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U17 Too Strong For Opponents

A 23-man Cornwall U17 squad travelled to Dorchester RFC on Sunday (29th Jan) to play in a "tri-angular" fixture against Dorset & Wilts and Somerset.

The idea of a 3-way fixture was trialled this season between the three sides to try and get to see more players playing, with the first 3-way being played at Newquay RFC on 18th Dec 2016.  On that occasion Cornwall came away with two wins from their two games

There a 3 x 40 min games played ( 2 x 20 min half) with each side plating twice.

This weekend saw the Cornwall squad travel the distance to Dorchester RFC, with the heavy rain all the way it was obvious that it wasn't going to be a day for free flowing rugby.  However all sides tried to play as expansive as they could.

The first game of the day saw Cornwall take on Somerset.  Cornwall started well and were dominant for the first 10-12 mins and spent much of the time camped in the Somerset "22" but poor decision making and forced passes meant they failed to convert into points.  On the break, following a quick tap penalty, Somerset found themselves in unfamiliar territory, the Cornwall half.  quick thinking and quick feet found the Somerset 9 score a try against all the play. Half time score Cornwall 0 - Somerset 5

Cornwall continued to dominate possession in the 2nd half and finally managed to score through good forward play around the ruck.  Now playing with much more control Cornwall managed to finish of the game when they cleverly reversed the direction of play and found the Somerset defence outnumbered.  Good handling, especially in the horrendous conditions found Cornwall scoring out wide.

Final score Cornwall 10 - Somerset 5

Next up for Cornwall was Dorset & Wilts.  This time the game seemed far more balanced, whether that was because Cornwall had already played 40 mins of rugby or whether the heavier D&W pack were more competitive it wasn't clear.  Again a tight affair on the field, with conditions deteriorating rapidly managed a single score toward the end of the first half.  Half time Cornwall 5 - D&W 0.  The Cornwall defence was tested on a number of occasions by the D&W pack with some very strong runners but the "Black & Gold" wall stood firm.  Even when camped on the Cornwall line for 5 mins the D&W players couldn't break through.  With only seconds to go the Cornwall side set up for a final flurry but with conditions as they were and the pressure put on the Cornwall fly half plans had to change.  Calmly the Cornwall FH (Aaron Simmonds, Newquay RFC)  step passed an oncoming defender, onto his left foot and placed the ball straight through the posts.

Final score Cornwall 8 - D&W 0

This sees the end of the U17 season with losses to Truro School 1st XV and Plymouth College 1st XV but with 4 wins from 4 against Somerset and Dorset & Wilts.

The coaching team have given nearly 50 players the opportunity to pull on a Cornwall shirt this year with next seasons U18 squad being selected from this seasons U17 players.

 

Squad for Dorchester RFC "Tri-Angular" Fixture

 

  • Callum Looker                         (Camborne RFC)
  • Darrall Bristow                        (St Austell RFC)
  • Jack Maclean-Brown                (Camborne RFC)
  • Joshua Barbery                       (St Austell RFC)
  • Rory Mead                              (Bude RFC)
  • Sam Benson                           (Penzance & Newlyn RFC)
  • Leoin Cole                              (Launceston RFC)
  • Billy Bromfield                        (Newquay RFC)
  • Rob Freeth                             (Truro College)
  • Patrick Parry                          (Redruth RFC)
  • AJ Stanfield                            (Redruth RFC)
  • Reuben Dorean-Mitchell           (Hayle RFC)
  • Dominic Bolding                      (Wadebridge Camels RFC)
  • Connor Ellery                          (Truro College)
  • Dan Tyrrell                             (St Austell RFC)
  • Aaron Simmonds                     (Newquay RFC)
  • Oliver Aggiss                          (Liskeard RFC)
  • Jordan Smith                           (Liskeard RFC)
  • Josh Mares                              (Newquay RFC)
  • Joe Vanstone                           (Launceston RFC)
  • Fraser Nottle                            (St Austell RFC)
  • Rhys Colrein                            (Liskeard RFC)
  • Shea Cornish                           (Penzance & Newlyn RFC)

 

 
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Safeguarding Courses

The following Safeguarding Courses have been arranged. Please contact Ann Demaine at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.

