Sports Archive
Sports Archive

By Tom Howe

12th May 2021

Bodmin celebrate county’s first female-only touch side

Having introduced Cornwall’s first female-only team, Bodmin coach Paul Couch hopes to continue to lead the emergence of touch rugby within the South West. Couch, already involved with the club’s youth section...

By Tom Howe

12th May 2021

Kernow ‘oozes with quality’ says Gilbert

Bodmin’s Priory Park will host some of the best Cornwall has to offer this evening as Kernow Football Alliance kick-off preparations for a busy summer.

By Tom Howe

5th May 2021

Boconnoc beat Launceston to maintain winning record

Boconnoc remain one of only three unbeaten teams in Division Three East following their 84-run win at home to Launceston at Deer Park.

By Tom Howe

5th May 2021

Club president: Don’t let football team die

President Brian Retallack has urged people not to let Bodmin’s football club ‘die’ and launched a recruitment drive aimed at adding fresh faces to their committee.

By Granville Taylor

28th April 2021

Cornishman Biddick stakes claim for yet another crown

Trainer Dean Summersby saddled three winners whilst Will Biddick added a double in his quest for an eighth National Jockeys title as Point-to-Point racing returned to Trebudannon on Saturday.

By Tom Howe

28th April 2021

State of the art nets installed at ‘Drock’

Chairman Steve Cavendish says the erection of new nets give Lanhydrock ‘one of, if not the best’ outdoor artificial facilities in the county.

By Tom Howe

21st April 2021

Two from two for Boconnoc on curtain raising weekend

Boconnoc Cricket Club enjoyed a welcome return to the crease on Saturday as both of their teams secured opening-day victories in the Cornwall Cricket League.

By Tom Howe

21st April 2021

Magee’s praise for Priory Park bosses

Bodmin Town winger Dan Magee says it is a pleasure to be back playing football under the management of Cornish football stalwarts Darren Gilbert and Alan Carey.
Magee and his team-mates returned to action at home to Plymouth Marjon University 11 days ago...

By Tom Howe

31st March 2021

Golfers back on course as covid restrictions loosen

Golfers got back into the swing of things against the beautiful backdrop of Lanhydrock as coronavirus-induced restrictions were eased on Monday.

By Tom Howe

24th March 2021

Woosnam leads all-star line up at Trevose Legends event

Ian Woosnam OBE, 1991 Masters champion and Europe’s 2006 Ryder Cup winning captain, has been announced as returning host of the European Legends Links 2021 Championship at Trevose Golf and Country Club.

By Tom Howe

17th March 2021

Bodmin boss waits on clarity before return

The supplementary cup competition proposed by the South West Peninsula League has been scrapped after the Football Association (FA) ruled that spectators will not be permitted to attend step six matches until May 17 at the earliest.

By Tom Howe

17th March 2021

Gruelling schedule ‘was exactly what I needed’, says tennis ace

Bodmin tennis ace Nadia Rawson says competing in the UK Pro League is providing her with the perfect grounding ahead of her transition into European competition.

By Gareth Davies

10th March 2021

Indian Queens race director apologises after controversy

Indian Queens half marathon race director Alison Beare has publicly apologised for criticism she received surrounding the staging of the event, which took place in December 2020.

By Tom Howe

10th March 2021

Bodmin boss backs Duchy League’s null and voiding

AFC Bodmin player-manager, Dan Hadley, says the Duchy League was right to abandon their 2020-21 season in light of the ongoing battle against coronavirus.

By: Tom Howe

10th February 2021

Hockey league set to ‘thrash out’ ending for current term

Decision time looms for Truro, with the West Clubs Women’s Hockey League (WCWHL) set to meet this week to discuss how to conclude the covid-hit 2020-21 season, writes Tom Howe.