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The big derby match at King George V Playing Fields went right down to the wire with Old Techs just edging out rivals OPMs 15-14. Techs had to survive having two players sin-binned in the second half and having to defend their try line for 13 minutes of injury-time as they were... Read more

OPMs are now up to fifth in the standings after their third league win of the season. The match could have gone either way, but OPMs showed good game management in the closing stages to see it out. Shaun Grundy and Mark Hardy scored tries for the hosts in the first half, with Henry... Read more


If you are free on Saturday 8th September  at 1pm please come along and join us in the opening of the new OPM KGV Social Area. OPM 1st XV are home to North Tawton and the Jesters are at home to Plymstock Albion Oaks 2nds. We have a temporary bar licence hosted by Ash Brown Williams... Read more

Matt and Howard are preparing for the Junior Breakfast and look forward to serving you this morning.  A special thanks to GA Solicitors for sponsoring today's Breakfast   Read more

Mrs Pengelly visited OPM last Sunday where she witnessed the club's junior section in action before presenting a cheque to the junior section chair Jenny Trinder and club secretary Ryan Yeoman.  Read more

The first team have started the 2011/12 season in sublime form, remaining unbeaten in the league right up to the Christmas break, this is definitely shaping out to be a great season for OPMs. As always we had to say goodbye to some excellent players and friends at the end of last season... Read more

OPMS' second-row Tom Clenaghan played through the pain to help get his side to tonight's Lockie Cup final. Clenaghan, who was also part of the side which got the city club promoted to the Cornwall-Devon League, is facing an operation on a shoulder injury. The OPMs' player is ruled... Read more

Huge day for OPMs, who achieved the difficult in one match and – on paper – the virtually impossible in another. The city club sent out the second team to contest a Lockie Cup semi-final against Liskeard-Looe II at Elburton while their firsts engaged in the small matter of trying to... Read more

OPMs lived up to their reputation winning the Plate Final – a competition for teams that finished third and fourth in the pools. The Old Boys defeated Marjon I 52-24 in final, after seeing off Barbarians II 28-22 in the... Read more