 

Play It Safe

Liskeard Looe RFC – new date to be confirmed

 

In Touch

St Austell RFC – Wednesday 22nd March 2017

 

Play It Safe

Camborne RFC – Wednesday 29th March 2017

 

Play It Safe

Penryn RFC – date to be confirmed

 

Play It Safe

Penzance & Newlyn RFC – date to be confirmed

 

Play It Safe

Saltash RFC – date to be confirmed

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ADDITIONAL ASSISTANT SAFEGUARDING MANAGER NEEDED FOR CRFU

 

For the last 3 years we have had only 2 assistant safeguarding managers to assist the safeguarding manager with the increasing number of safeguarding issues within the CB. We would like to attract 1 or 2 additional volunteers, with a safeguarding background, who would be willing to assist in this important task. 

If you are interested - or know someone who might be suitable and interested - please contact Ann Demaine:

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Attached is a job and person specification for the role as outlined by the RFU.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 
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U12 Cornwall Developing Player Programme

 

Tuesday 14th February 2017

U12's Cornwall DPP Session

10am to 12pm

Truro College

 

The cost of the session is £10 and you can book a place by completing and returning the attached application form along with your cheque/PO for £10 payable to CRFU. Please can you return your forms and payment before Friday 3rd February.

 

Many Thanks,

Rich Siveter.

 
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U17 Season Under Way

The Cornwall U17 Group season is now under way for 2016-17.  The U17 Group follows a different format than other age grades as the focus is on a larger squad, giving more players the opportunity to pull on a Cornwall shirt.  The process began early 2016 when the U16 "Open Access" sessions were held at Newquay and Wadebridge RFC.  These sessions saw over 130 boys attend and culminated in the traditional fixture of a Potential Cornwall U17 XV against the U16 County Cup winners at Bodmin RFC.  This year saw the Cornwall side face Truro U16 in a very competitive game, with the Cornwall XV coming out on top.

From the original 130+ players the U17 squad is cut down to approx 65 players who are all invited to attend the U17 squad day at Bodmin RFC in November.  As this is the age group where players leave school and enter colleges there is a huge amount of disruption in the squad selection as many players develop over the summer period, some leave rugby all together, some move clubs or even change position therefore the squad day is a way of seeing where everyone is and what they are doing.

The U17 Group play a number of fixtures over Dec, Jan and Feb and every player in the squad is given at least one game in a Cornwall shirt, this allows the coaching team the opportunity to see how players perform against a higher standard of opposition than many will have faced at this time.

This season the fixtures are

U17 v Truro School 1st XV                                      Sun 11th Dec @ Truro School

U17 v Dorset & Wilts and Somerset (3-way fixture)   Sun 18th Dec @ Newquay RFC

U17 v Plymouth College 1st XV                                Sun 15th Jan @ Marjon, Plymouth

U17 v Dorset & Wilts and Somerset (3-way fixture)   Sun 29th Jan @ Dorchester RFC

U17 v Dorset & Wilts and Somerset (3-way fixture)   Sun 12th Feb @ TBC

 

At the end of the U17 season the coaching team select the U18 squad for the following season from the players that have played for the U17.  The reason behind this is that the U18 season begins early in the autumn and there is not the time to go through another selection process.  However due to recent changes to the structured Constituent Body (CB) signed off by the RFU this may change as the U17 & U18 seasons will be different in the future.

 

Any questions about CRFU U17 or U18 Group please contact me on 07800880381 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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RFU Safeguarding Communication

 

RFU Safeguarding Communication

For CSOs and Club Committee Members
December 2016

In order to continue to provide a safe and positive environment for children, all Club Safeguarding Officers and all Club Committee members must read and be familiar with Regulation 21 (Safeguarding) and the RFU Safeguarding Policy. Anyone involved in rugby union must report safeguarding concerns to the RFU Safeguarding Team.

The RFU’s Safeguarding Policy, Toolkit and RFU Regulation 21 set out our requirements and aims to assist clubs in ensuring that the welfare of children remains of paramount importance. We also offer clubs an effective safeguarding training programme for all members of the game. We would strongly recommend that anyone involved in rugby (specifically those involved in the under 18’s game) attend. You will find further information on our training on the England Rugby website.

