Penryn 39pts

Old Dunstonians 0pts

Old Dunstonians started their 70th Easter tour of Cornwall at The Memorial Ground where there was the traditional wreath laying and minute's silence at the Memorial gates before the kick off.

Lynn Richards, wife of Alan Richards, played the last post and this added solemnity to the occasion as Penryn RFC once again honoured those members who had given their lives in two world wars.

The Old Boys have had a good season, culminating in their semi final appearance in the Powergen Vase, and brought a far weaker team than usual. This coupled with Borough's cup-tie on Saturday, meant that the Ist XV were not at full strength.

However, the home side proved too strong for the visitors and ran out winners by 39 points to nil. Ryan Kitchener opened the scoring after five minutes after a three quarter move, followed closely by an Alan Richards try and a penalty goal from Paul Bannister.

Twenty minutes into the half Simon Allen crossed again and this time Paul Bannister had no problems with the conversion. A Carl Morbey try completed the first half scores and Borough changed ends with a 25 point lead.

The second half was contested much more closely and Borough had only two scores, a try from the threes right after the kick off and a penalty try after 20 minutes when OD's collapsed the scrum when a pushover try was certain.