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CRFU Cornwall Clubs Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

CRFU Cornwall Clubs Cup
SportRugby Union
Instituted1897; 122 years ago (1897)
Number of teams4 (Clubs Cup only)
Country England
HoldersNewquay Hornets (4th title) (2018–19)
Most titlesIllogan Park, Helston, Wadebridge Camels (6 titles)
WebsiteCornish RFU

The CRFU Cornwall Clubs Cup (currently sponsored by Tribute Ales[1]) is an annual rugby union knock-out cup club competition organised by the Cornwall Rugby Football Union. First played for in 1897 but only regularly since 1971. It is open to teams based in Cornwall and play in the Cornish regional divisions (tiers 9 and 10 in the English league system). It is the third highest ranked cup competition in the county after the Cornwall Super Cup and Cornwall Cup.

For the 2016–17 season the competition format has changed. There are now four competitions which take place after the Cornwall League 1 and 2 seasons have finished. The competitions are as follows:

Each competition will have a group stage starting in April, with each team playing each other once and the top 2 sides qualifying for the final at a neutral venue in May.[2] At present all four Cornwall Clubs finals are played at the same venue and on the same date.

CRFU Cornwall Clubs Cup

CRFU Cornwall Clubs Cup Honours
Season Champion Score Runners–up Venue Cup Name/Sponsor
1897–98 Newlyn Cornwall Junior Cup
1898–99 Newlyn Cornwall Junior Cup
1899–1971 No competition for 72 years
1971–72[3] Bude 18 – 16 RNAS Culdrose Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1972–73[4][5] Wadebridge Camels 11 – 3 Illogan Park Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1973–74[5] RNAS Culdrose 11 – 10 Wadebridge Camels Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1974–75[5] Illogan Park 12 – 9 Liskeard-Looe Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1975–76[5] Wadebridge Camels 12 – 3 Redruth GSOB Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1976–77[5] Wadebridge Camels 20 – 3 Saltash Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1977–78[5] Wadebridge Camels 16 – 0 Saltash Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1978–79[3][5] Illogan Park 15 – 3 Bude Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1979–80[5] Liskeard-Looe 16 – 4 Bodmin Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1980–81[5] Helston 18 – 8 Bodmin Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1981–82[5] Saltash 15 – 6 Camborne School of Mines Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1982–83[5] Illogan Park 12 – 6 Saltash Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1983–84[5][4] Bodmin 13 – 3 Illogan Park Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1984–85[5][3] Helston 11 – 3 Bude Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1985–86[6] Helston 11 – 6 St Agnes Recreation Ground, Redruth Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1986–87[5] Illogan Park 9 – 6 Bodmin Cornwall Junior Knockout Cup
1987–88[5] Helston 22 – 10 Liskeard-Looe Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1988–89[5] Helston 23 – 12 Liskeard-Looe Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1989–90[3] Veor 9 – 8 Bude Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1990–91[5] Helston 13 – 0 St Austell Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1991–92[5] Falmouth 22 – 3 Bodmin Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1992–93[5] Wadebridge Camels 17 – 9 Helston Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1993–94[3] Saltash 16 – 13 Bude Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1994–95[6][5] Redruth Albany 41 – 10 St Agnes Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1995–96[5] Illogan Park 16 – 16[a 1] Helston Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1996–97[7] Perranporth 19 – 10 Illogan Park Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1997–98[7] Illogan Park 19 – 0 Roseland Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1998–99[6][7] Bodmin 25 – 20 St Agnes Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
1999–00[7] Perranporth 16 – 12 Bodmin Cornwall Junior Knockout Plate
2000–01[7] Wadebridge Camels 55 – 10 Mounts Bay Cornwall Clubs Cup
2001–02[3] Bude 18 – 10 Perranporth Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2002–03[8] Falmouth 23 – 14 Mounts Bay Recreation Ground, Redruth Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2003–04[9] Liskeard-Looe 29 – 8 Bodmin St Clements Hill, Truro Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2004–05[10] St Austell 11 – 9 Perranporth St Clements Hill, Truro Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2005–06[11] Newquay Hornets 17–3 Illogan Park St Clements Hill, Truro Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2006–07[12] Liskeard-Looe 23 – 3 Roseland Recreation Ground, Camborne Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2007–08[13] Newquay Hornets 33 – 8 Saltash Tregorrick Park, St Austell Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2008–09[14] Stithians 33 – 15 Bodmin Tregorrick Park, St Austell Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2009–10[15] Roseland 23 – 18 Helston Recreation Ground, Camborne Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2010–11[16] Pirates Amateurs 7 – 5 Veor Recreation Ground, Redruth Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2011–12[17] Saltash 51 – 0 St Just The Memorial Ground, Penryn Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2012–13[18] Veor 19 – 7 Stithians The Memorial Ground, Penryn Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2013–14[19] Liskeard-Looe 29 – 17 Perranporth Recreation Ground, Redruth Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2014–15[20] Veor 10 – 7 Lanner St Clements Hill, Truro[21] Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2015–16[22] Lanner 23 – 8 Veor Tregorrick Park, St Austell[23] Skinner's Brewery Cornwall Clubs Cup
2016–17[24] Newquay Hornets 17 – 8 Liskeard-Looe Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Cup
2017–18[25] Liskeard-Looe 33 – 12 Newquay Hornets Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Cup
2018–19[26] Newquay Hornets 23 – 21 Veor St Clements Hill, Truro Tribute Cornwall Clubs Cup

