IT MIGHT not even be Christmas yet, but clubs across the Bond Timber Cornwall Cricket League are always preparing for next season, and Werrington have a new overseas signing confirmed.
Sri Lankan batting all-rounder Thulina Dilshan, 26, is coming to Ladycross and read all about it in this week’s Post as we chat to director of cricket Adam Hodgson.
Also on the cricket front we find out who won what at Holsworthy’s recent presentation night.
In the football, Camelford are through to the last eight of the South West Peninsula League Walter C Parson Funeral Directors League Cup after a 4-1 thrashing of SWPL Premier East side Newton Abbot Spurs.
Read David Sillifant’s report from a fabulous game at Trefrew Park, as well as information on Callington Town’s exit from the same competition at the hands of Mullion.
Bude Town were the only Post area side in action in SWPL Premier West, and we get the low-down on their 4-2 victory over Sticker from Mark Harfield.
As ever there’s a big round-up from the St Piran League structure, plus the same with the North Devon League and local women’s leagues.
Sam Down’s report is also inside from Halwill’s excellent 3-2 victory at East Budleigh Reserves in the Devon and Exeter League.
It was a quiet weekend on the rugby front, but it was a Saturday high-flying Launceston won’t forget in a hurry as they were comfortably beaten 46-31 at Brixham in Regional One South West.
Read all about it as well as the thoughts of a frustrated Ian Goldsmith.
However there was success for the club’s ladies team as they eased into the last 16 of the Women’s Junior Cup by defeating Paignton at Polson Bridge.
Bude’s men’s and ladies teams had a double-header at Tavistock in the West Hockey League on Saturday.
But despite decent performances, both sides came away empty handed.
Elsewhere we catch up with the Launceston and District Darts League and North Cornwall Table Tennis League, whilst we found out who won what at the recent Holsworthy and District Men’s Skittles League Division Finals.
There’s also an update from the Holsworthy and District Ladies Skittles League as well, plus Cornwall’s badminton players start the season with a bang and more.