One-by-one, the councillors stood up to say their piece. Twenty, thirty, maybe forty of them. Some were for, some against. Some eloquent, some, less so. Then, the vote. All 123 councillors, a single vote apiece, to decide the future of Cornish rugby. It started with a single ‘For’, but then, one after the other, the ‘Againsts’ rolled in
Words by Alex Mead/Pictures by Simon Stock
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The Cornish Pirates can confirm the appointments of Ross Collett and Liz McLean as members of their backroom team.
It is with sadness that the Pirates can announce the passing at St. Julia’s Hospice, Hayle, of former player Chris Walsh.
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