The Junior section started on Sunday October 26th with 16 youngsters taking part. Although initially advertised for Under 9s, 10s and 11s other age-groups turned up.
The Argaum End of Season Dinner & Dance was held at The Cooperage on 22nd May.
Plymouth Argaum rounded up their season with an emphatic 45-0 win over a spririted Totnes in a club match at Bickleigh Down.
It was with great sadness that the club learned that Life President Tom Hitchins passed away yesterday, aged 88.
The trophy cabinet at Moorlands Lane will today be filled with spoils from the RNEC and Pedrick Cups as Saltash first and second teams head back across the Tamar. Ashes' second-string overawed Argaum Wanderers with a 45-5 scoreline which included a hat-trick for centre Matt Simmonds.
The Chiefs' scrummaging found the better of visitors North Tawton, who waited until the close of the first half to offer any kind of resistance.
Civil coach Danny Avery conceded, "It was not what we expected and hat's off to Argaum, who defended heroically."
St Columba are through to the final of the RNEC Cup and a date with Saltash at The Rectory next month after grinding down Argaum in their semi-final.
NO surprises at Roborough where in-form Rock Fort piled up the points against Argaum.
Tigers ended an era by winning their last match under that name.