A SURFER was rescued off Sennen Beach this afternoon after reportedly dislocating his shoulder while out at sea.
Police received a call just before 3.30pm after a member of the public spotted a man in trouble from the cliff top.
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It is hoped thousands will line the route of the Victory Bus tour, organised by Penzance Town Council and Humphry Davy School with support from The Cornishman.
Helen will be joined by friends, family, local sporting figures and torch bearers, as well as Humphry Davy Brass Band, on the First bus, which will leave Newlyn at 11.30am on Sunday, August 19.
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Moseley 26 - Cornish Pirates 26
A try from Moseley wing Jack Pons and Brad Davies' subsequent touchline conversion in the fifth minute of second half stoppage time denied the Cornish Pirates a third successive win of the new season.
The result was a huge disappointment for the Pirates who fought back from eight points behind early in the second half to lead 26-19 with the game in its final phase. But a dogged Moseley pack stuck to their route-one principles and carved out a gap for Pons to wriggle through and sco... read more
THERE will be no shortage of belief when Porthleven get their Carlsberg South West Peninsula League campaign under way against Truro City this weekend.
Despite last season's bottom half finish, manager Kevin Richards has revealed how there is an abundance of confidence within his young squad.
And in what promises to be yet another wide open title race in division one west, Richards admitted: "They don't fear anybody. In fact the players seem to have more ambition than I do, and they really believe they can beat... read more
August 18th, 2010
Young sportsmen and women from across Cornwall were given their chance to shine during an exhausting day's schedule of racing in the Duchy.
Hayle Pilot Gig Club again hosted the Under-14 Championships, which saw nearly 30 teams from the county — and one from Devon — compete during a packed programme of events for the top trophy.
There was joy for Looe, who had to come through four heats before winning the final, ahead of Newquay in second and Fowey in third.
But orga... read more
The Cornish Pirates will return to their spiritual home at the Mennaye Field, Penzance for the new Championship season after the unexpected termination of their ground-share deal with Camborne RFC to use the Recreation Ground.
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