Yes indeed. Even our ABC commentators mentioned the name was Cornish, which can only mean the FFA media profile for her carried that information. We are a multicultural enlightened country unlike some others near you.Marhak wrote:Claire POLKINGHORNE? She HAS to be Cornish! And Penwith Cornish at that!
The surname, Kevrenor, is taken from a place name and there are two of them: Polkinghorne, Madron, and a farm of the same name in Gwinear. It translates as "pool belonging to a man called Kynhorn (a Brythonic personal name from cuno-isarnos, "iron hound"). The family would almost certainly have originated in one of those two places.
We used to have a lot more Cornish names in our teams, but the men now only have Holman.