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The Cornish Pirates can confirm that schools in the Truro area cluster completed their Six Week Rugby Programme on Wednesday with an exciting and highly competitive Festival.
In total over 200 children from Mithian, Blackwater, Shortlanesend, St Agnes, Chacewater, Archbishop Benson and St Mary’s took part, showcasing their skills after their six weeks of coaching.
Richard Lander School was the venue, where excellent facilities and welcome fine weather played their part in making the Festival a truly memorable day. Cornish Pirates squad member Tom Duncan also assisted the teachers with some last minute tips.
At the end of the Festival, Mr Faint from Mithian School commented:
It was a great festival to finish the six weeks programme, and we now look forward to continue coaching rugby at Mithian!
East Cornwall is the next area for the Rugby Programme to be delivered and it is thrilling that there will be a ‘full house’ of participating schools. It will also benefit and provide excitement for all the youngsters involved.
If anyone sees the Cornish Pirates Community ‘Mini’ at the schools, or indeed at any community event, then please say hello to check out what is going on!
Participating in the latest Cornish Pirates Community Festival
The Cornish Pirates have welcomed numerous school and club youth teams to participate in their match day experience over many years.
When youngsters from Grampound Road Village C.E. School recently visited the Mennaye field, Penzance, theirs was an enjoyable experience they will not forget.