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Cornwall Clubs Plate Finals

Cornwall Clubs Plate Finals
Season Winner Score Runners–up Venue Name
2016–17[24] Helston 21 – 19 Roseland Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Plate
2017–18[25] St Agnes 28 – 19 Illogan Park Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Plate
2018–19[26] St Agnes 55 – 7 Roseland St Clements Hill, Truro Tribute Cornwall Clubs Vase

Cornwall Clubs Vase Finals

Cornwall Clubs Vase Finals
Season Winner Score Runners–up Venue Name
2016–17[24] Illogan Park 10 – 3 Stithians Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Vase
2017–18[25] Lankelly-Fowey 24 – 20 Stithians Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Vase
2018–19[26] Perranporth 24 – 3 St Just St Clements Hill, Truro Tribute Cornwall Clubs Vase

Cornwall Clubs Shield Finals

Cornwall Clubs Shield Finals
Season Winner Score Runners–up Venue Name
2016– 17[24] Perranporth 32 – 8 Redruth Albany Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Shield
2017–18[25] Perranporth 49 – 12 Redruth Albany Clifden Park, Bodmin Tribute Cornwall Clubs Shield
2018–19[26] Stithians 34 – 19 Redruth Albany St Clements Hill, Truro Tribute Cornwall Clubs Shield

Number of wins

1897–98

1897–98 Cornish Junior League[28]
Pos Team Played Won Draw Lost Goals for Tries for Goals against Tries against Pts Notes
1 Redruth A 12 8 1 3 13 24 1 9 23 [a 3]
2 Penzance A 12 8 2 2 7 13 5 6 21 [a 4]
3 Newlyn 11 5 4 3 2 13 3 9 15 [a 5]
4 Tuckingmill 13 5 5 3 3 9 2 8 15
5 Hayle 12 6 1 5 6 7 8 13 15
6 Camborne A 12 3 0 9 3 6 8 17 8
7 Truro 11 2 1 9 2 8 6 9 5
8 Camborne Mining School A 5 0 0 5 0 2 3 14 0 [a 6]

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 2 points for a win
  • 1 points for a draw
  • 0 points for a loss

1898–99

1898–99 Cornish Junior Rugby Table[29]
Pos Team Played Won Draw Lost Points for Points against Pts Notes
1 Newlyn 9 7 0 2 72 13 20 [a 7]
2 Penzance A 9 7 1 1 56 21 17
3 Falmouth Juniors 8 5 2 1 54 23 11
4 Redruth Juniors 10 4 2 4 58 45 10
5 Tuckingmill 8 1 2 5 12 33 4
6 Camborne A 10 1 1 8 14 93 3
7 Truro 7 0 2 5 6 55 2 [a 8]

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 2 points for a win
  • 1 points for a draw
  • 0 points for a loss

1904–05

1904–05 Cornish Third Class Competition (top four)[30]
Pos Team Played Won Draw Lost Points for Points against Pts Notes
1 Falmouth Fearnots 20 16 3 1 35
2 Lanner 24 11 6 7 28
3 Falmouth Juniors 19 12 3 4 27
4 Redruth Rangers 19 10 2 7 22

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 2 points for a win
  • 1 points for a draw
  • 0 points for a loss
Notes

