PENRYN captain George Jones says he never imagined he would get the chance to play at Twickenham.

The flanker has featured in all of Cornwall’s County Championship games this season and keeps his place on the openside for Sunday’s final against Lancashire.

His inclusion with the Duchy squad comes after an impressive season with the Tribute Western Counties West club and the 26-year-old said the whole experience has been great.

Jones said: “Playing at Twickenham is not something I’d ever thought I’d do, so it is a real treat and an honour.

“Since I was named as part of the Cornwall squad, I have had loads of text messages from people at Penryn and it has been a bit overwhelming to get that much support.

“It is an honour to put on the Penryn shirt and the Cornwall shirt and something I’ve always dreamed of doing both.

“I’ve had to raise my game around the county squad and when I get back to Penryn, my time spent here is going to give me that other little incentive to help get the boys up to where we should be.”