We have previously communicated to the game our requirements in managing Safeguarding concerns/incidents and the DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) applications. In order to ensure you are familiar with our requirements, please see the following information -

Safeguarding Children

The RFU believes that the wellbeing of children involved in rugby is of paramount importance and has the jurisdiction to deal with any allegation of abuse of a child, any breach of the Safeguarding Policy and/or any breach of Regulation 21.

Concerns must be dealt with in accordance with the RFU Policy and Regulations to assess the most appropriate manner of dealing with them.  Some incidents may need referral to Statutory Agencies, such as police or children’s services, while if the child is not in immediate danger the RFU Safeguarding Team will take action. However, even apparently low-level concerns may require the RFU to seek initial advice from Statutory Agencies.

It is essential to refer concerns to the RFU at the earliest opportunity to ensure that children are kept safe.  Concerns may then be delegated back to a club or CB to manage.

It is vitally important that no investigation is carried out by the club, other than gathering information prior to informing the RFU. This is so as not to jeopardise any police investigation or criminal proceedings and also to preserve evidence. This is especially relevant when dealing with cases involving inappropriate use of the internet and social media.

When referring matters to the RFU Safeguarding Team please use the incident report form which can be found on the RFU website under Governance and Safeguarding

Disclosure and Barring Service - DBS

 

The DBS process is a crucial part of an effective recruitment process. Any club operating rugby for those under the age of 18 is deemed a children’s service provider, which means that certain legislation and commitments must be adhered to.

RFU Regulation 21.2 describes the requirements of the RFU DBS process, further information is provided in the RFU Safeguarding Polucy of the requirements within a rugby setting.

One significant aspect of providing a children’s service is ensuring that a thorough recruitment process is followed, including interviewing potential volunteers, seeking references, checking qualifications are valid, on-going monitoring and carrying out DBS checks via the RFU. All DBS applications must be obtained through the RFU Safeguarding Department and DBS disclosures issued through other Registered Bodies are not accepted.

The DBS issue a certificate for ALL DBS applications - therefore, simply having a DBS certificate does not mean applicants have been approved by the RFU. The certificate is sent directly from the DBS to the applicant’s home address and the RFU does not receive a copy of the DBS disclosure. All applications and results are, however, actively monitored by the RFU Safeguarding Team.  Only when an individual appears on GMS with a “current” DBS status are they deemed “approved/cleared” to work unsupervised with U18s, so it is crucial that clubs monitor GMS, have an up-to-date Child Workforce list and manage those engaged in the youth game.

If a DBS returns containing information, the RFU will instigate the DBS Case Management Process and failure to comply with this process will result in the individual being removed from coaching U18s. On occasion, the RFU will contact a club requesting a reference for an individual. It is imperative that written communication is supplied upon request so that the RFU can carry out a thorough risk assessment when managing a DBS disclosure. Applicants (and clubs where necessary) will be informed of the outcome of the DBS Case Management Process in writing. Additionally the GMS site will be updated to reflect a Current or Rejected DBS status.

Only when a “current” status appears against an individual on GMS are they deemed “DBS cleared” by the RFU.

Within The Cornwall RFU

There is an experienced 3-strong Safeguarding Team comprising Safeguarding Manager and two Assistant Safeguarding Managers. They can be contacted at any time to assist CSOs and liaise directly with the RFU Safeguarding team. If you have any problems or queries please get in touch via the confidential email address, or by phone or message

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Ann Demaine - 07984 543986

Rob Harris - 07967 340963

Tom Tree - 07825 002426

 

 

 
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Cornish Players Make The Grade

Seven of this seasons Cornwall U18 group squad have been successful in taking the next step toward representing England Counties at U18 level.

The two weekends of the October half term saw all eight counties in the South West Division compete at Bristol Grammar School.  The aim of this contest is to select players to represent the South West in the divisional weekend against other divisions from around England.

The players have been selected from over 200 players who took part in the championship at Bristol. They will be part of a 37 man squad that will take part in a final assessment day which is held at Hartbury College in Gloucester on 15th January. 

If they are successful following the final assessment they will play against a Gloucester Rugby Academy side on 28th Jan and finally compete in the Divisional weekend on 24th & 25th Feb.

Players who compete in the divisional weekend are then selected to represent England Counties U18.

 

Congratulations to the players selected and we wish you all luck in the next stages.

