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VsNeath RFC

Saturday September 01, 2018
KO 2:30 p.m.

Clwb Rygbi, Rhuthun, Rugby Club, Ruthin


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Your Team. Your Region. Your Voice. Eich Tim. Eich Rhanbarth. Eich Llais

A message from Sion

A message from Sion

WELCOME TO…CAE DDOL!

Firstly, I’d like to offer you all a warm welcome to the home of Clwb Rygbi Rhuthun.

Today wouldn’t be possible without the fantastic support of one of our great North Wales rugby clubs; the club and its community have all pulled together to host today’s fixture, which will I’m sure be a great success both on and off the field.

With relegation/promotion being reinstated between the Premiership and Championship this season, there is a huge amount for every team involved to play for.

Building on the successes of 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons both on off the field, RGC and The North Wales Rugby Development Region have set a number of goals and promises for the upcoming 2018/19 season.

These goals have been set to continue the positive development of the brand of rugby the region wants to be recognised and respected for.

If we can deliver on these goals and ambitions over the 2018/19 season, we will enjoy a successful and rewarding season. This isn’t just about saying we will win the league or avoid relegation; this has to be about much more than this. North Wales is on a journey, and we must stay on track and be honest to our values and DNA. Positivity creates success, and with this in mind we have intentionally placed positivity at the heart of everything we do for the season ahead.

#1 DISCIPLINE 

TO BE THE MOST DISCIPLINED TEAM IN THE LEAGUE AND CUP COMPETITIONS.

#2 DEFENCE 

TO DEFEND OUR HOUSE (even Cae Ddol) WITH A RUTHLESS EDGE.

#3 ACCURACY 

TO PLAY WITH SPEED, INTENSITY, POSITIVITY, ENJOYMENT AND SCORE THE MOST POINTS IN THE LEAGUE.

#4 ENVIRONMENT 

STRIVE TO PROVIDE THE BEST RUGBY ENVIRONMENT POSSIBLE TO SUPPORT THE CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH WALES RUGBY.

The pre-season build-up has been positive with a number of good performances, but today we welcome Neath RFC which promises to be an altogether different challenge. 

Thank you all for your continued support.

Enjoy the match.

Diolch

Sion Jones

WRU General Manager - North Wales Development Region

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On The Mark

A message from Mark Jones

We welcome back the rugby season, and thank Ruthin for their hospitality today... hopefully we can put on a good 80 minutes to get the season going.

Pre-season is the opportunity to work on the little things, as during the season it is Saturday to Saturday, and focusing on improving as a team.

In the pre-season we can isolate players, and work on individuals and the development of each player.

Like the supporters, we are keen to get to the start of the season and see if we have managed to bring it all together and be cohesive on the pitch.

We have focused on some key areas, such as discipline. Looking at the stats from last season, we gave away some soft penalties, which were unforced - such as going forward in the scrum. That could be down to the bind, or losing footing, so we have worked with the props on conditioning and, to a man, they are in a better place than last season, and our set piece will hopefully benefit from their efforts.

In the backs, we have a number of new partnerships, so it has been about building the relationships in the backline.

From my perspective, I have had the 2 years of ring-fencing, which has given us the chance to build the foundations for the brand of rugby we want to play, and we now take it on this season.

It will be interesting to see if other teams do the same this season, or rip up the coaching manual and do whatever it takes to stay in the Principality Premiership.

We are lucky to have the facilities at Eirias with the indoor barn gym, but getting out and playing at Ruthin today is something that we will benefit from. The boys will have played rugby at Denbigh, Nant, Wrexham and across the region, and I think it is something we should do more of in the future, if we are given the opportunity.

As always, thanks for your support and enjoy the game.

Diolch

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Mascot

If your child would like to be a mascot for the upcoming season, please email Lawson.scott@sky.com

And hopefully they will be a “lucky” mascot when they lead out the team in the Principality Premiership.

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Question of RGC

We asked the players and staff the big question…Peanut Butter – crunchy or smooth?

