THE Clive Rosevear Insurance Hawkey Cup final is always one of the biggest nights of the Cornwall Cricket League calendar, and Werrington were involved in last week’s showpiece at St Austell.
Werrington headed down to the Clay Country looking to defend their crown against the home side, but despite an excellent comeback in both innings, it was St Austell that won their first title in 13 years.
Inside this week’s Post is a match report and reaction from Tron skipper Nick Lawson.
Werrington and Callington were both in action in the ECB Cornwall Premier League on Saturday with contrasting fortunes.
Werrington won by 22 runs at Redruth despite the hosts reaching 125-0 in reply to Werrington’s 218-3, while Callington fell to a sixth successive defeat as Wadebridge won by 118 runs at Moores Park.
To make matters worse, Hayle picked up a surprise victory at St Austell to move off the foot of the table and leave Cally with plenty to ponder.
There are reports and scorecards from both games, plus the thoughts of Werrington skipper Lawson.
As ever there are also match reports from games involving Bude and Holsworthy as they both were victorious away from home in Division Two East, while there is the usual round-up from Division Two down to Division Six East.
The start of the football season is less than a month away and South West Peninsula League clubs Bude Town, Camelford and Launceston were all in action on Saturday. Inside are summaries from all three games.
The Bude Triathlon always attracts plenty of attention to the town.
We find out who won what including success for locals, while there are plenty of pictures.
Bude’s croquet players headed to Exeter last week to take on the home team. We catch up with what happened while there is also the latest from Upper Tamar Lake Sailing Club, the world of bowls and Bude Tennis Club, plus more.