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Launceston v Argaum Colts 12/12/09, Argaum's second half try.
This match was closer than the score suggests and Tigers will be dissapointed that they didn't make more of playing down the slope in the first half.
Missing several regulars Plymouth Argaum Under14s were only able to take a bare 15 to a rain-soaked Lankelly-Fowey but they gave a good account of themselves in this 3 way match.
Argaum Tigers U13 v Totnes & Launceston (08/01/06)
Plymouth Argaum started the new year with this triangular fixture which saw them running out comfortable winners in both matches.
Launceston U13s: v Plymouth Argaum (11/12/05)
Plymouth Argaum travelled to Polson Bridge last Sunday, well prepared for a tough encounter. However, from the very first minute of the game, when Connor Gallagher stormed the length of the pitch to score his first of 3 brilliant tries, Argaum dominated most of the play.
LAUNCESTON SUNDAY 6TH NOVEMBER 2005
What a great day at Launceston, pity we didn't win but it was close. 15 minutes before we got to the ground the river broke it's banks and flooded the pitches we were to play on, but the Launceston boys quickly rearranged the pitch layout and we got underway on time.
The speed and dash of their " threes" paved the way for Argaum's victory at Roborough by a goal and five tries to one try. Launceston dominated the lineout during the first half, and after Pooley's opening try levelled the score through Hitchins. The Cornish club's defence fell away when Magill cut through the centre to score and convert, and further tries were added by Sugden (2), Dunne, and Griffiths. Argaum's pack decisive.
Argaum gain close win in a scrappy game!
Loose forward rushes predominated in a rather scrappy game at Roborough which Argaum won by a goal and three tries to a pnealty goal and a try. The cornish club has the misfortune to lose their hooker but generaly lacked finishing power. Canham, Pearce, Mahoney and Major scored tries for Plymouth, Hayter converting one. For Launceston Cumming got an opportunist try in the second half to which Shaddick added a penalty goal. Lake was the pick of the loser's backs.
ARGAUM A run up 43 POINTS
ARGAUM were far too strong for their Cornish visitors and scored a runaway victory at Roborough by two goals and eleven tries to nil. Launceston were unlucky to lose Sharp with a fractured ankle, but could find no answer to the neat inter-passing movements of the home threes. Tries were registered by Whiting (4), Gilbey (4), Littler (2), Gibson (2) and Timoney. Bennett who excelled in the line-outs converted two.