Camborne RFC - The Recreation Ground

The Recreation Ground

Camborne is one of the grounds used by the Cornish rugby team and has hosted many notable international sides including the New Zealand 'All Blacks' in 1905, 1924 and 1953, Australia in 1908, 1947 and 1967, South Africa 1960, United States 1977 and numerous other touring sides such as the South African Barbarians and Canterbury (NZ). In 2006 it was agreed to ground share the Recreation Ground with National Championship League team the Cornish Pirates and the ground has undergone major reburbishment including a new stand for the 2007-8 season. This arrangement has now ceased and the Pirates have returned to play at Morrab Road in Penzance.

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