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Cornwall Rugby Team Named For Twickenham
6:02am 30th May 2014
Cornwall have named our side to play in the County Championships at Twickenham.
Bude teacher Ben Hilton will lead out a side including players from Redruth, Truro and the All Blacks.
They take on Lancashire on Sunday after training in Camborne on Thursday evening.
Kieron Lewitt (Cornish All Blacks), Craig Williams (Redruth), Lewis Vinnicombe (Redruth), Ryan Westren (Cornish All Blacks), Greg Goodfellow (Redruth), Neilson Webber (Cornish All Blacks), Tom Notman (Redruth), Lewis Webb (Cornish All Blacks); Darren Jacques (Truro), Jamie Salter (Cornish All Blacks); Damien Cook (Redruth), Ben Hilton (Cornish All Blacks); Chris Fuca (Redruth), Tom Rawlings (Cornish All Blacks), Barry John Chapman (Cornish All Blacks)
Replacements: Richard Brown (Redruth), Jamal Ford-Robinson (Cambridge Union), Bryn Jenkins (Cornish All Blacks), Tony Whittle (Famouth), Steve Johns (Birmingham Solihull Bees), Sam Parsons (Redruth), Matt Shepherd (St Austell).
Reserves: Rupert Freestone (Clifton), Joel Matavesi (Camborne)
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