Up to 20,000 Cornish rugby fans are heading to Twickenham this weekend for the County Championship final.
Trelawny’s Army are leaving the county in droves to see Cornwall take on Lancashire tomorrow.
The Cornish side were beaten by the northerners in the final last year.
If the boys in gold and black win the title it would see them pick up the Bill Beaumont Cup for the first time since 1999.
Ahead of welcoming the team to the famous stadium tomorrow, the army of fans are meeting at the Cabbage Patch Pub in Twickenham at 10.30am for ‘choir practice’ before the big match.
The final is being shown live on SKY TV and kicks off at 12.15pm.
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