Jacob Maloy Osteosarcoma Trust


SAT 13th May at Camborne Rugby Club

This is in aid of the Jacob Maloy Osteosarcoma Trust which was set up in memory of Jake, a keen and talented local rugby player who passed away from osteosarcoma last October at the age of just 17. 




Shirts available for a limited time only via this link.

Deadline to buy is midnight on Sunday 26th March so that your shirt is here for the 7’s Day. A percentage of all sales will go to the JACOB MALOY OSTEOSACOMA TRUST



Vets Day at St Austell RFC on Good Friday

There will be a day of fun vets rugby at St Austell RFC on Good Friday, April 14th.

If you know of any vets players who may like to come along to play or watch please pass on this information.

It is planned to have games for all players who wish to play; whether you bring a whole team, come on your own or a few of you together.

The featured game will be St Austell Vets v Camborne Vets (4.30 p.m.)

There wll also be an Ale/Cider Festival (Noon to Midnight) with Hog Roast and Live Entertainment.

For more information contact the Club.


Ron Glazsher RIP


On a sad note we are sorry to learn of the passing of former Cornwall captain Ron Glazsher. Ron, a tall player who packed down either No.8 or lock, played principally for Plymouth Albion but also had spells with both Penryn and Cross Keys in Wales. He played for Cornwall on 41 occasions, between 1962-71, also the RAF and Combined Services. He captained Cornwall & Devon against the Wallabies at Camborne in 1967 when the tourists won 11-6. In 1963 he played the All Blacks twice losing 38-6 at Exeter with Cornwall & Devon and then at Twickenham with Combined Services 23-9. He captained Cornwall in the 1966-67 season, when they eventually lost in the semi-finals of the County Championship to Surrey after a second replay at Redruth 14-3, the previous enthralling two games been drawn 6-6 at Redruth and 14-14 at Richmond. Many older fans will remeber this eic encounter.

Ron wanted no fuss after his death so his body went straight from where he died to the crematorium under a system known as direct deposit.



Billy Keast Named For England U20s

Congratulations to Billy Keast who has been named in the England Under 20 squad for the World Cup to be held in Manchester (June 7 to 25).

Head Coach Martin Haag said, "This group will only play together for this tournament. It will be a proud moment when they pull on the white jersey and run out in front of family and friends in a home World Cup."

Billy, on Exeter's books, has been plying his trade at Redruth this season where his father Richard played whilst winning 56 Cornish caps and earning selection for The Barbarians.

He has already represented Cornwall at Under 15, 16, 17 & 18 levels and can be sure that the Cornish rugby family will be wishing him well in June. 


10/10 for Roseland

Congratuations to Roseland RFC who have secured the Tribute Cornwall Two title winning all ten of their games and securing an impressive 47 League points.

Their playing record for the 2015/16 season was:

Played 10, Won 10, 309 points for, 43 points against.