Cornwall’s year was somewhat disappointing on the field and particularly sad off it with the passing of Past Presidents Julian Williams and Father Ken Rogers plus former secretary Tom Meneer and current Executive member Peter George. Following a couple of early T20 wins, the last five ties were all lost to finish bottom of the group. In the Trophy there was a 35 run home success over Buckinghamshire before an 86 run defeat at the eventual champions, Berkshire. The Championship began with an innings win over Oxfordshire but there were defeats at Wiltshire and Shropshire, before a rain-affected draw at home to Dorset. A National Club T20 fixture clash saw an inexperienced XI fielded against Berkshire, eight had less than five previous appearances. However, the game was drawn to end Berkshire’s 11 match winning run in the West Division. Hopes of a top-five finish ended on the second day against Devon, thanks to the points gained by Wiltshire and Cheshire elsewhere. However, Tom Dinnis took 8-49, the best Cornish figures for 21 years, to secure an 86 run success which also condemned Devon to Division 2 in 2020.