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S4C website and the Rugby Paper
Discussion started by AggiePirate , 01 September, 2019 16:57
S4C website and the Rugby Paper
AggiePirate 01 September, 2019 16:57
Brief interview with Chris Sterling on the S4C site, under the blog heading. I don't do links, sadly, but easy to find!
This leads to an article in the Rugby Paper with Paul Durkin re the stadium and the Mennaye, worth a look.

I couldn't find anything about any of this on the offy site mind you....

Re: S4C website and the Rugby Paper
Geoff DC 01 September, 2019 21:36
Aggie - Info on how to link has been here for years & dead simple

Always listed under useful Linking For Dummies (Sm60)



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 01/09/2019 22:04 by Geoff DC.

Re: S4C website and the Rugby Paper
Geoff DC 02 September, 2019 13:35
Found the article on The Rugby Paper Website:

Cornish Pirates are going full steam ahead to be playing at the new Stadium for Cornwall in Truro three years from now but they will not be abandoning their current home at the Mennaye Field.

This summer Pirates have laid new playing and training pitches at the Mennaye and chairman Paul Durkin says that even when the new 6,000-capacity ground dream becomes reality they will still be using their current home in Penzance as a training and administrative base


Continued At: Mennaye Field remains at the heart of Cornish Pirates plans

Re: S4C website and the Rugby Paper
artee 02 September, 2019 13:46
The post is an extract from The Rugby Paper, Sunday 01/09/2019
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Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 02/09/2019 18:23 by artee.


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