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Having previously announced that their home quarter-final tie in the Championship Cup will be played against Coventry on Sunday 23rd February, the Cornish Pirates can provide the following important and exciting update.
Firstly, with an earlier 12.30pm kick-off time confirmed, supporters will have the opportunity to view not just the quarter-final game but also immediately afterwards stay and watch the England vs Ireland Six Nations match (ko 3pm).
Cornish Pirates’ home matches in the Cup are ‘All Pay’, but with good news confirming that there is no increase to the ticket prices charged for the pool games. This means entry for those who purchase their tickets in advance is still just £10, sit or stand anywhere on a ‘first come first served’ basis – but for certain seats that have to be reserved for visiting committee, sponsors and those who attend hospitality.
Advance tickets can be purchased on-line or from the club’s ticket office, open Monday to Friday from 9am to 12 noon.
Entry on the day will be £15 and £1 for children under 16, with the gates open from 11am.
Mentioning hospitality, because of the earlier than usual kick-off time, this will take the form of a ‘Breakfast Brunch’.
For the cost of just £25 plus VAT per person, those in hospitality can enjoy either a Full Cornish (English) Breakfast or a Continental Breakfast, a welcome glass of Buck’s fizz, orange juice and tea & coffee, and have a reserved seat in the covered Microcomms Stand.
Be aware we expect a strong demand for this, so the advice is to please book early to avoid disappointment.
For more information, and to book, contact Robyn Ashurst either on 01736-335318 or via Email [email protected]
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