Playing their penultimate Pool 3 game in this season’s British & Irish Cup competition, and what was their first match in 2017, the Cornish Pirates commendably secured second-place in the Pool, plus the chance to still ultimately qualify for the quarter-final stage as one of the best three runners-up.
Will recently caught up with Derek Thomas MP for St Ives which includes the Isles of Scilly to talk about a wide range of subjects
No. 8 Dan Lee leads the team for the first time in this inaugural visit to Maesteg, with PDF player Luke Chapman selected to play his first senior match for the Pirates, whilst lock Josh Caulfield makes a welcome return from injury
The Isles of Scilly are set to benefit from a major new investment into its cultural tourism offer after a successful bid by the Islands’ Partnership to Arts Council England’s national Cultural Destinations fund.
Regional Folk Musician Mike Charles has released his first EP under the name of Six Sick Sheep. The 3 track EP is part of an ongoing project that Mike's been wanting to write for years.
The Isles of Scilly Steamship Company have issued a weather advisory due to tomorrow's weather forecast.
Deservedly ending 2016 in party mode – which followed two excellent wins in the Greene King IPA Championship - there was no fixture for the fifth-placed Cornish Pirates this past weekend.
Andrew Sleigh has recently returned to Scilly for the first time since his incredible trip to Palestine to teach children Skateboarding.
Harbourmaster Dale Clark joined Will in the studio for this week’s Harbour Report yesterday.
The Isles of Scilly Steamship Company have issued a weather advisory for Saturday’s Skybus flights.
In front of a bumper seasonal holiday crowd the Cornish Pirates not only completed the double against Nottingham in this season, but also ended 2016 pleasingly fourth-placed in the Greene King IPA Championship.
On the first Morning Show after the festive break Will was joined by Rachel Pearce who will be embarking on an exciting adventure - climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for the charity Dig Deep.
Delighted with their win at Ealing Trailfinders on Christmas Eve, the Cornish Pirates will be keen to end 2016 by recording another victory at home to Nottingham on New Year’s Eve.
As move into the festive weekend things have been gradually starting to wind down for the year but it's busy at time down on the quay and in the harbour with the last minute deliveries for Christmas and New Year.
The final game for the Cornish Pirates before Christmas sees a return to Championship action and a visit to Ealing Trailfinders on Christmas Eve.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for the Council of the Isles of Scilly.
The Isles of Scilly Steamship Company have issued a weather advisory for Friday 23rd of December's Skybus flights.
Aer Lingus have announced that from March 2017 passengers will be able to fly from Cornwall Airport Newquay to America and Canada via Dublin.
Cornish Pirates went oh so close to winning this competitively fought encounter and it was a somewhat relieved London Irish who departed the Mennaye Field with their season’s unbeaten record still intact.
Will was joined on the phone this week by the Executive Director of Islands' Partnership David Jackson.