Penryn Saracens 26, Camborne II 22

Penryn Saracens overcame difficult conditions and a Camborne comeback to record a Duchy League double over 'Town'.

Penryn took the lead with Kirk Oldfield going into the corner for a try, which was converted in some style by Joseph Campbell for a 7-0 lead.

Camborne hit back soon after, but had less luck with their attempted conversion, with Borough's lead cut to 7-5. Ollie Bush came through to put Borough back in front, with Campbell adding another conversion to importantly increase the Penryn lead to nine points at half-time.

The second half saw Camborne come out firing and ran in two tries in quick succession, one of which was converted as they built a 17-14 lead. Crucially, back came Penryn, with Will Paine dotting down and Campbell maintaining his 100% record with conversions as Penryn regained the lead at 21-17. Yet, back came the visitors with their fourth try of the afternoon – but they were unable to convert again, which meant 'Town's' lead was a single point at 22-21. Back came Borough with Kirk Oldfield scoring his second and Penryn’s winning try in the corner. The conversion attempt missed, but in the end it mattered not as Penryn completed a 26-22 victory.

Attached is a photo showing the Penryn squad after the game.

PENRYN SQUAD: Aaron Cockrell, AJ Stanfield, Will Paine, Guy Howson, Matthew Russell, George Mitchell, James Salisbury, Marcus Nelson, Ollie Bush, Joseph Campbell, Dean McInnes, Ethan Tyler, Callum Hinchley, Tom Tierney, Alfie Johns, Jack Nicholls, Jason Jowett, Matt Williams, Kirk Oldfield.

SCORERS: TRIES: Oldfield (2), Bush, Paine. CONVS: Campbell (3).