Cam Davies

Crunchy

Efan Jones

Smooth

Joel Ringer

Smooth

Evan Yardley

Smooth

Baily Rae

Smooth

George Roberts

Smooth

Dion Jones

Crunchy

Andrew Williams

Crunchy

Joe Simpson

Crunchy

Billy McBryde

Crunchy

Jordan Scott

Crunchy

Afon Bagshaw

Smooth

Sam Jones

Smooth

Robin Williams

Crunchy

Nick Butterworth

Smooth

Rhys Williams

Smooth

Will Bryan

Crunchy

Dan Owen

Smooth

Sam Rogers

Smooth

Ilan Rowlands

Smooth

Sam Wainwright

Crunchy

Will Sanderson

Smooth

 

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Get all the Official RGC News

You can get all the news from Eirias from our official sites

 northwalesrugby.wales

 @RGCNews

 RGC – Development Side for North Wales

 RGCNews

 

Follow us on Instagram to get the pics from all aspects of RGC
 

 RGC_Rugby

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Huw Billington Parry

2nd July 1965 – 14th August 2018

I first met Bill, as we all at RGC knew him, when our 2 sons played together in the North Wales Under 17 team. More by chance than anything, we ended up as the Management Team, firstly for the RGC Under 18 Team in the Regional Age Grade Championship, and then the RGC Senior Team, as it made its first tentative steps in the WRU League Pyramid system. In all the time that we worked together we were never to exchange a cross word, something which I think says more about Bill's qualities of tolerance and good-humour than it does about me, and it was the latter that helped make many a long coach journey back from South Wales appear much shorter than it actually was. 

Those early days in the Leagues weren't straightforward, but Bill never batted an eyelid at whatever was thrown at us, on and off the field, always full of encouragement for both players and coaches alike, never seeking the limelight, but always doing whatever was needed to keep the show on the road. Even after leaving RGC he followed closely the progress made by the team, and was as thrilled as anyone when promotion to the Premiership was finally achieved. 

Typical of the man, he fought his cancer bravely and without any hint of self-pity. I think I can speak for all of us who were lucky enough to know him at RGC when I say that we are all the better for that experience, and all the worse for his passing on. The Bill Parrys of this world are few and far between. Our thoughts are with his widow, Mags, and children, Tom, Huw, Megan and Gareth.    

Will Morecombe                   

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Academy round-up

Josh Leach – Performance Manager

The summer pre-season for RGC’s age grade squads really ramps up over the next few weeks, as both teams finish the block with three consecutive fixtures.

Having been in training since 2nd July, coaches of both teams have focused on reinforcing the players’ core and unit skills, embedding our attacking and our defensive philosophies, and building up a fitness base, allowing them to play the running rugby we pride ourselves on. 

With the U16s already playing in a Regional Festival at Ystrad Mynach and their first competition fixture against Scarlets East two weeks ago, it’s pleasing to see them embracing a lot of what has been introduced over the summer. With regular patches of great play shown, and some good characters within the group, it’s clear to see that, with a little more confidence and further skill development, they have the potential to become a really strong team, come the second competition block in January.

In preparation for their first competitive fixture, the U18s have enjoyed tough run-outs with Nant Conwy RFC and Lymm RFC U19 teams. As with most pre-season games, we have seen fast and frantic games with some fantastic skills and play, mixed with some rusty decision-making. Leading into the match against the Scarlets on Sunday, the aim will be to deliver the same level of skill and speed in our play, but with a little more control and continuity.

A relatively young squad, on the whole, this year and, with some very good players across the park, there is good competition for places, so it will be interesting to see which players step forward during the season, and what we can all achieve together as a squad. 

Sunday 2nd September
RGC U16s v Dragons South (Away)
RGC U18s v Scarlets (Away)
Sunday 9th September
RGC U16s v Blues South (Away)
RGC U18s v Ospreys (Home)
Sunday 16th September
RGC U16s v Dragons North (Home)
RGC U18s v Dragons (Away)

 

RGC U16s Management Team and Squad

Team Manager - Will Morecombe

Head Coach - Gavin Hodgkinson

Assistant Coach - Gwyndaf Davies

Assistant Coach - Paul Craft

Assistant Coach - Daniel Lycett

Performance Analysis Support - George Morris

Strength & Conditioning Support - Stephen Williams

Strength & Conditioning Support - Reece Smith

Medical Support - Phil Mather

 

Morgan Lewis (Newtown RFC)

