Redruth Rugby Football Club will be recognising the work of the NHS throughout the pandemic by allowing staff free admission to the game on On Saturday, November 27.

All NHS staff will be granted free admission to both the ground and the Terry Pryor Stand for the sides National League Two South clash with Worthing Raiders. The kick off for this game is 2:00pm.

All NHS Staff have to do is to present their ID badge at the main gate and free admission will be granted. The team will also be collecting for the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity Trust on the day.

The club has worked incredibly hard with the NHS over the last few months and currently has a Covid Vaccination Clinic in the Sponsors Bar Building as well as accommodating the AAA (Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm) Screening programme for over 60 year olds in the club’s physio room.

There will be entertainment in the main bar with live music from Jack Kessell after the match to round off what the club hopes to be a memorable day.

Redruth are currently leading the National League Two South table level on points with second placed Esher despite playing a game less than their rivals. Redruth have nine wins from their opening ten games of the season, most recently defeating Canterbury 26-22.