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Gareth O'Neill
Discussion started by Pirate15 , 31 August, 2020 18:37
Gareth O'Neill
Pirate15 31 August, 2020 18:37
The Cornish Pirates can confirm that Physiotherapist Gareth O’Neill has departed the club, having been appointed in a first team physio role with Premiership side Worcester Warriors.
I would like to thank all involved at Cornish Pirates for making Cornwall feel like a home-from-home for the past three years.
It has been a privilege to have contributed to such an historic Cornish sporting club, make friends for life and meeting so many great people in such a beautiful part of the world. And it was this that made it such a difficult decision.
Opportunities in Premiership rugby are particularly rare, especially in light of the current economic climate, so to be offered a first team physio role and the opportunity to join such a talented support staff and playing group at Worcester Warriors was therefore, incredibly humbling.
Gareth also commented:
The saying ‘Once a Pirate, always a Pirate’ rings true and I’ll continue to support the club and follow its progress.
I am very grateful for my time with Cornish Pirates and wish the team every success for their season ahead and in the club’s future endeavors toward top-flight rugby – where it belongs.
Best wishes to Gareth in his new role and many thanks for all your efforts at the Pirates.

Re: Gareth O'Neill
*Stalwart 01 September, 2020 10:12
Good luck to him. Another example of the value of Championship clubs in the development of off and on field staff.


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