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
For an enthralling read, with coverage highlighting the Cornish Pirates and progress towards a Stadium for Cornwall, check out the latest issue – number 3 – of the ‘Rugby’ Journal.
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Following on from the recent partnership announcement with Growing Links the Cornish Pirates are pleased to announce the ‘reverse advent initiative’ that will be running through December.
Keniver onan a wodhya y fia Ampthill ow strivya rag venjans woja aga fethans y’n diwettha gwary an gam mis alebma. Hag yndella y provis y vos. Ampthill a omsettyas dhyworth an dalleth hag yn despit dhe’n Vorladron ow ry dhe ves dew spal y’n kensa diw vynysen, ny aljens y scorya.
With reference to this coming Sunday’s Round 3 game in the Championship Cup versus Ampthill (ko 2.30pm), please note the following:
Well, perhaps of no surprise ahead of Hall for Cornwall’s headline Christmas Show, the Cornish Pirates have teamed up with the cast of Treasure Island to promote what promises to be an event not to be missed.