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Shepherd heading to Twickenham

By Gareth Rowett 25th May 2016

Shepherd heading to Twickenham
OFF TO TWICKERS: Former St Austell skipper Matt Shepherd

Former St Austell captain Matt Shepherd will start at full-back for Cornwall on Sunday as they look to retain the Bill Beaumont Trophy for the first time in the competition’s history. Cornwall are heading to Twickenham for the final for the second year in a row after a hard fought win 32-14 against Surrey. A hat trick for fly half...

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