 

Players selected in SW FAD Squad

Jake Clemson (St Ives RFC & Penwith College)

Keane Whitaker (St Austell RFC & Bodmin College)

Aaron Simmonds (Newquay RFC & Truro College)

Jack Old (Wadebridge Camels & Wadebridge 6th Form College)

Johnny Wood (Truro School)

Kyle Bradley (Helston RFC & Truro College)

Tom Hawken (Helston RFC & Helston Community College)

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Cornwall Too Strong For Visitors

With this being the only home fixture for Cornwall U18 group this season, the players and coaches were keen to put on a good display for the faithful Cornish crowd that had gathered at St Austell's Tregorrick Park on Sunday afternoon.

With a few injuries to squad members, the coaches used the opportunity to select from the promising number of U17 players that have been highlighted through the U17 selection process. Even with the changes to the match day 23 the Cornwall players were confident following on from two strong performances against Bucks and Devon.

Things didn't start well though, when Cornwall lost one of their props in the warm-up.

The previous two fixtures had been "selection" games and it was obvious from the start that as this was effectively a "friendly", the intensity wasn't quite the same, as Cornwall looked laboured and couldn't seem to bring the normal consistency to their game.  With dominance in the forwards and a huge attacking force in the back line it was only Cornwall's mistakes and frustration that kept Somerset in the game.

Eventually things began to click and Cornwall managed to get on the scoreboard through some excellent continuity play in the forwards.  With the offloads now "sticking" confidence was growing.  Somerset soon quashed the new found confidence when Cornwall failed to secure the restart and some simple but effective "one up" driving by the visiting forwards led them to the Cornwall line.  Only a few meters away Cornwall again were guilty of communication failings when the Somerset 9 simply strolled around the corner of a ruck to score. (7-5)

The Somerset score and the "gentle encouragement" from the Cornwall coaches appeared to concentrate the "black & gold" players as this was to be the final score by Somerset.  

Cornwall took a hold of the game and with the forwards being able to provide a solid platform, the impressive backs began to tear holes all through the defence.  A further two tries were scored in the first half meaning Cornwall went into the break with a healthy 21-5 lead.

The 2nd half pretty much followed the first with Somerset only managing to break into the Cornish 22 on the rare occasion.  The inclement weather probably didn't help matters but it appeared that Cornwall adapted best to the constant changes from sun to rain to hail back to sun again.  Cornwall scored a further three unanswered tries in the 2nd half (one converted) to finish off the afternoon 38-5 victors.  

The players and coaches would like to thank St Austell RFC for their fantastic hospitality and use of their facilities as always.  Thanks again to the large support, including the members of TASC, who braved the cold and wet to cheer on the players.

 

The U18 season is now complete but the coaching team now move on to the U17 season which begins in earnest on 20th Nov at Bodmin RFC where the annual "squad day" will be held.

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Cornwall To face Somerset In Final Game Of The Season

This Sunday (6th Nov) see's Cornwall U18 face Somerset in their final game of the 2016 U18 season.  The game will be their only home county fixture of this season and will be played at St Austell RFC, with KO planned for 2:15pm.

The U18 group have had a mixed season with two wins in their first two warm up games against a Plymouth College 1st XV and an Exeter Chiefs Outreach U19 Squad.

Confidence was high after these first two fixtures but with a number of injuries to players from the original 25 man squad the build up to the first U18 Counties Championship games was far from ideal.

The Championship saw Cornwall lose 29-22 in a frustrating game to Buckinghamshire and then drawing 21-21 with their old foes, Devon.

The fixture against Somerset is a re-arranged game following a change to the U18 CB structured season as dictated by the RFU

The players will be hoping to go out on a positive note, before the coaching team turn their eye on to the U17 group season which begins in earnest on 20th Nov with a squad day at Bodmin RFC.

Squad to play Somerset at St Austell RFC on 6th Nov 16

  • R.Cinnamond (Launceston)
  • C.Degenhardt (St Austell)
  • K.Gratrix (St Austell)
  • G.Sanders (St Ives)
  • C.Dewson (Launceston)
  • L.Barnes (Camborne)
  • J.Clemson (St Ives)
  • C.Teague (Wadebridge)
  • S.Somers (Truro School)
  • A.Connolly (St Austell)
  • P.Bebbington (Launceston)
  • J.Hart (Newquay)
  • K.Whitaker (St Austell)
  • S.Gilder (St Austell)
  • M.Austin (Truro School)
  • A.Simmonds (Newquay)
  • R.Edwards (Launceston)
  • J.Carr (St Austell)
  • R.Heard (Truro School)
  • T.Hawken (Helston)
  • J.Old (Wadebridge)
  • K.Bradley (Helston)
  • J.Wood (Truro School)
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Honours Even In Local Derby

The second and final game for Cornwall in this season's England Counties (SW) U18 Championship saw them face their old rivals, Devon.

