park slynkek ha poos, warbarth gans gwyns crev, fyt dydhanus a ve desevys. Cardhana o an kensa dhe scorya pan wrug aga Nr.
This Saturday will see the Cornish Pirates play their opening game in 2023. To be played versus Doncaster Knights at the Mennaye Field, the fixture is the one that was postponed just before Christmas because of wet pitch conditions.
Woja an dyswaytyans a’n seythen eus passes, yth esa edhom a wayn an bennseythen ma dhe dhalleth crambla yn-badn an vosen. Gromercy dhe’n vodhogyon ha scoodhyoryon an Varghvryny a glerhe an park a ergh hag a godhas dres cres an mettinweyth.
Dohajedh yeyn mes segh a dhynerhis an dhew para hag y ow ponya war an park rag an fytt posek ma. Woja an pajer gwayn gans poynt mas in rew rag An Vorladron y’ga diwettha pajer gam, yth esa gwaytyans uhel rag pempes androwyth.