The 1920s (9)
Results - let alone reports - are hard to come by, mostly narrow defeats, 5-6 Bere Alston, 3-8 RN Depot, 3-6 Kingsbridge (Wakeham's try), Plympton 5-7 (Ward try, Beer conversion), North Tawton 0-11 and, at the end of the year Buckfastleigh 0-0 played in a deluge.
Some five or six members departed with George to found the OPM side and the departure of this number of players did not enhance the seasons prospects, however with a side of Boyes, Johns, Willcocks, Mills, Blight, Paul, Westlake, Keen, Martin, Elliott, Sloggett, Thomas, Percy, Beer and Brooks they mounted the first hurdle
This season saw the revival - after almost 30 years - of a 2nd XV, who celebrated their resurgence with a 14-0 win over Plympton Juniors meanwhile the first team faced somewhat more formidable opposition at Falmouth "attractive play" being a feature of Argaum's visit nevertheless the club went down by a margin of 6-0.
The team photograph shows that uncompromising character Vic Brooks as captain, H Ward his vice and includes such characters as Freddy Blight, Harold Sloggett, Alf Beer the Mills brothers (W and A) George Perry, Leslie Paul and Bill Westlake.