With Devon putting Gloucestershire to the sword in their first game of the championship and Cornwall losing in a frustrating game against Buckinghamshire the Devon squad felt confident that they could "get one over" on their Cornish counterparts.

With a number of changes to the squad from the previous week, with players back from injury Cornwall felt this was an opportunity to put right some of the wrongs from the Bucks game.  Unfortunately Cornwall again seem to struggle to get the bus journey out of their system and found themselves 7-0 down in the first 7 mins.  The large Devon pack finding their feet first in the contest.

This reaction from the Cornwall side was impressive and again they began to tighten their grip.  With total dominance in the scrum and with the lineout functioning Cornwall had plenty of possession and created a number of scoring opportunities, however the clinical finish required at this level appeared to have been left behind somewhere on the A30.  To all involved and those supporting how the Cornish lads were not "out of sight".  With the complete dominance in both territory and possession it was only Cornwall's control at the crucial moment that kept Devon in the game. With the large travelling support for both teams camped around the Devon 22 it was obvious who would score next and Cornwall duly obliged with a flowing backs move to score out wide (7-7)

Although easily on top in many facets of the game Cornwall couldn't build on their first score and finished the half all square.

The second half continued and quickly Cornwall began to build phases and the forward dominance led to a second try (14-7)  Unfortunately it appeared the Cornwall dominance in the scrum was about to work against them as Devon ran out of qualified front row players and the game had to move to uncontested scrums.  This allowed Devon to have a platform they hadn't enjoyed earlier in the game.  Allowing the big "back five" to run more freely at the Cornish defence and after a number of narrow attacks and some valiant defence from Cornwall, Devon managed to trundle over under the posts (although the Cornish player placed between the ball and the ground appeared not to count?) (14-14)  

With their new found freedom and their "tails up" Devon managed to score again when after a number of tight phases and the Cornish defence dis organised the Devon scrum half darted through a gap around the break down to score (14-21)

With 10 minutes to go Cornwall again began to build pressure and found themselves camped again in the Devon 22.  Without the ability to tie in the Devon defence due to uncontested scrums Cornwall had to work hard for their third try but powerful driving from the pack led to a break off the maul and a touch down out wide.  With the conversion successful the game was level 21-21.  The final whistle couldn't come quickly enough for Devon but again Cornwall has let a game they had completely dominated get away from them and their failure to convert pressure was frustrating for all.

Two games that were equally winable finished with unfavourable results.  Although ultimately it is about the players performance and as far as South West selection goes the result is immaterial, for the coaches and the players this is definitely two games that were there for the taking.

 Squad against Devon

  1. Callum Degenhardt (St Austell)
  2. Callum Dewson (Launceston)
  3. Kyle Gratrix (St Austell)
  4. Jake Clemson (St Ives) (C)
  5. Cory Teague (Wadebridge)
  6. Noah Stanier-Smith (Camborne)
  7. Josh Hart (Newquay)
  8. Keane Whitaker (St Austell)
  9. Sam Gilder (St Austell)
  10. Jack Old (Wadebridge)
  11. Jake Carr (St Austell)
  12. Tom Hawken (Helston)
  13. Reuben Edwards (Launceston)
  14. Kyle Bradley (Helston)
  15. Johnny Wood (Truro School)
  16. Rory Cinnamond (Launceston)
  17. George Sanders (St Ives)
  18. Luke Barnes (Camborne)
  19. Archie Connolly (St Austell)
  20. Peter Bebbington (Launceston)
  21. Mike Austin (Truro School)
  22. Aaron Simmonds (Newquay)
  23. Rory Heard (Truro School)
 
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Cornwall U18 v Buckinghamshire U18 (England Counties SW Championship)

Saturday 22nd October saw Cornwall U18 compete in their first game of the 2016 U18 England Counties (SW Division) Championship.  This event is held every year at Bristol Grammar School Sports Ground and is the next stage of the U18 age group aspirational pathway. The eight counties included in the SW division are Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Dorset & Wilts, Devon,Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Somerset.  Each team plays 2 games (one each weekend of the October half term) with the ultimate aim of having players selected to represent the SW division in fixtures after Christmas and from there hopefully represent England Counties at U18 Group.