Notes

  1. ^ Illogan Park won the 1995–96 final by 2 tries to 1.
  2. ^ Parent club of Penzance/Newlyn (now Cornish Pirates).
  3. ^ Redruth protested against an infringement of the rules by Penzance on 25 September 1897. By the casting vote of the chairman of the CRFU the points were taken from Penzance and awarded to Redruth
  4. ^ Newlyn played an ineligible man on 27 December 1897 and 1 January 1898. Newlyn lost three points and Penzance gained three points
  5. ^ Hayle failed to play Newlyn on 30 November 1887 and the points were awarded to Newlyn
  6. ^ The students did not complete their fixtures and their opponents were awarded the points
  7. ^ Falmouth played ineligible players and the points were awarded to Newlyn
  8. ^ Truro failed to complete their games and the points were awarded to their opponents

See also

References

  1. ^ "TRIBUTE ALE SPONSORSHIPS". St Austell Brewery. 20 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Tribute Cornwall Clubs Cup, Plate, Bowl & Shield 2016/17". Cornwall RFU. 28 July 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d e f "History - Bude Town Rugby Football Club". Bude RFC. 23 March 2015.
  4. ^ a b "OBITUARY: Eric Eckersall, Redruth". West Briton. 4 April 2015.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Cornwall Rugby Football Union Official Handbook and Byelaws 1996–97. Cornwall RFU. 1996.
  6. ^ a b c "History » St Agnes RFC: THROUGH THE DECADES". St Agnes RFC. 23 March 2015.
  7. ^ a b c d e Cornwall RFU Official Handbook 2012–13. Cornwall RFU. 2012. pp. 125–6.
  8. ^ "The 2002-2003 league season". Trelawny's Army. 23 March 2015.
  9. ^ "The Senior Leagues 2003-2004". Trelawny's Army. 23 March 2015.
  10. ^ "The Senior Leagues 2004-05". Trelawny's Army. 23 March 2015.
  11. ^ "Cup most likely route to success for 'Park'". Falmouth Packet. 10 August 2007.
  12. ^ "Roseland beaten after great effort". Falmouth Packet. 11 April 2007. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2015-03-23.
  13. ^ "Newquay Hornets - 33 vs. Saltash - 8". Saltash Rugby. 5 April 2008.
  14. ^ "Roberts proud of depleted Bodmin". West Briton. 15 April 2009.
  15. ^ "Southworth's delight at Roseland double". West Briton. 6 May 2010.
  16. ^ "Amateurs get sweet revenge win". West Briton. 5 May 2011.
  17. ^ "Tigers mauled by red-hot Ashes in one-sided final". Cornishman. 12 April 2012.
  18. ^ "Veor add Cornwall Clubs' Cup to league success". West Briton. 30 March 2013.
  19. ^ "Liskeard-Looe lift Cornwall Clubs' Cup with victory against battling Perranporth". West Briton. 5 May 2014.
  20. ^ "Veor edge out Lanner to lift Cornwall Clubs' Cup". West Briton. 4 May 2015. Archived from the original on 14 August 2015. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
  21. ^ "Rugby: Veor to meet local rivals Lanner in Cornwall Clubs Cup final - April 23". West Briton. 23 April 2015.
  22. ^ "RUGBY: Lanner earn revenge win to earn their first Tribute Cornwall Clubs' Cup success". West Briton. 2 May 2016.
  23. ^ "Rugby: Veor to meet local rivals Lanner in Cornwall Clubs Cup final". West Briton. 23 April 2016.
  24. ^ a b c d "Cornish Rugby Report with Bill Hooper – Hornets are buzzing; Churcher steps down". Cornish Stuff. 3 May 2017.
  25. ^ a b c d "Clubs finals day a success". Sports Independent. 10 June 2018. p. 65.
  26. ^ a b c d "Tribute Cornwall Clubs Cup Finals". Cornwall RFU. 20 April 2019.
  27. ^ "RESULTS OF CORNWALL CUP COMPETITIONS". Cornwall RFU. Retrieved 21 October 2018.
  28. ^ Impartial (24 March 1898). "Football". The Cornishman (1029). p. 8.
  29. ^ Impartial (20 April 1899). "Football Notes". The Cornishman (1085). p. 6.
  30. ^ "Football". The Cornishman (1402). 18 May 1905. p. 3.

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