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Cornish & Devon Post
THE Holsworthy Youth Football Club held its fourth annual presentation afternoon on Sunday, June 2 at the town’s Memorial Hall.
WITH 115 juniors and 242 seniors taking part, competition at the latest Bude Lifeboat Run was high, and the evening was a resounding success for organisers and participants alike.
A TOTAL of 168 players from 26 different clubs as far away as Gloucester and Essex came to Launceston to compete for the ever popular Duchy Shield last week.
TWENTY-SEVEN students from Callington Community College attended the Year 7 and 8 Cornwall Schools Athletics Championships at Par Running Track on Tuesday, June 11.
OVER 75 people attended the first ever Sport and Dance Awards evening held at Callington College recently.
THE Cornwall Golf Union (CGU) held its annual County Week at Launceston Golf Club recently, culminating with the final of the Amateur Championship between Chris Fleming (Perranporth) and Joe Yorke (St Mellion).
The Duchess of Cornwall got the event underway at The National Residence of the Invalids Hospital, where Napoleon is buried.
OVER 105 people attended Bude Football Club’s annual dinner, dance and presentation evening at the town’s golf club recently, ensuring the occasion was a roaring success.
AN ALTERNATIVE start line was used for the AM sailboat race, thanks to an easterly wind.
THE English Bridge Union (EBU) held a Simultaneous Pairs event on five different evenings in May, and Bude Bridge Club was one of 34 clubs that took part on Tuesday, May 7.
BOSCASTLE and Crackington Haven Gig Club enjoyed a memorable time at the 24th World Gig Racing Championships on a sunny Isles of Scilly over the May Bank Holiday weekend.
TEN teams from 11 schools entered this year’s Holsworthy High Five Netball League, which held a presentation evening and a goal shooting competition recently.
DELABOLE FC held its annual dinner and presentation evening at the Poldark Inn recently, celebrating the end of a successful season.
LONG term members of the Launceston Road Runners Mick Foster and Jim Baker are teaming up again — this time, to take on the Six Peaks Challenge this month.
HOLSWORTHY Golf Club’s junior section took part in their own Ryder Cup Competition recently, to great enjoyment.
THE Upper Tamar Lake Sailing Club and South West Lakes Trust, celebrated 'Push the Boat Out Day' by encouraging people of all ages and abilities to get out on the water on Saturday, May 18.
ENGLAND and British Lions legend Phil Vickery returned to his first club on Wednesday, May 22 to launch ‘Pride of the Nation’ — a campaign developed by NatWest and the RFU to find the best supported grassroots rugby club in England.
BUDE Town FC received the East Cornwall League Runners Up Trophy from the competition’s chairman Mr Chris Greenaway following their final home game against Bere Alston on Wednesday, May 22.
WHEN Helland held a village survey of what the local community wanted to see happening in the village hall, table tennis came out top.
HOLSWORTHY Community College student Alistair Prades has returned from the English Racketlon Championships having successfully defended his under 16 title.
Do you think the 'Beast of Bodmin Moor' sightings could be due to a wild big cat?