Aaron Newman (Nant Conwy RFC)

Christian Hone (Rhyl & District RFC)

Rhys Jones (Newtown RFC)

Gareth Parry (Wrexham RFC)

Gruff Evans (Newtown RFC)

Sam Bixby (Bangor RFC)

Jonni Griffiths (Ruthin RFC)

James Owen (Bethesda RFC)

Tomas Parry (Newtown RFC)

Efan Mutembo (Bethesda RFC)

Bedwyr Jones (Caernarfon RFC)

Osian Jones (Ruthin RFC)

Michael Lotter (Pwllheli RFC)

Cai Herdman (Newtown RFC)

Will Bowen (Wrexham RFC)

Huw Davies (Bethesda RFC)

Declan Williams (COBRA RFC)

Isaac Lecki (Welsh Exile)

Rhys Cernyw (Nant Conwy RFC)

Harri Glyn Jones (Colwyn Bay RFC)

Declan Bettely (Wrexham RFC)

Carwyn Jones (Nant Conwy RFC)

Ewan Denton (Mold RFC)

Jamie Jones (Dolgellau RFC)

Callum Gardner (Rhyl & District RFC)

Siencyn Metcalfe (Nant Conwy RFC)

Finlay Hare (Colwyn Bay RFC)

Iwan Roberts (Caernarfon RFC)

Peter Pattenden (Wrexham RFC)

Owen Williams (Mold RFC)

Reece Thomas Thompson (Caernarfon RFC)

Charlie Williams (Caernarfon RFC)

Toby Rees-Slawson (Mold RFC)

Oliver Draisey (Dolgellau RFC)

Sam Stoddart (Colwyn Bay RFC)

Tobias Meyerratken (Pwllheli RFC)

RGC U18s Management Team and Squad

Team Manager - Paul Dundee

Head Coach - Josh Leach

Assistant Coach - Paul Shanks

Assistant Coach - Dafydd Myrddin Hughes

Performance Analysis Support -Sam Jones

Strength & Conditioning Support - Jack Williams

Strength & Conditioning Support - Ross Williams

Medical Support - Faye Harvey

 

Oliver Jones (Mold RFC)

Sion Davenport (Welsh Exile)

Tomos Walker (Wrexham RFC)

Deio Terfel (Caernarfon RFC)

Stefan Simm (Ruthin RFC)

Aaron Williams (Bethesda RFC)

Pedr Jones (Caernarfon RFC)

Harry Roberts (Colwyn Bay RFC)

Tayler Jones (Mold RFC)

Oscar Crowe (Llandudno RFC)

Jordan Watts (Holyhead RFC)

Ilan Evans (Ruthin RFC)

James Goodwin (Nant Conwy RFC)

Ifan Jones (Dolgellau RFC)

Brenig Hughes (Nant Conwy RFC)

Dafydd Thirsk (Caernarfon RFC)

Sion Davies (Bethesda RFC)

Tom Lydford (COBRA RFC)

Samuel Hughes (Pwllheli RFC)

Guto Davies (Bangor RFC)

Sam Godfrey (Ruthin RFC)

Tomos Meirion Davies (Bangor RFC)

Daniel Jones (Ruthin RFC)

Owen Randell (Newtown RFC)

Rhys Williams (Caernarfon RFC)

Rhydian Williams (Caernarfon RFC)

Ben Williams (Bethesda RFC)

Matthew Buchanan (Bethesda RFC)

Harri Jones (Bangor RFC)

Sunny Start (Caernarfon RFC)

Tom Devine (Caernarfon RFC)

Joe Hughes (Newtown RFC)

Rhys Hamilton (Welsh Exile)

Jac McGuffie (Caernarfon RFC)

Josh Eden Jones (Caernarfon RFC)

Robert Williams (Mold RFC)

Harri Hughes (Ruthin RFC)

Rhys Price (Welsh Exile)

Isaac Davies (Newtown RFC)

Sam Earl Jones (Colwyn Bay RFC)

Daffydd Williams (Bethesda RFC)

Ieuan Griffiths (Wrexham RFC)

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RGC Women

Coach Dave Roberts: “After the success of last season, we are delighted to announce our squad for this season. It is a big ask to come together and train for a short period of time and then play all games in quick succession, but it is a challenge that the girls are relishing. The attitude and effort in training have been fantastic, and it is a pleasure to welcome a number of new faces to the squad this season.”

