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The Cornish Pirates can confirm that following a knee injury suffered in the recent Championship Cup semi-final game played at Ealing, full-back Kyle Moyle has been ruled out of action for the remainder on the season. The unfortunate injury is a blow both for Kyle and the club, as he has been in truly outstanding form this season, accumulating a total of 16 tries in his 24 appearances.
Kyle will be undergoing an operation for an identified anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, with one and all wishing him well in his recovery.
Player News Update
Further general player news confirms the following:
Having not made an appearance for the Cornish Pirates since his arrival in Cornwall back in July last year, it is pleasing that centre Jordan has recovered from a back injury and made a first match appearance of the season on loan to Redruth on Saturday. Used as a second half replacement in the home match against Old Albanian RFC, the Reds won 33-15.
As previously reported, lock Nodar is presently playing for Georgia in the Rugby Europe 2019 competition. Having won all three of their games played thus far, the remaining matches for ‘The Lelos’ will be in the next two weeks against Germany and Russia.
Suspended for four weeks following incidents that occurred during the Jersey Reds versus Cornish Pirates quarter-final match played on the 2nd February, welcome news confirms that Toby becomes available again for selection from this week.
For those unaware, back-rower Zac, who joined the Cornish Pirates on a dual-registration agreement with Worcester Warriors back in September, unfortunately suffered a season ending ACL injury in November when playing for the Warriors in a Premiership Cup defeat away to Saracens.
Injuries to hooker Tom have restricted him to making just eight appearances during this campaign. Recently undergoing a shoulder operation, he unfortunately won’t be fit to play again this season.
Another Tom, and another hooker, it was announced back in October that following an operation for his ACL injury he was out for the season. That is still the case, although his recovery is going well.
For general awareness, it can be noted that Sam’s availability will perhaps at the very end of the season depend on his Navy commitments.
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The Cornish Pirates have renewed their partnership with St Austell Brewery’s Tribute Pale Ale for a further three years.
Having recently announced that they were delighted to welcome aboard Brooks Financial Planning as a new sponsor of their team’s number 11 and 14 shirts, whereby the ‘Brooks’ logo is embroidered above the numerals on the back of both the home and away kit, the Cornish Pirates can now confirm that further appreciative support has been forthcoming.