Roseland let it slip against Students

Roseland 18 – Camborne School of Mines 27

On Saturday Roseland welcomed Camborne School of Mines to Philleigh for the opening fixture of the 2018-19 Tribute Cornwall One season.
With yet another reshuffling of the league structure all rugby until now had been cup or friendlies so it was time to lay a marker for the season.

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Roseland start with a Bang

Camborne School of Mines 18 – Roseland 30

The first Saturday in January saw the return of league rugby for Roseland.
Having made the top 8 of the Cornwall League pre-Christmas Roseland are now in the Cornwall One League and have 14 weeks of back to back league action.
They opened their league campaign with a visit to Penryn RFC to play Camborne School of Mines.

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Roseland Fall Agonisingly Short

Camborne School of Mines 12 – Roseland 10

On Saturday Roseland travelled the short distance to Penryn RFC to take on Camborne School of Mines (CSM) in the Tribute Cornwall League. The pitch and the weather were near perfect for running rugby despite the moderate breeze blowing down the pitch from the Mabe end.

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May brace sees Roseland complete the Double

Camborne School of Mines 5 – Roseland 24

On a wet and windy February afternoon Roseland travelled to Penryn to play Camborne School of Mines for the first of the second half of fixtures.
Following last weeks disappointing defeat to St Agnes, Roseland were keen to bounce back against the opposition they had defeated in early January.

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Camborne School of Mines 43 – Roseland 15

A frustrating game on Saturday that we could have/should have won, if wasn’t for a string of mistakes that Camborne successfully capitalised upon.

The best news from the game was that we scored 3 good tries – Will Taff going over for one, Ryan Harris with another, and the third – I missed who scored that one!

The worst news of the game was that for the second week running one of the team spent the evening in A&E – we all wish Ed Llewellyn a speedy recovery from his broken leg. And it was great to see Rhys popping along despite his concussion to cheer the team on.

Penultimate league game of the season Saturday 17th (don’t worry there’s a cup to play after the league finishes), and it’s a must-win, can-win, should-win game against Helston at Philleigh at 2.30. See you all there

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