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With reference to this Saturday’s important 1st Leg quarter-final encounter in the Championship Cup at home against Bedford Blues – kick-off at 2.30pm – the following information is hopefully of use for supporters.
Tickets: Tickets for Saturday’s fixture will be available at the gates on the day (open 12.30pm), whilst in the meantime they can also be purchased on-line. For further information please visit:
Note that tickets will be on pre-sale until 10am on Saturday and will then be available on the gate at a cost of £15 for adults, £1 for children.
Supporter importance: Our support at the Mennaye Field has been growing again this season, which helps tremendously when everyone gets behind the team. It really has been appreciated – YOU are our sixteenth man!
Hospitality: Hospitality numbers have also been very encouraging this season, with most games sold out. Should we be fortunate to proceed in the Cup, and perhaps be fixtured at home in the Final (!), then the contact not to miss out is our Hospitality & Events Coordinator, Liz McLean – email [email protected]
The Pirates Shop: There are a variety of exciting items available for sale from the on-ground shop on match days – note that purchases can be made by CARD ONLY – No cash.
At other times merchandise can be purchased via the online shop link:
Covid Awareness for Match Days: Covid is still with us, so please use your common sense, wear masks if/where felt appropriate, use available hand gel, and please adhere to requests from our Stewards should they arise.
Live Streaming Match Coverage: For ‘exiles’ and others who can’t make this weekend’s game at the Mennaye Field in person and are keen not to miss any of the action, it can still be watched live. ‘Tickets’ for the match, priced at £7, can be purchased via:
BBC Radio Cornwall – Unfortunately, because of a particularly busy Saturday coming up for BBC Radio Cornwall, we are advised that at this stage it will only be possible to provide occasional updates of Saturday’s match. Their situation is one we fully understand, and we thank them for their otherwise tremendous coverage given over many seasons.
Finally, many thanks again for YOUR support!