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Please note that two of the Cornish Pirates listed Greene King IPA Championship home fixtures will now be played on Saturdays.
The fixtures concerned are the one versus Ealing Trailfinders – originally scheduled to be played on Sunday 17th February but now to be played on Saturday 16th February and the one versus London Irish originally scheduled to be played on Sunday 31st March but now to be played on Saturday 30th March. Both kick-off times remain as 2.30pm.
Cornish Pirates’ COO Robin James commented:
We take feedback from our fans very seriously therefore we have decided to change two of our home games to Saturday fixtures instead of Sunday fixtures. Both are very big games for us and we are aiming to maximise attendance. with an eye also at looking to the future when we will be playing in the stadium.
Ahead of ultimately playing in the new stadium, immediate supporter consideration also presently sees us redeveloping the old Western National corner – the Naught Boys corner – of the Mennaye Field ground, where a food and beverage facility is being installed. This will alleviate queues around the main food area and help provide a quicker service.
Mindful of the importance that this Sunday will bring, representatives of the Cornish Pirates are pictured holding a large hand-painted banner that displays poppies
During this very special commemorative year, Remembrance Sunday on the 11th November will mark 100 years to the day since the end of World War One
The Cornish Pirates have teamed up with Trink Dairy, which is a family run Dairy Farm on the outskirts of St. Ives.