Trelawny’s Army were saddened to learn of the passing of former county captain Terry Pryor.
Pryor, who was a former school teacher at Redruth School, was one of the finest props Cornwall has produced.
He played for Cornwall 55 times, captaing the county during the 1977-78 season.
Redruth was his club and he captained them during their centenary season in 1975.
An England trialist and bench replacement, he did captain England B on their tour to Romania in 1978.
He played for the South West Counties at Exeter in 1975 against the Wallabies, and was a Barbarian.
Following his playing days Pryor went on to become a much respected coach, nuturing the talents of players such as Phil Vickery and Trevor Woodman.
Trelawny’s Army wishes to record it’s sincerest and deepest sympathies to family and friends.