Ben Turner praises Launceston after Barnes win

Ben Turner
Turner has played 75 times for Launceston in five years

Launceston winger Ben Turner has paid tribute to his team-mates after his last game for the club as they beat Barnes 39-17 at Polson Bridge.

Ben Hilton scored two tries while James Salter, Richard Friend and Bruce Pow also crossed the line as Launceston bounced back from two straight losses.

"It's going to be a sad time for me. It really is a club on and off the pitch," Turner told BBC Radio Cornwall.

Turner, 25, is leaving Polson Bridge after taking up a job in London.

"They're a great bunch of boys who have been here for the last five years," Turner added.

The win sees Launceston move up to 11th in National Two South after their fourth win of the season.