Emma Edwards
Brea Leung
Gwenllian Pyrs
Emily Wilkes
Becki Jones
Hannah Burt
Beth Stafford
Zoe May
Teleri Davies
Carrie Tooley
Cat Davies
Serena Brymer
Stacey Taylor
Elin Royle
Katy Gittins
Hannah Hughes

Nicky Crawford
Grace Johns
Sioned Williams
Lauren Moore
Elinor Isaac
Lisa Neuman
Rhodd Parry
Connie Beardsley
Libby Jones
Iona Evans
Jess Kavanagh
Lowri Hughes
Ffion Williams
Grace Hill
Bethan Davies
Ashleigh Davies
Coaches
Dave Roberts
Rachel Taylor
Grace Jones
Antony Probert
Rhodri Davies
Aled Thomas
Sports Therapist
Cerys Symmonds
 
Team Chaplain
Tim Feak

 

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Aberconwy Car and Van Hire Drive RGC Forward

RGC are delighted to be partnering with Aberconwy Car and Van Hire for the season ahead.

The Llandudno-based company will provide the all-important transport for our Senior, Regional Age Grade and Women’s sides.

All the RGC sides play numerous away games, so we thank Aberconwy Car and Van Hire for supporting us with the vans to carry our kit and medical supplies to all our fixtures in South Wales.  The off-field logistical planning plays an important part in our preparation, so this partnership is vital to put us in the best position come kick-off on game-day.

We are looking forward to working with everyone at Aberconwy Car and Van Hire over the season, including former player, Bryn Williams, who is a Director.

Bryn was an important part of the team in our journey to the Principality Premiership, and he now continues to move us forward in a different way, as he explains: “We at Aberconwy Car and Van Hire are extremely pleased to be able to support our regional teams in this way for another season. On a personal level, it’s great to still have some involvement with RGC, and we wish all teams the very best for the forthcoming season.”

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RGC

Getting To Know You

Nick Butterworth

Age: 25

Position: Scrum Half

Clubs: Pwllheli RFC, Wellington Axemen NZ, Tawa, NZ.

How did the move to RGC come about:  I got a phone call from Head Coach Mark Jones at the end of last season, and was delighted to join up.

What will you bring to the squad: Hopefully bring some experience from my time playing in NZ and captaining Pwllheli RFC to two North Wales Cup and two League Championship titles.

Thoughts on the set-up:  Eirias has a great set-up and amazing facilities, giving us the best opportunity to better ourselves and our performance.

How are you settling in: I am settling in great, and RGC have a good bunch of lads which has made the transition a lot easier.

Goals for the season: My goal is to push Cam and Efan for that starting 9 shirt, and hopefully, as a team, we can push for the top honours.

Fixtures


Aberavon v Swansea
 

Bargoed v Llandovery
 

Bedwas v Pontypridd
 

Cardiff v Merthyr
 

Carmarthen Quins v Newport
 

Cross Keys v Bridgend
 

Llanelli v Ebbw Vale
 

RGC v Neath

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Today’s Visitors

Neath RFC have seen changes both in the coaching and playing staff, with Simon King taking over as the new head coach, and with former Wales international Paul James guiding the forwards.

King replaced Lyn Jones, who is taking over the reins with Russia.

In their last friendly fixture, Neath beat Pontypool 31-29, in which wing Ian Ellis clinched the win with a late try. 
They have made a number of signings including Neath Rugby have added to their squad including ex Ospreys and Dragon’s number eight Ieuan Jones from Bargoed RFC, Dragons second row Scott Andrews, and ex Tredegar, Newbridge and Cross Keys hooker, Darren Hughes.

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Looking Forward

Looking Forward

Winger Jones Can’t Wait

It was a season to forget for Sam Jones, after 3 injuries saw the winger out for 12 months.

Back to fitness and scoring tries in pre-season, the RGC flyer is back and looking forward to his rugby.

Injuries

I had an operation on my wrist just after the Wales game in June 2017, and the recovery took longer than anyone expected as it was due to poor blood supply to the bone.

