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Impressive Callywith College at Bodmin was the venue for the latest Cornish Pirates Rugby Festival, involving pupils from St. Stephens Community Academy, St. Martin’s C of E Primary, Tregadillett Primary, Lanivet Community Primary, Lewannick Community Primary and Warbstow Community Primary.
The Festival, which took place last week at the college’s excellent new facilities, gave an opportunity for the children to demonstrate their skills at an event that also provided a truly memorable day.
Cornish Pirates squad members Tom Channon and Tom Cowan-Dickie assisted with the refereeing, and with some last-minute coaching tips.
Player Tom Channon commented:
It was great to see the children playing some open rugby and they all had some great questions during the Q&A.
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Poltair School was the venue where the open pitch played its part in the free-flowing rugby displayed.
Making a visit to Penzance & Newlyn RFC’s ‘Westholme’ clubhouse last Friday were three welcome Kiwi guests.
A match day collection held in support of The Chestnut Appeal raised £555-38 when the Cornish Pirates played Ealing Trailfinders at home on the last day of their season.