Cornish Rebels RLFC and Saltash Essayons RLFC played their South West Mens League fixture today, and in doing so became the first participants in the first ever Cornish Rugby League Derby. Continue reading “FIRST EVERY CORNISH RUGBY LEAGUE DERBY”
Our third annual England Talent Pathway development festival took place today in partnership with St Helens RFC. Continue reading “ENGLAND TALENT PATHWAY FESTIVAL WITH ST HELENS RFC”
Cornish Rebels RLFC wish to echo the sentiments shown by Cornwall Rugby League in the following statement regarding the passing of Martin Roddy MBE. Continue reading “CRL Statement: Martin Roddy MBE”
Cornish Rebels RLFC were delighted to attend the Cornwall School Games Finals day at Penryn College and run the Primary year 5&6 touch rugby league competition. Continue reading “CORNWALL SCHOOL GAMES: TOUCH RL FINALS”
Cornish Rebels RLFC travelled to Newton Abbott RFC to play Teignbridge Trojans and after leading 10-8 at half-time, it was the Trojans who ran out winners after an extremely close second-half.
Final score – Teignbridge 34 – 32 Cornish Rebels
Match report to follow….
The Greenmount Carpet Cornish Rebels started off the 2018 South West League by welcoming new boys Dorset County Giants to The Recreation Ground, Camborne. Continue reading “MATCH REPORT: Cornish Rebels 34 – 28 Dorset County Giants”
A much improved Royal Navy team ran out 6-50 point winners at Camborne in the annual Maritime Shield match, but the Rebels were left with plenty of positives to take from their first game of 2018. Continue reading “Royal Navy take Maritime spoils.”
Cornish Rebels RLFC have announced Camborne-based Greenmount Carpets as principal sponsors once again in 2018.
One of Cornwall’s largest independent carpet retailers, Greenmount have Continue reading “Greenmount Carpets Principal Sponsors for 2018”
Cornwall Council have approved £3m of funding for the Stadium for Cornwall, which should now be match funded by the government to enable construction to begin later this year, for a 2020 opening. Continue reading “Council Approve Stadium Funding”