Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters' Association make appeal for help

An appeal has been made for volunteers to come forward and help lead the Plymouth Argyle Cornish Supporters' Association into the future.

PACSA will mark its 30th birthday next February. Since 1995, the association has organised social events around Cornwall, with the county traditionally a source of many Argyle fans. That has allowed supporters to meet Argyle players and management without having to cross the Tamar and travel to Plymouth.

However, PACSA chairman John Simmons has said: "If PACSA is to organise future social events in Cornwall we need help to make that happen. Help us please."

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PACSA will be holding its annual general meeting at St Blazey Football Club in Station Road on Wednesday, June 12 at 7.30pm, during which the officers and committee will be elected.

That will provide an opportunity for volunteers to come forward and offer their support to PACSA in planning for the future of the association ahead of its' 30th anniversary.

Argyle used to play pre-season games in Cornwall each year in the past, at clubs such as St Blazey, as well as Bodmin Town, Saltash United and Truro City, but have moved away from doing that in recent times.