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VsPontypridd RFC

Saturday April 27, 2019
KO 2:30 p.m.

Zip World

Zip World, Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay


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Principality Voel

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

A message from Sion

A message from Sion

This is one fixture I have personally been looking forward to all season. OK, it should have happened earlier in the season, and we should have been live on TV, but, for one reason or another, this didn’t happen, but today it does. 

Today we welcome Pontypridd RFC to the home of North Wales rugby; it might not be the ‘house of pain’, but this is our home, and I only hope we take to the field today and protect this home of ours. 

This fixture is a very special one to me; when we played them for the first time in the Premiership in the 2016/17 season, both teams took to the field in front of a bumper 3,500+ crowd, who got to witness a compelling game of rugby, which saw RGC come out on top. From that day forward, it was clear to see and hear that both RGC and Ponty are the two best-supported teams in the Premiership… it made that day a very special day.

Ponty are part of the rugby DNA in Wales; they have a rich history, along with some of the most interested supporters in the game today. On top of that, their backroom team, staff, volunteers and committee are some of the best I have personally come across over the last three years – they have been welcoming, and have supported me over the last few years, which I’m grateful for. 

Sadly, Ponty, along with a number of other clubs have been in the media recently; the strains of operating a semi-pro set-up have been challenging for so many over the last couple of years, but, from what I hear, Ponty have turned the corner, and things are looking positive for the future, which I, for one, am pleased to hear.

Putting all of this respect to one side, today I hope we get to see an RGC side take to the field with hunger and determination, as they did back in 2016/17. Ponty will not give any quarter today, and we shouldn’t expect them to either. Putting injuries and recent results and performances to one side, I know that each and every one of our amazing supporters is itching for a great performance against a great side – so c’mon RGC.

Thank you all for your continued support.

Enjoy the match and make some noise!

Diolch 

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On the Mark

Welcome back to Stadiwm Zip World for our penultimate home game of the season.

Looking at many of our losses over the season, many have been tight with the score difference – Llanelli and Aberavon recently, and going back, you can add in Ebbw Vale, Bargoed and even the draw against Quins.

Perhaps these losses are harder to take than heavy defeats, knowing the boys have worked hard for the majority of the game, but errors have been costly. Looking at the age profile of the team this season, then the inexperience can relate to the results, where we have made it easy for teams to score some points against us.

We have around 9 of our starting line-up out with injury, so have had to rely on some of the younger players – so, for example, Bailey Rae and Sam Rogers have stepped up quicker than we had planned. They have been training with us this season, and they will continue to learn over the next few years.

With younger players, it is about learning from the mistakes, and if they don’t get repeated, then we are all on the correct development path.

Today’s game will be another big challenge against a very experienced side. The likes of Sweeney, Dicomidis, Stuckey and Shellard are some of the best players in their position in the league, and when you add in their catchment area and the support from the Blues Academy.

We have to be mindful of that, but also take the positive in the fact that we are one of only 2 sides that have beaten them at Sardis Road this season.

As always thanks for your support and enjoy the 80 minutes.
 

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Mascots

We welcome 2 mascots for the game today.

They travelled away with the supporter’s coach for games this season, and today lead out the team.

Keira-Louise Brown - Age 11 

Alaw Parry - Age 10

Both from Ysgol Nant y Groes

If your child would like to be a mascot for the upcoming season, then 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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Dyddiadur Daf/Daf’s Diary

Dyddiadur Daf/Daf’s Diary

Croeso cynnes iawn i bawb yma heddiw ac fel brodor o Bontypridd a wnaeth chwarae ar yr asgell i dîm dan 15 Ysgolion Pontypridd a tîm Ieuenctid Pontypridd, mae’n bleser pur cael croesawu chwaraewyr, swyddogion a chefnogwyr Pontypridd i Stadiwm Zipworld. Mae gen i atgofion da o fod yn rhan o’r clwb yn y nawdegau cynnar ac mae’n bob amser yn pleser i weld hen ffrindiau pan rydyn ni yn chwarae ein gilydd.

