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Cornwall Cougars stage fight back to claw victory from the Woking Blackhawks

Cornwall Cougars

British Wheelchair Basketball Division Four - South

Steve Hillman unleashes his Beasts of Bodmin as Cornwall Cougars stage savage fight back to claw a victory from the talons of the Woking Blackhawks and after becoming accustomed to the bracing Cornish breeze of recent weeks were not phased by a 1st half tidal surge from the West Sussex Tornadoes as the Cougars finally stormed to a whirlwind finish leaving the Tornadoes all blown out! "

Cornwall Cougars 37 - Tornadoes 31
Cornwall Cougars 40 - Blackhawks 22

Steve Hillman said 'this is the clubs first ever competitive tournament, to travel away from home and come away with a win is a massive achievement and huge boost for the team, I'm really proud of them all'.

The Cougars play at home on the 3rd of May at the Sport Hub @ Treviglas, Newquay, 10-4, supporters welcome...!

The Cougars would like to thank the Cornwall Sports Partnership, Sported and Truro and Penwith College for all there help and support.

For more information about Wheelchair Basketball in Cornwall or if you would like to sponsor the Cougars please contact Steve Hillman on 07837 311539