Despite postponement of last Saturday’s Cornish Pirates versus Hartpury RFC match, annual visitors Bolingey Barbarians still managed to go ahead with their granted collection, supporters in the bars donating an incredible sum of £589-00.
On behalf of Bolingey Barbarians, Roger Mead commented:
It was a shame the match could not go ahead, but we still made a day of it and had an enjoyable time at the club, where we were once again well supported by generous members of rugby’s remarkable family. Thanks to every one of them, and to the Pirates!
Made up of former rugby players, Bolingey Barbarians have during their 25-year existence performed such admirable work about the county. Indeed, they have raised a sum in the region of £100,000 for so many good causes in Cornwall.
Mindful of the importance that this Sunday will bring, representatives of the Cornish Pirates are pictured holding a large hand-painted banner that displays poppies
During this very special commemorative year, Remembrance Sunday on the 11th November will mark 100 years to the day since the end of World War One
The Cornish Pirates have teamed up with Trink Dairy, which is a family run Dairy Farm on the outskirts of St. Ives.