The Cornish Pirates welcome Richmond to the Mennaye Field, Penzance, on Sunday for a first meeting between the two teams. The kick-off is at 2.30pm.
Even though it’s quiet time of year with the number of vessels in harbour it’s a busy time of year for Dale and the team on the quay.
As the festive shopping period gets into full swing a national campaign to help support small business takes place tomorrow and businesses in Scilly are taking part in the initiative
A proposal to reinstate a regular scheduled helicopter service between the Isles of Scilly and the Mainland has received a record breaking number of comments.
Played in front of Sky Television cameras, this was a most welcome result for the Cornish Pirates, their deserved victory both toppling the Knights and helping put aside the frustration of having narrowly lost their previous five matches in the league.
Dale Clark popped in to update us on the developments on the ongoing maintenance and training planned for the coming weeks.
Last weekends event at the school was a great success and featured 'rusty returners' sessions along with an afternoon community choir.
Jersey Reds 27 Cornish Pirates 24
After a somewhat disappointing first half display the Cornish Pirates needed to fight their way back into this match, and they did. At one point 24-3 down, in the space of just six minutes in the second period they conjured up three converted tries to draw level. Indeed, it appeared that victory was suddenly in sight, but it wasn’t to be, their hopes dashed in the 79th minute when Sam Katz kept his cool to land a match-winning penalty.
By Phil Westren