Rwyn siwr fydd un neu ddau yn cytuno a fi, bod na rhai debygrwydd rhwng Pontypridd a RGC. Mae gan Ponty hanes cryf o gynhyrchu talent lleol ac dyma rhywbeth rydyn ni am wneud yn y gogledd. Ar hyn o bryd mae dros 80% o ein garfan yn gogleddwyr ac mae’r gêm cymunedol yn parhau i dyfu. Un o nodweddion amlycaf Pontypridd oedd yr ysbryd o fewn y tîm ac mae hyn yn wir am ni hefyd, lle mae pob chwaraewr yn rhoi cant a chant i’r tîm a chwarae am eu gilydd. Mae ein chwarewyr yn dynn fel grŵp ac pob amser yn gwisgo eu grys gyda balchder. Nid oes yr un chwaraewr yn danamcangyfrif y fraint o gael chwarae o flaen torf cartref llawn angerdd.

Siom oedd hi i golli i Benybont wythnos diwethaf mewn gêm agos a chyffrous ond roedd perfformiad y tîm yn ail hanner y gêm yn dangos gallwn fod yn hyderus i gael buddugoliaeth heddiw yn erbyn tîm sy’n pumed yn yr Uwch-Gynghrair.

Fe fydd Pontypridd yn dod i Stadiwm Zipworld yn llawn hyder yn dilyn ei buddugoliaeth yn erbyn Caerdydd o flaen y camerau teledu, wythnos diwethaf. Rwy’n siwr hefyd fydd cefnogwyr Ponty yn dod i’r gogledd yn llawn llais felly mae’n bwysig bod chi yn parhau i greu yr awyrgylch gwych rydych chi wedi creu trwy gydol y tymor oherwydd fydd y mantais o chwarae gartref yn allweddol.

Mae’r gêm heddiw i gyd i wneud a ennill. Rydyn ni yn clwb newydd i gymharu a clybiau eraill yn yr Uwch-Gynghrair, ond rydyn yn cydnabod y bwysigrwydd o rygbi mewn y cymdeithas Cymreig a’r ddyletswydd sydd gennyn ni i sicrhau tîm llwyddianus o’r gogledd ar lwyfan rygbi Cymru. Mae cefnogwyr RGC yn cerdded ychydig yn dalach pan rydyn ni yn ennill, ac ni wnaeth unrhywbeth mwy roi sbring yn ein camau na buddugoliaeth yn erbyn Ponty. Felly, ymunwch a fi i godi ein lleisiau a sefyll tu ôl i Mark a’r tîm i greu awyrgylch gwych i annog y tîm i lwyddiant.

Unwaith eto diolch diffuant i holl staff Stadiwm Zipworld am eu waith wrth baratoi’r maes a’r chyfleusterau.

Yr wyf yn hyderus y cawn weld gêm gyffrous gyda digon o gynnwrf, hwyl a safon. Mwynhewch y gêm a dymunwn taith adre diogel i chi yn dilyn y gêm.

Daf

Rheolwr Tîm RGC 

A very warm welcome to you all, and as a native of Pontypridd who played on the wing for their Schools Under 15’s team and for their Youth team, it’s a pleasure to welcome Pontypridd players, officials and supporters to Stadiwm Zip World. I have fond memories of being part of the club in the early ‘90s, and it’s always a pleasure to meet up with old friends when we play each other.

I’m sure one or two of you will agree with me, that there are some similarities between Pontypridd and RGC. Ponty has a strong tradition of producing local talent, and this is something we are striving to do in the north. Currently, over 80% of our squad is North Walian, and the community game is continuing to grow. One of Ponty’s most prominent characteristics is their team spirit, and this is true of ourselves, where every player gives 100% to the team, along with playing for each other. Our players are a tight group who always wear their jersey with pride, and not one player underestimates the privilege of playing in front of our passionate support.

It was disappointing to lose to Bridgend last week in a close and exciting game, but the boys’ second-half performance showed that we can be confident in gaining a victory today against a team that’s fifth in the Premiership.

