TONIGHT will see the final senior match of Falmouth Rugby Club's 150th anniversary taking place between Cornwall President's XV and Falmouth President's XV.

Past players and various members of other clubs will make up the Cornwall XV, with newly elected president, Paul Radmore, putting out his own XV for the game which will take place At Falmouth Rugby Club and kick-off at 18:45. 

Falmouth Rugby Club is also proud to announce that for only the fourth time in its 150-year history, it will be the host of the Cornwall RFU Finals Day on Saturday, April 22. 

The first game in the Cornwall RFU finals will be the Duchy Shield which sees Saltash Rugby Club 2s take on Hakes - St Ives RFC 2s, kicking off at 11 am on Tregenver Pitch 2.

Then comes the Senior Duchy Shield which sees Bude Rugby Club 2s battle it out against Wadebridge 2s at The Rec with kick-off at 12 pm. 

Following on from the first two Duchy Finals, the next game to be played will be the Papa Johns Cup quarter finals between the Falmouth Rugby Eagles and the Alton RFC Silverbacks. The game will be played on The Rec with kick-off at 2pm. 

Keeping this jam-packed day of rugby going is the Duchy Cup game between Veor RFC 2'S and St Austell Spartans RFC 2s, which will also take place on The Rec and kick-off at 4pm.

The fifth and final game being held on this super-Saturday at Falmouth Rugby Club is the Senior Duchy Cup.

The game will see Redruth RFC 2s face off against St Austell Sinners RFC 2s on The Rec with kick-off at 6pm.

Club chairman John Bulloch told The Packet: "It's a real day of Cornish rugby at The Rec, and it's a real privilege that Cornwall RFU has allowed us to host these games as part of our 150th anniversary.

"The clubhouse will be open all day and there will be a barbecue flashed up for spectators. So, there's a great day of rugby ahead of us on Saturday. 

"And hopefully, a win will see us into the final of the Papa Johns Cup

Entry at the gate will be £5 and under 16s are free.

The action-packed weekend follows on from another last week where the club's One & All 2XV were also in force over on the Tregenver Pitch playing out a Duchy Cup Semi Final against St Austell Spartans 3XV, who eventually won 15 - 36.

After a very successful season for the One & All having won the Merit 4 League they were chasing the double, however, "The Spartans" came out on top in a pulsating semi-final to secure their place in the Duchy Cup Final.