Tuesday, March 29, 2016


On Easter Monday St Ives RFC welcomed Newquay Hornets to Alexandra Road in their latest Tribute Cornwall & Devon league game. It was apparent, however, soon after Newquay arrived at the ground, that they could only muster 10 or 12 players.  The decision was made by their officials to award the game to St Ives as a home walk over meaning that the Hakes took the 5 points by default.


Despite Newquay travelling with only 10 or 12 players the s...

Monday, March 28, 2016

Neither of the re-scheduled Easter Monday games was played due to the away sides being unable to field teams.  This is not a great surprise. Paignton were never likely to find a team to travel all the way to Penzance on a holiday.  Amateur players have to work. Newquay had played and been defeated heavily by 36:5 to Pirates at home on Saturday. How were they expected to raise a team to play St Ives just three days later during the same holiday we...

Saturday, March 26, 2016

St Ives has a strong squad to face lowly Newquay Hornets this Easter Monday. The front row, who did not have it all their own way against The Pirates Amateurs last week, remain, with Stuart Milliner ready to come off the bench. Luke Collins is set to play second row, releasing Todd Prisk to the flank. Cameron Bone returns. Man-of-the-match, Martyn Lawrance, continues his 100% appearance record. This pack should dominate proceedings to provide ple...

St Ives 22 v 21 Pirates Amateurs


Last Saturday the St Ives 1st XV welcomed local rivals Pirates Amateurs to Alexandra Road in their latest Tribute Cornwall & Devon League match. St Ives Head Coach Paul Thirlby named a strong side; Louis Stevens came back into the pack replacing the unavailable Cameron BoneSam Carter was named at scrum half with Bobby Conroy-Smith replacing the injured Lewis Thomas at full back.



From the kick off it was the St...

Friday, March 18, 2016

St Ives is able to field a strong side to give the best possible chance to continue their promotion chase at The Rec tomorrow. Pirates are short of games of late, although their most recent away fixture was against Tavistock on 27th February. They gained a bonus point win by 10 points to 31. This should be enough to remind head coach, Paul Thirlby, that only with the necessary application and game strategy will St Ives demonstrate why they are se...

Tavistock 19 v 45 St Ives


A hat trick of tries from St Ives number 8 Martyn Lawrance helped to keep the Hakes promotion hopes alive last weekend when they travelled to Dartmoor to face Tavistock in their latest encounter in the Tribute Cornwall & Devon League. The side saw a number of changes to the one that played Bude at home last week. This was not from the position of being able to effect changes to strengthen the side per se, but due to play...

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Shock defeat for Withycombe at home


While The Hakes were showing that the disappointment of last week is well behind them with a bonus point win at Tavistock by 19 points to 45, rivals for second spot, Withycombe, were handing back the destiny of promotion into our hands. They were surprisingly defeated by 12 points to 3 in a home match against Plymstock Albion Oaks.


This means The Hakes have the opportunity to gain the runners up spot with a ho...

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Meet Andrew Guthrie, part of the much wider rugby family. He plays for Greenock Wanderers U.18s in the West of Scotland Division South League at outside centre. He is also training with Glasgow Warriors Youth.


Andrew is going to be in St Ives for the summer season working on the boats from The Harbour. He needs a place to live during his stay, from mid May to late August. He would ideally like to be a part of a family or a shared house, paying ab...

St Ives 8 v 27 Bude


St Ives' hopes of promotion take a severe dent as Withycombe gain a bonus point win, as expected.


Full results and table >


Last weekend the St Ives 1st XV welcomed league leaders Bude in what was on paper a mouth watering clash between the top two sides in the Cornwall & Devon league. St Ives Head Coach Paul Thirlby named his strongest available side. Jason Jackson returned at scrum half and Bobby Conroy-Smith was available ag...

Friday, March 4, 2016

Saturday 23rd April 2016


Last home match: Plymouth Albion Oaks


 "Last of the Summer Wine"


Players Awards, sponsors and supporters event




Friday 10th June 2016


Formal club dinner & dance



Tregenna Castle Hotel


in aid of

Cancer Research UK



further details to follow


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