Cornwall visit Devon in the annual pre-county championship Tamar Cup fixture tonight. The cup tie takes place at Plymouth Albion’s Brickfields, 1930ko.

Cornwall won the cup 24-12 at St Austell RFC last season.

Devon starting 15 Charlie Briant (Ivybridge RFC) 14 Billy Pinkus (Ivybridge) 13 Rhys Palmer (Okehampton RFC) 12 Mitch Pinkus (Brixham RFC) 11 Kieran Lee (Okehampton) 10 Tom Putt (Newton Abbot RFC) 9 Ben Watts (Ivybridge) 1 Matt Dorwick (Newton Abbot) 2 Dean Avery (Newton Abbot) 3 Charlie Tribble (Exmouth RFC) 4 Tim Coats (Plymstock Albion Oaks RFC) 5 Karl Pearce (Okehampton) 6 Tom McGratton (Okehampton) 7 Ben King (Ivybridge) 8 Caleb Sampson (Barnstaple RFC)
Replacements Gaz Walker (Cullompton RFC) Aiden Taylor (Plymstock Albion Oaks) Olly Schuster-Wood (Cullompton) Tom Bottoms (Newton Abbot) Dean Abrams (Okehampton) Peli Vea (Sidmouth RFC) Jacob Nash (Taunton RFC) Lewis Paterson (Ivybridge) Connor Bedwell (Brixham) Jake Neville (OPM RFC) Josh Luxon (Cullompton) Jordan Watson (Brixham) Jake Prophett-O’Neill (Withycombe RFC) Ryan Lee (Okehampton)

Cornwall starting 15
 Matt Shepherd (Plymouth Albion RFC) 14. Kyle Spear (Bude RFC) 13. Declan Matthews (Camborne RFC) 12. Jon Drew (Plymouth Albion) 11. Harvey Bell (Camborne) 10. Fraser Honey (Plymouth Albion) 9. Noah Nash (Barnstaple RFC) 1. Dan Job (Lanner RFC) 2. Tommy-Lee Southworth (Camborne) 3. Andrius Zacharovas (Camborne) 4. Ben Hilton (Barnstaple, capt) 5. Rupert Edwards (Wadebridge Camels RFC) 6. Adam Hughes (Penryn RFC) 7. Tony Whittle (Camborne) 8. Grant Randlesome (Penryn)

Replacements 16. Hugh Noot (St. Austell) 17. Miles Davey (St. Austell) 18. Ben Nicholson (St. Austell) 19. Dan Sanderson (Falmouth Eagles RFC) 20. Lewis Wells (Saltash RFC) 21. George Jones (Penryn) 22. Darren Livett (Wadebridge Camels) 23. Taron Peacock (Camborne) 24. Fraser Nottle (St. Austell) 25. Rhys Brownfield (Camborne)

• Gloucester United’s Premiership Rugby Shield home clash against Harlequins will now take place this Saturday not on Easter Monday as previously advertised.

The fixture - which kicks off at 1500 - is the final fixture in Gloucester United’s season, as they bid to build on wins over Bristol Bears and Bath United.

• Bath centre Orlando Bailey scored two first half tries as England Under 18s opened their Six Nations Festival campaign with a 38-20 win over Wales at Hartpury RFC.

Bailey’s Bath Rugby Academy and Beechen Cliff School team-mate John Stewart scored a second half try for England, who play Ireland at Worcester’s Sixways Stadium on Wednesday (1340ko). 

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