It took me until Christmas to get back to training and I was not far off challenging for selection when I tore my hamstring when I was down with Wales 7s.  So that was another 14 weeks out of action and then, towards the end of the season, I was back in the squad for the game versus Llandovery and I tore my pec muscle and, basically, my season was over.

Disappointment

With each injury, it became harder deal with, as I was getting so close to getting back on the field, and then the opportunity to play was taken away from me.  I think any player who is injured feels detached from squad, as you are not playing.  I will be the first to admit I struggled to watch us last season, and even though I was supporting them, part of me wanted to be playing.

The rehab work is physically demanding, but it is also hard mentally, as you are in the gym working on your own a lot. I was lucky to have Oran and Gaz supporting me, and it is also about the balance of doing what is needed and not pushing your body too soon. I guess over the past 12 months I gained a better understanding of that aspect of recovery.

Positive Pre-season

I have had a good pre-season, and it’s great to be back on the pitch with the boys. The one thing I have now is that I appreciate the 80 mins on a Saturday. Until I was out injured I didn’t really appreciate playing as much, and took it for granted, so as well as wanting to put in good performances, I want to enjoy the games now.

Mark played in the same positon as me, so he is brilliant to me.  He has a great insight into the game, which is helping me improve tactically.

I can’t dwell on last season, so it is all about looking forward to what is ahead. We have had a good pre-season and I got my first away game against the Dragons. After rooming with Cam Davies, I think that a year of rehab is far easier than 1 night with Cam!

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Efan Is A Place On Earth

RGC Scrum half Efan Jones is somewhere on holiday….but where?

Here are some clues, and you can find the answers somewhere in today’s programme.

It is a region of Greece; the biggest island and the most southern one, except for the little island of Gavdos.

The Island has a population of 600,000.

The 3 airports are Heraklion Airport, Chania Airport in Akrotiri and Sitia Airport

It is home to the Ideon Cave, which was the birthplace of Zeus, according to mythology.

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RGC Remembers

We catch up with former RGC player Rhodri Carlton-Jones.

Years at RGC:

Around  6 years

Position:

Fly half

Best Game: 

Beating Ystradd Rhonda at home. It was a huge title-deciding game here, and the place was packed. We got the win, and I nailed all kicks, I believe!!!

Funniest story:

When Clive Griffiths was coach, and the Canadians were over, we played Aberavon away, and he said his pre-game piece and went out before kick-off. He was a tad early leaving, only to realise and come back in.. in the meantime we’d put Adele “Someone like you” on the stereo, and 15 blokes singing, eyes closed, hugging each other minutes before a game went down like a lead balloon. Clive went absolutely mental when we let a try in early doors and blamed that…. luckily we went onto win.

What does your time at RGC mean to you:

My time at RGC means everything to me and I’ve met some of the best friends.  I have learned from the best coaches; Clive Griffiths, Chris Horsman, Damian McGrath and Phil Davies. I’ve been very lucky.. the supporters and all the staff were first class – I miss it massively and love coming back when I can.

Best bus songs:

Adele - Someone like you

The Notorious B.I.G. - Juicy

Kelis - Milkshake

Players’ Selection Box Set

During the season we will be asking the players for their 5 favourite box sets

Tim Grey selects his:

5) Harry Potter

4) Rick and Morty

3) Last Chance U

2) Made in Chelsea  

1) Peaky Blinders

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Efan Is A Place In...

Crete

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Principality Premiership

Fixtures 2018/2019

Home Games in Bold

01 September 2018

Neath RFC | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

08 September 2018

Swansea | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

15 September 2018

Ebbw Vale | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

21 September 2018

Pontypridd | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

28 September 2018

Merthyr | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

06 October 2018

Llandovery | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

13 October 2018

Newport | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

20 October  2017

Carmarthen | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

27 October 2018

Bargoed | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

9 November 2018

Cardiff | 1st Team

 

Principality Premiership

16 November 2018

Bedwas| 1st Team

Principality Premiership

23 November 2018

Llanelli RFC | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

1 December 2018

Aberavon | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

8 December 2018

Cross Keys | 1st Team

 

Principality Premiership

15 December 2018

Neath | 1st Team

 

