27 May 2022
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Miriam Leyshon


Cornwall RLFC lose 0-20 against West Wales Raiders at the Memorial Ground

Ahead of Cornwall RLFC’s third home game against the West Wales Raiders on 15 May, head coach Neil Kelly predicted “another tough afternoon at...

“Go on Cornwall!”: Cornwall RLFC play the Rochdale Hornets in second home game

The rain came in at 12:30 PM half an hour before kick-off. Not heavy enough to make the car’s windscreen wipers go crazy, but...

Cornwall RLFC plays the Midland Hurricanes in historic inaugural home match

For the second time in the game’s 127 year history, Cornwall’s rugby league team took to the pitch in the gold and black colours...

Why changes to parkrun’s dog policy have led to calls for a barkrun

At the end of February, parkrun announced changes to its dog policy which will come into effect from Saturday 2 April. The changes will...

Race report: Run Falmouth Half Marathon 2022

On Sunday 13 March, runners from across Cornwall and the country, gathered in the carpark of Ships and Castles leisure centre to run the 13.1 miles of the Falmouth Half Marathon!

Penryn Campus parkrun celebrates International Women’s Day

Women's involved in organised sport is beginning to grow - what is being done and what else could be done to encourage more women to get involved?

A student guide to winter running in Cornwall

Running is a year-round sport and doesn't require any particular meteorological conditions - although a clear sky, cool breeze, dry pavements, and un-boggy trails are preferable. The winter need not stop us running, so here's a guide to winter running in Cornwall!

RED January 2022: my last 31 days of exercise

Can being active every day for an entire change not just your physical health but your mental health too?