THE first Saturday in the South West Peninsula League season is now just ten days away and clubs are fine-tuning their squads ahead of the start.
In this week’s Post we hear from Camelford boss Reg Hambly as the Camels hope to improve on last season’s mid-table finish, while there are reports and summaries from across the local friendlies.
There is also a piece on the fixtures being announced in the new St Piran League structure, from the Premier Division East to Division Four East.
It’s not often you get an entire washout across the whole of the county during the Cornwall Cricket League campaign, but that was the case on Saturday.
However Sunday saw Callington Thirds regain the Rosevear Cup at St Stephen and Werrington Fourths beat Roche Thirds by six wickets in a rearranged clash in Division Five East.
Bude RFC announced the appointment of Joe Wilson as their new head coach last week, and we hear from the 31-year-old on the role.
The end of the bowls season is in sight but there is a whole page dedicated to it, including Kensey Vale B winning their group and Keith and Keiron Sargent earning success in the Father and Son competition.
We also check in on the performance of Launceston windsurfer Sam Sills at the recent Olympic Sailing Test event in Marseille ahead of next year’s Paris Games.
There is also success for some local youngsters as Mary Shanks is on her way to compete at Wimbledon, while two Bude brothers are making waves on the hockey scene.
There is also plenty more including cycling, basketball, running and short mat bowls.