Sunday 13th February - Camborne RFC
K.O. 2.00 p.m.
Cornwall U20s v Devon U20s
Your support for Cornwall's next generation of stars is needed on Sunday for this winner takes all clash with the loser being relegated to the lower tier of the championship for 2016/17.
Pictured is Dan Rutter, Cornwall's double try scorer at Cinderford on 28th February.
1) TOMMY LEE SOUTHWORTH CAMBORNE / CORNISH PIRATES PDF
2) LUKE TREWHELLA CAMBORNE
3) RYAN BURLEY PENRYN
4) ANGUS BROWN CAMBORNE
5) LUKE HATTAM REDRUTH
6) LIAM MOYLE CAMBORNE
7) LOCRYN WILLIAMS CHINNOR
8) ADAM HUGHES PENRYN
9) DAN JANE ST AUSTELL
10) DAN RUTTER REDRUTH
11) TOM SANDERCOCK CORNISH ALL BLACKS
12) JAMES MACFARLANE REDRUTH / EXETER UNI
13) JACK SIMMONS (Capt) CAMBORNE
14) LEWIS THOMAS ST IVES
15) BEN STEAN CAMBORNE / PLYMOUTH ALBION
16) ADAM SMITH CAMBORNE
17) AARON VINCENT LANKELLY FOWEY
18) CAMERON SAWYER CAMBORNE
19) HARRY SMITH WADEBRIDGE CAMELS
20) WILL GILDER ST AUSTELL
21) KIERAN DOWN SALTASH
22) JOHN TYLER ST JUST
23) CONNOR BICK PIRATES AMATEURS
24) BEN ILLSLEY CAMBORNE
25) ANDY INCH ST AUSTELL
26) BRANDON ANDREWS SALTASH
Coaches – Ian Morgan, Mike Rawlings, Bryn Jenkins
Team Manager - Chris Lea
Cornwall Rugby Football Union (CRFU) Under 20 County Championship campaign 2016 continues on Sunday 13 March with their first home game against local rivals Devon.
Cornwall have suffered two defeats in their two games and this is a must win, to avoid relegation in the competition.
CRFU President Ken Plummer said “This will be another test for these young guys; both Cornwall and Devon have lost their opening games and the loser of this game will be relegated. Having watched them at Redingensians and Cinderford I know they have the spirit and ability to put in a good performance and get a result!”
For both Cornwall and Devon this is the last game in this season’s championship as neither side can qualify for the quarterfinals.
Coach Bryn Jenkin said – “The result against Gloucestershire was disappointing, where we made some silly mistakes, missed a few tackles and they rightly took advantage. On the day they deserved the win and will fight it out with Berkshire as to who has the home quarter final.”
Cornwall‘s final pool stage game will at home against Devon on Sunday 13 March 2016, at Camborne RFC with a 1400 kick off time.
Coach Mike Rawlings said; - “We had the better of them for the first and the last 10 minutes, but lost the game in the other 60 minutes. We have suffered greatly with injuries this season and unfortunately we lost both of last week’s starting props with Tommy Phillips picking up a hand injury and Curtis Reynolds picking up a shoulder injury.”
CRFU Chair Denis Preece said; - “These young guys will have a home game on Sunday and we hope that they will get a lot of support to lift their spirts and hopefully see a win.”
The U20 team manager Chris Lea said; -”It is real shame after reaching the semi-finals last season to be in a relegation battle this season. That is the vagaries of U20 rugby when we lose up to 50% of our squad every year through age qualification. There are a number of these guys who will be around next season and we will be looking at new talent who can come into the squad next season.”
There will be marketing and sponsorship opportunities with the Under 20’s team and matches, any individuals or companies that may be interested are asked to contact Colin Hatch in the first instance.
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