IT’S not often you play the same opposition twice in the space of three days, but Werrington’s cricketers had a week to remember as they reached the Hawkey Cup final and climbed further away from trouble in the ECB Cornwall Premier League.

Reports and pictures are inside from both of their outings against local rivals Callington. Elsewhere around the Cornwall Cricket League there is a match report from Bude’s trip to Wadebridge Seconds, plus reaction from skipper Warren Rumble on the defeat.

We also catch up with Holsworthy stand-in skipper Matt Shepherd after they moved up to third in the Division Two East table after a seven-wicket victory at Werrington Seconds.

There is also a round-up from across the divisions plus all the latest fixtures and tables.

On the football front we hear from Launceston boss Neil Price as he announces the majority of the squad that ended last season are to stay, while we see who won what at Altarnun’s recent presentation evening.

The fixtures for the upcoming rugby season were announced last week.

Inside are fixture lists for Launceston and Bude as well as their second teams, while Launceston have also confirmed the retention of five key players from last year’s squad.

Students from Launceston College and Budehaven School have been successful at the Cornwall Schools’ Athletics Championships, while Launceston’s road runners took part in the Sticker 5 at the weekend.

Elsewhere in Bude, we find out about Helen Newton’s trip to Spain for the European Triathlon Championships, plus we check in at the bowls clubs including county success for a Dunheved pair.

There’s also the latest from Upper Tamar Lake Sailing Club, the local fisheries, Launceston Tennis Club and Bude Croquet Club, plus more.