Cornwall's first fixture saw them "pitched" against Buckinghamshire, a team they had not played against at U18 group for some considerable time.  Whether it was the long journey from Cornwall or whether it was a little bit of "stage fright"  Buckinghamshire were the first to gain any kind of advantage.  There simple, controlled rugby allowed them to dominate the early stages of the game as when Cornwall did have possession and tried to build phases, a simple mistake, a forced pass a wrong decision allowed Bucks off the hook and simply frustrated Cornwall more.

Bucks were the first to put points on the board with a well worked try and anyone watching the game couldn't really argue.  Cornwall continued to worked hard and in glimpses everyone could see that the potential was there and the players simply needed to relax.  The Cornish frustration wasn't helped by the fact they had obviously fallen foul of the referee's interpretation of certain aspects of their game, as the penalty count appeared to "rack up" in favour of the Buckinghamshire boys.  Again it appeared that every time Cornwall managed to put phases together, they would lose their advantage through giving a penalty, dropping a pass, losing the ball in contact etc...

Half way through the first half Cornwall began to take control and built pressure, the forwards beginning to dominate the contact area and the scrum set piece, this pressure was rewarded with two scores in fairly quick succession, Cornwall taking the lead at 10-7.  Unfortunately a lapse in concentration just before half-time saw Cornwall's defence breached and with the conversion missed half-time saw Bucks with a 2 point lead.

 

With a number of changes at half time to allow all players a fair opportunity in front of selectors the first 10-15 mins of the second half seemed to be a repeat of the first.  With Bucks playing simple and more controlled rugby and Cornwall wanting to play a more exciting but higher risk game.  Although Cornwall were dominating possession, it appeared that every time they got close to their opponents 22 they would let them off the hook and Bucks would clear.  What happened next can't really be explained, it appeared that Cornwall stopped playing and allowed Bucks into the game and they began to dominate around the breakdown with simple "pick and go" and using their big runners close in.  Before Cornwall knew it Bucks had scored 3 tries in a spell that quickly need to be forgotten.  Bucks led 10-29

What the coaching team were pleased to see was the character shown by their players as Cornwall decided that they were not going to let this happen and took the game by the "scruff of the neck"  The last 15 mins were completely dominated by Cornwall and if the side had played like this for the rest of the game Buckinghamshire wouldn't have been close to being in the game.  two quick tries in the last 10 mins saw Cornwall pull the score back to 22-29 and with confidence no high the only thing that would stop Cornwall winning this game was the clock.  Unfortunately with time running out Cornwall were unable to cross the line again and Bucks who appeared to be hanging on by their finger tips could not hide their pleasure at the final whistle as they knew that with 5 mins more the result could have been different.

A well contested game from both sides with some lessons to learn for the Cornish boys.  two being, sometimes simple is best and also learn to adapt to the referees interpretation.

Next up Devon!!!

 

Squad for Cornwall v Buckinghamshire

  1. Rory Cinnamond (Launceston)
  2. Callum Dewson (Launceston)
  3. Chae Jenkins (Launceston)
  4. Jake Clemson (St Ives) (C)
  5. Cory Teague (Wadebridge)
  6. Keane Whitaker (St Austell)
  7. Josh Hart (Newquay)
  8. Noah Stanier-Smith (Camborne)
  9. Sam Gilder (St Austell)
  10. Reuben Edwards (St Austell)
  11. Jake Carr (St Austell)
  12. Tom Hawken (Helston)
  13. Jack Old (Wadebridge)
  14. Rory Heard (Truro School)
  15. Kyle Bradley (Helston)
  16. Callum Degenhardt (St Austell)
  17. Kyle Gratrix (St Austell)
  18. Luke Barnes (Camborne)
  19. Stan Somers (Truro School)
  20. Peter Bebbington (Launceston)
  21. Connor Ellery (Truro College)
  22. Dom Goodwin (Truro School)
  23. Fraser Nottle (St Austell)

 

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