Rob Cook - Full Back
All round sportsman Rob Cook first tasted rugby prominence at Oakham School and then at Worcester University where he read Sports Studies.
Then, alongside playing Minor Counties cricket for his home county of Lincolnshire, he joined Nuneaton RFC and became their leading scorer in their promotion to National One appearing mainly at fly half.
Joining Chris Stirling’s Pirates in 2009, he took a few weeks to break into the team initially on the wing, then as a fly half replacement for the injured Bentley.
When the Scots representative team Gael Force came to Camborne in the B&I Cup Rob switched to full back where he has reigned supreme ever since.
An untimely hand injury at Bedford led to him missing the B&I Final with Munster at the end of his first season but since then he has been a virtual ever present.
During this time his deadly accurate if slightly idiosyncratic goal kicking has amassed a remarkable 1,000 points in all games in only three seasons including a fine haul of 23 tries.
|Date of Birth:||7th July 1984|
|Position:||Full Back / Fly Half|
|Honours:||England Universities, England Counties|
|Debut||Aug 2009 v Cardiff (F)|
|Appearances All:||Appearances:99 + 4 Reps|