Graham Dawe guides Cornwall to first County Championship success for 16 years
Plymouth Albion / Rugby

Graham Dawe guides Cornwall to first County Championship success for 16 years

GRAHAM DAWE guided Cornwall to only their fourth County Championship success – and first for 16 years – on Sunday when they beat Lancashire 18-13 at Twickenham. The Duchy had been beaten in the last two finals by Lancashire but they dominated this year’s final to deservedly lift the Bill Beaumont Cup. The last time … Continue reading

Plymouth Devils postpone meeting with Scunthorpe
Plymouth Devils

Plymouth Devils postpone meeting with Scunthorpe

PLYMOUTH Devils’ Premier League match with Scunthorpe, scheduled for Saturday evening, has been postponed due to the forecast of heavy rain. Co-promoter Ashley Taylor said: “Rain was due to start at around 5pm and the forecast for the rest of the evening is horrendous. “Bearing in mind the distance involved with travelling for the Scunthorpe … Continue reading

Henry Slade and Luke Cowan-Dickie start for England against Barbarians
Plymouth Albion / Rugby

Henry Slade and Luke Cowan-Dickie start for England against Barbarians

FORMER Plymouth Albion players Henry Slade and Luke Cowan-Dickie have been named in England’s starting line-up for their non-cap international against the Barbarians at Twickenham on Sunday (3pm). The match is being played after Cornwall’s County Championship final against Lancashire (12noon). Former Plymouth College pupil Slade will start at centre, with Cowan-Dickie lining up at … Continue reading

Plymouth Devils bid for a third successive home victory
Plymouth Devils

Plymouth Devils bid for a third successive home victory

PLYMOUTH Devils will be looking for their third successive home win in the Premier League when they meet Scunthorpe at the St Boniface Arena on Saturday evening (7.15pm). The Devils will be without Jack Holder, who will be riding in a qualifying round of the World under-21 championship. They operate rider replacement with new signing Todd … Continue reading

John Sheridan says Argyle are in a ‘far stronger position’ than when he arrived
Argyle / Football

John Sheridan says Argyle are in a ‘far stronger position’ than when he arrived

JOHN SHERIDAN believes he has left Plymouth Argyle in a far stronger position than when he arrived in January 2013. The former Republic of Ireland international said goodbye to the League Two club on Thursday evening after expressing a wish to return to the north of England. Sheridan had narrowly failed to guide the Pilgrims … Continue reading