Wadebridge Camels 15 v 24 St Ives

St Ives travelled to North Cornwall last Saturday to face Wadebridge in their last Western Counties West league game before the Christmas break. Joint head coaches Paul Thirlby and Rob Elloway made several changes for the match including the return of Tom Chandler at prop. Ben Taylor moved to hooker to replace the injured Rob Elloway. Matt Nichol came in to the second row with Harry Parton moving out to the centre...

St Ives 34 v 19 Devonport Services

Last Saturday at Alexandra Road the Western Counties West league leaders St Ives welcomed the second placed side Devonport Services in a much anticipated clash.

Ahead of the match St Ives were awarded the Tribute team of the month for November in recognition of their form throughout the previous month.

Joint head coached Paul Thirlby and Rob Elloway named strong side and welcomed back Martyn Lawrance at number 8, J...

St Ives first fifteen were the proud winners of the Tribute Team-of-the-month Award for November 2017. A delighted committee, coaches and players received the award and a crate of Tribute beer from the league sponsors before their latest home match against Devonport Services.

During the month St Ives chalked up convincing home victories at the hands of Truro, 41:19 and Chard 43:5. Their away fixture was the long trip to Burnham on Sea, where The H...

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Crediton 14 v 28 St Ives

Following last weekend’s victory over Chard at home the St Ives 1st team squad travelled to Crediton in a bid to consolidate their position at the top of the Western Counties West league.  Joint head coaches Rob Elloway and Paul Thirlby were forced in to several changes due to unavailability. Tom Chandler came back into the second row with Jamie Hoskin on the flank. Harry Parton moved to number 8 and Pete Mabbott came into...

Saturday, December 2, 2017

After a bonus point win and seven tries against Chard at home last week, the Hakes, rather unexpectedly, found themselves at the top of the league. Sidmouth fielded their strongest side of the season as they hosted Devonport Services, who had occupied first place since the end of September. The home held in the final ten minutes, down to 14 men, due to a handling offence in a ruck. The final score of 26:24 saw the Navy boys slip to second place,...

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