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Wadebridge Camels

Wadebridge Camels
Full name Wadebridge Camels RFC
Founded 1955 (1955)
Location Wadebridge, United Kingdom
Ground(s) Molesworth Field (Capacity: 500 (None Seated))
League(s) Tribute South West 1 West
Official website
.uk.co.wadebridgecamelsrfcwww

Wadebridge Camels RFC is a rugby union club based in Wadebridge, Cornwall and has been in existence since 1955. They currently play in the Tribute South West 1 West league having won promotion from the Tribute Western Counties West division by beating Tribute Western Counties North runners-up Thornbury RFC by 25 points to 21 at the end of the 2009–10 season. In what proved to be a very successful season for the Camels, Wadebridge followed up their promotion by winning the Skinners Cornwall Cup final for the second time in three years by beating defending champions St Ives by 26 points to 21.

2008/2009 EDF Energy National Trophy

The Camels qualified for the competition by winning the Cornwall cup.[1] The club was unfortunately knocked out in the third round by Tynedale. Wadebridge Camels under 16's tour 2010 proved to be an amazing success, also in co-operation with Premier Inn Hotels.

England Counties Squad

  • Zac Cinnamond – England Counties (U20) tour to [2]

References

  1. ^ http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/rugby_union/article5333510.ece
  2. ^ "England Counties U20s squad announced for Georgia fixtures". RFU. Retrieved 4 May 2013. 

External links

  • www.WadebridgeCamelsRFC.co.uk
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