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The first meeting of the Cornish Pirates Merchants Business Club was held on 12th November. Many thanks to all those that attended. It was a great success and most enjoyable day. We had presentations from James Rowe at Tor FX and Colin Groves our Cornish Kiwi and Pirates Director, followed by 2 full tables for lunch (3 course carvery) and to round off the day a grand game of rugby and saw the Pirates win over Hartbury RFC.
Our next 2 meetings for the 2017/18 season will be the final B&I cup round vs Hartbury again on Saturday 20th January and then the league game vs Doncaster on Sunday 4th March so make those dates for the diary.
It will be the same format – Free parking in the Mennaye car park and we all meet in the Penzance & Newlyn Clubhouse for coffee at 1100 hrs, the presentations are at 1115 hrs followed by Q&A and into the Hospitality suite for 1200 for a drink before lunch and the game.
For potential new members the cost for the next 2 games is £150 + VAT per person for the two games. All our main sponsors are members of the Merchants club and we have several high profile rugby and business personalities attending over the season. If you can’t attend a particular game for any reason then we welcome your substitute from the bench anytime. You are also welcome to bring a guest on the day for a one off cost of £75+VAT and one very positive point from our first meet was several wives and partners attended as guests which really added to the day.
As before to join or if you have any questions just contact
Peter Child CEO on Peter.firstname.lastname@example.org 07495 850946 or Robyn Ashurst Marketing on email@example.com 900359
We all look forward to welcoming you to the Mennaye for a great day.
The Cornish Pirates can confirm that their season ticket prices for 2018/19 remain the same as last year
Looking back to May 2010, the Cornish Pirates were justifiably proud to be the first ever winners of the British & Cup
Further good work at the Mennaye Field, Penzance, has this week seen verti-draining and sand spread on the playing surface ahead of seeding.