The play off results couldn't have gone any better for the Cherry & Whites with Barnstaple remaining in the league and Launceston coming up from South West 1.
With 600 miles less travelling, 20 hrs less time to be spent on the road, 12 Cornwall v Devon derby's and 2 big Cornish derby's Camborne will certainly be looking forward to their 2019/20 SW Premier league campaign.
Relatively short trips to Brixham, Exeter Uni, Exmouth, Ivybbridge, Okehampton plus Lanson and Barum will make life a lot easier for players, coaches and supporters. It will also help the club attract players as it looks to build the squad for what's going to be a competitive league.
These matches will also draw bigger crowds to the REC and the club are hoping to see a four figure crowd for the Launceston match after having just under 900 for their last league encounter two seasons ago.
There is also a trip to Sunbury-on-Thames for a first ever meeting with London Irish Wild Geese who've dropped down from National 2. This will be one of 4 overnight trips along with Bracknell, Maidenhead and newly promoted Newbury Blues.
Matches against Weston Super Mare and Drybrook complete Camborne's fixtures for the next season.
Updated 10:58 - 28 Apr 2019 by Jeff Nicholas