Senior Match Reports

Senior Match Reports (117)

Chiefs & Wanderers

Saturday, 15 September 2001 22:46

Tetley Bitter Cup: Chiefs 15 Saltash 87

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A minute's silence was held in memory of the people who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks earlier in the week.


Saturday, 20 September 2003 23:49

Argaum Tigers 26 Civil Service II 45

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TRIES from centre Nicky Dunne, winger Nick Coles and back row player Kev White gave Civil a 19-nil half-time lead after coach Danny Avery potted the conversions from scrum half.

Saturday, 27 September 2003 23:47

Devon 2: Argaum Chiefs 10 Salcombe 20

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Salcombe took a 13-point interval lead against the slope in a close-run match at Roborough. Winger Lee King and Mark Lidstone scored the tries with full back Lidstone adding a penalty.

ARGAUM chose to make their league fixture a double-header and put the additional Lockie Cup fixture into their match with Old Technicians.

Saturday, 25 October 2003 23:36

Devon 2 - Plymouth Argaum...19 Plympton Victoria...34

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THE Chiefs' preparations for their match with Plympton were hit by availability problems, but their disrupted side still got the first points on the board from centre Phil Hall, with Steve Tomlinson converting.

Saturday, 01 November 2003 23:35

Devon 2 - St Columba Torpoint 22 Argaum Chiefs 22

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IT WAS undecided after 80 minutes at Defiance Field where St Columba gave up an early lead and fought back to take a draw in the final stages.

Saturday, 08 November 2003 23:31

Devon 2 - Argaum Chiefs 12 Dartmouth 71

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CENTRE Nick Obolensky hit the Chiefs with two early tries, as the Argaum side struggled again with selection problems.

Saturday, 29 November 2003 23:29

Combination Merit Table: Argaum Tigers 24 OPM IV 15

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BOTH sides said how well young referee Richard Harding had controlled the game.

Argaum's tries came from Paul Venkort (2), Mike Louise and Richard Browning, conversions by Steve Tomlinson.

OPMs' tries came from Matt Turner and Tom Pearson, and there was also a penalty and conversion by Giles Phillips.

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