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We would like to thank all our fans and sponsors for a terrific night on Friday night, it was memorable for many reasons, we hope you all had a good time and enjoyed the great performance our team put on.
Health, safety & wellbeing is an extremely important aspect in everything we do at the Cornish Pirates, on and off the field, we focus on this every day and it was especially pleasing to have everyone enjoy themselves at the Mennaye and leave safe. This couldn’t have been achieved without the support of Dawn Bailey and her team at Cornwall County Council, we worked in partnership with them to ensure our health & safety is of the highest standards.
Some Cornish Pirates fans went without a ticket on Friday night, this is very disappointing and something we want to rectify, and we are working closely with Dawn and her team to increase our capacity. Thank you to those who have already contacted us to volunteer as stewards, we urgently need more stewards to help us increase our capacity and would greatly appreciate more volunteers, you get to be part of a fantastic team on match day, we provide a meal and beverage voucher and we will train you to achieve your NVQ2 qualification which means you will be able to cover other events, please contact [email protected] to volunteer as a steward.
Ticket sales are going well for our first league match of the season against Doncaster on Sunday 2nd September, thank you to all those that have already bought tickets. Your support made a huge difference on Friday night helping our team to beat the Exeter Chiefs and keep a clean sheet in the second half, we need your support to ensure we get the season off to a flyer, please bring a friend and help fill the Mennaye once more
Letter to the rugby community from Alistair Bow, Chairman of Nottingham Rugby
The Cornish Pirates were recently very keen to welcome representatives from the Renal Unit
Join St Austell Brewery for a night of beer and cheese tastings on Friday 20th March at the Cornish Pirates’ stadium in Penzance.