Principality Premiership

22 December 2018

Swansea | 1st Team

 

Principality Premiership

29 December 2018

Bridgend | 1st Team

 

Principality Premiership

5th January 2019

Newport

 

WRU CUP

12 January 2019

Ebbw Vale RFC | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

19th January 2019

Pontypridd

Principality Premiership

02 February 2019

Merthyr | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

8 February 2019

Llandovery | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

16 February 2019

Newport | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

2 March 2019

Carmarthen | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

8 March 2019

Bargoed | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

23  March 2019

Cardiff | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

30 March 2019

Bedwas | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

06 April 2019

Llanelli | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

13 April 2019

Aberavon | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

20 April 2019

Bridgend | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

04 May 2019

Cross Keys | 1st Team

Principality Premiership

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RGC

We are rgc

Evan Yardley

Evan Yardley

HOOKER

Bridgend Athletic

SP Energy Networks

Joe Simpson

Joe Simpson

FRONT ROW

Bangor RRC

SP Energy Networks

Sam Wainwright

Sam Wainwright

PROP

Rhyl RFC

SP Energy Networks

Bryn Jones

Bryn Jones

LOCK

Dolgellau RFC

SP Energy Networks

Robin Williams

Robin Williams

LOCK

Caernarfon RFC

SP Energy Networks

Andrew Williams

Andrew Williams

BACK ROW

Caernarfon RFC

SP Energy Networks

Mei Parry

Mei Parry

BACK ROW

Holyhead RFC

SP Energy Networks

Tim Grey

Tim Grey

BACK ROW

Malton Norton RFC

SP Energy Networks

Efan Jones

Efan Jones

SCRUMHALF

Wrexham RFC

SP Energy Networks

Billy Mcbryde

Billy Mcbryde

FLYHALF

Tumble RFC

SP Energy Networks

Iolo Evans

Iolo Evans

CENTRE

Caernarfon RFC

SP Energy Networks

Danny Cross

Danny Cross

FLYHALF

Wrexham RFC

SP Energy Networks

Sam Jones

Sam Jones

WING

Llanidloes RFC

SP Energy Networks

Dion Jones

Dion Jones

FULLBACK

Nant Conwy RFC

SP Energy Networks

Curtis Reynolds

Curtis Reynolds

PROP

Harpenden

SP Energy Networks

George Roberts

George Roberts

HOOKER

Wrexham RFC

SP Energy Networks

Joel Ringer

Joel Ringer

PROP

Cowbridge RFC

SP Energy Networks

Daniel Owen

Daniel Owen

BACK ROW

Cobra

SP Energy Networks

Ilan Rowlands

Ilan Rowlands

BACK ROW

Bala RFC

SP Energy Networks

Nicholas Butterworth

Nicholas Butterworth

SCRUMHALF

Pwllheli RFC

SP Energy Networks

Tom Hughes

Tom Hughes

CENTRE

Dolgellau RFC

SP Energy Networks

Bailey Rae

Bailey Rae

WING

Wrexham RFC

SP Energy Networks

Jordan Scott

Jordan Scott

PROP

Llangefni RFC

SP Energy Networks

Cameron Davies

Cameron Davies

SCRUMHALF

Llandudno RFC

SP Energy Networks

Match day line up

 

J Simpson

E Yardley (CC)

S Wainwright

B Jones

R Williams

A Williams

M Parry

T Grey

E Jones

B Mcbryde

I Evans

D Cross

R Williams

S Jones

D Jones

C Reynolds

G Roberts

J Ringer

D Own

 I Rowlands

 C Davies

 T Hughes

 B Rae

 J Scott

 N Butterworth

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Luke Garrett

Darren Hughes

Liam Tobias

Jon Barley

Scott Andrews (captain)

Elis Hopkins

Jordan Collier

Ieuan Jones

Chris Morgans

Iwan Evans

Alec Jenkins

Aaron Bramwell

Mike Evans

Ian Ellis

Ed Howley

Ben Uphill

Sion Crocker

Tyla Murvai

Ryan Bean

Aled Cockwell

Scott Gibson

Dan Guarneri

Gavin Evans

 

Referee: Dewi Phillips
Assistant Referee: Richard Deacy
Assistant Referee: Robert Jones

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