Tuesday, November 29, 2016

St Ives 92 v 0 Bude

St Ives run of impressive form continued last Saturday when they welcomed old rivals Bude to Alexandra Road in their latest Western Counties West League encounter. The last time these two sides met was in March earlier this year, Bude took victory then and went on to become league champions and secure promotion alongside St Ives who took the runners up spot.

 A minute's silence was observed following the passing away of Leslie S...

Friday, November 25, 2016

St Ives is able to field a strong looking squad for the match against north Cornwall rivals, Bude, in the eleventh round of the Tribute Western Counties West league.  In the pack Jenkins, Taylor, Prisk and Lawrance will remember being on the receiving end of a 28:7 defeat back in March.  This proved to be a decisive result for Bude, who went on to become league champions of Cornwall & Devon.  St Ives settled for the runners up spot. Nine of the B...

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Hakes Take Victory At Wadebridge

Wadebridge Camels 18 v 22 St Ives

Last Saturday St Ives travelled to North Cornwall in their latest Western Counties West League game. Following their defeat in the cup last weekend, at the hands of Truro, head coach, Paul Thirlby named a side that saw Jon Wright come in to the front row as James Bishop was un-available for this match. Harry Parton returned from injury at number 8 with Archie Mackay not available th...

Friday, November 18, 2016

After two matches against Truro, the club placed equal top of the league, this weekend gets no easier in its challenge. The Hakes face an away fixture with Wadebridge Camels, who are placed fifth.

In recent seasons, our opponents have had the upper hand, including a cricket score of 105 points the last time the sides met at Wadebridge in December of 2014. The teams have met rarely in the last ten years. Then it was in the South West One West leagu...

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Truro 17 v 9 St Ives

Following St Ives recent emphatic victory over local rivals Truro, in the Western Counties West league, the two sides faced each other once again in the Cornwall Knockout Cup last Saturday. This time the Hakes travelled to the capital of the county in what was the quarter final stage of the competition.

St Ives travelled with a much changed side for this game; Joel Stevens came in at hooker with Jonathan Wright starting alongsi...

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

St Ives 35 v 13 Truro

Last Saturday at Alexandra Road St Ives welcomed Western Counties West league leaders Truro.

Following last weekend’s disappointing defeat at Burnham on Sea, Paul Thirlby shuffled his players slightly, bringing in Jake Clemson in the second row and welcoming back Sam Carter at scrum half following his latest tour of duty in the Navy.

St Ives began the game impressively. Martyn Lawrance, not for the only time, waited for the hig...

Friday, November 4, 2016

   St Ives face their toughest test yet when they entertain league leaders Truro. However, since the away side are yet to play either Exeter University, Cullompton or Devon Services, this could also be their most difficult fixture of the season. Poor game management and on field decision making by the home side helped Truro to a one point away victory over Wadebridge recently. St Ives will need to be at their best in order to gain their first lea...

Friday, November 4, 2016

Details of the cup competition from www.cornwall-rfu.org.uk/mens-seniors/fixtures


(Matches to be played on 22nd October 2016)

Match One              BODMIN                V        SALTASH

Match Two              FALMOUTH            V        LANNER...

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Another losing bonus point for the Hakes

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