Pontypridd will come to Stadiwm Zip World full of confidence, following their victory over Cardiff last week in front of the TV cameras. I’m sure that the Ponty supporters will head north full of voice, therefore it’s important that our supporters continue the great atmosphere that they’ve created throughout the season, as the advantage of playing at home will be key.

Today’s game is about winning. We are a new club, compared to other clubs in the Premiership, however, we recognise the importance of rugby in Welsh society and the responsibility we have to ensure a successful team from the north on the Welsh rugby stage. RGC supporters walk that little bit taller when we win, and nothing more will put a spring in our steps than a victory against Ponty. Therefore, join me in raising our voices in support of Mark and the team, to create a great atmosphere to encourage the team to victory.

Once again sincere thanks to the staff at Stadiwm Zip World for their work in preparing the ground and its facilities.

I am confident we will see a game of a high standard with plenty of excitement and passion. Enjoy the match, and I wish you a safe journey home following the game. 

Daf

RGC Team Manager

 

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Question of RGC

We asked the players and staff the big question… What’s the last film you watched?

Rhys Williams

Us

Danny Cross

The Dirt

Evan Yardley

Den of Thieves

Efan Jones

The Dirt

Harri Evans

Whiplash

George Roberts

The Dirt

Billy McBryde

Jack Reacher

Daf

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bailey Rae

War Dogs

Dion Jones

Avengers: Infinity War

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RGC Shop

We still have a full range of XBlades merchandise available online.

Replica Shirts, hoodies, plus vests for Beach Season, if you are Josh Leach.

Much of the stock is at sale price, so go and have a look

https://www.eliteprosports.co.uk/

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Get all the Official RGC News

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

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 @RGCNews

 RGC – Development Side for North Wales

 RGCNews

 

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Flashback

Pontypool 17 RGC 20

April 23rd 2016

RGC put in a huge defensive effort in the 2nd half to take the win against Pontypool. The visitors faced a wave of attacks but stifled the Pooler attack, after the home side threw everything at them.

Pontypool started the game brightly, as they looked to get the score and the home crowd behind them, and looked to the forwards to build on some phase play. RGC were being penalised at the breakdown and, unsurprisingly, they took the lead with a penalty from Clayton Gullis

RGC hit back with a penalty from James Lang, and it was the fly-half who got the first try of the game after he kicked ahead and chased the ball down to run over unchallenged. For the only time in the match, the crowd from both sides went silent for a few seconds, before the referee blew for the score. Lang booted the conversion from the touchline.

Pontypool thought they were over for a try when the ball popped out of a scrum, but they were called back by the referee.

Pooler picked up a second penalty from Gullis to close the gap to 4 points midway through the half.

Even though Pontypool were having more of the ball, they weren’t really making much way through the RGC defence, and were being closed down time and time again.

The line-out and scrum were a bit of a lottery for both sides, with the referee penalising both sides on a number of occasions.

Lang had an opportunity to kick another penalty but he hooked it wide.

The travelling crowd were making sure they were not drowned out by the home support, and the chants of “RGC” were getting louder as the game went on.

Pooler were given a yellow when Pat Lewis took out Carwyn Ap Myrddin out in the air. RGC didn’t capitalize on the extra man, and, after missing a penalty, Gullis knocked over a kick to make it 9-10.

Just before half time RGC got a crucial try, when Alex Schwarz picked the ball from the back of the ruck and made a dart before passing to Afon Bagshaw, who did well to stay in touch to score. Lang’s conversion sailed over, to the delight of the away support. The home crowd were making their thoughts known to the official at the break and RGC went into the dressing room knowing the pressure was now on Pontypool.

The 2ndhalf was full of defence work, as Pooler drove forward time and time again. RGC were struggling to clear their lines and, as soon as they kicked clear, the ball was back in the North Walian half. Strong minds and strong bodies were needed, and the experienced voices of Richard Hopkins, Kelvin Davies and Maredydd Francis were heard on the pitch.

Territory and possession were all in the home-side’s favour, but the tackles, turnovers and work at the breakdown went to RGC.

Gullis kicked another penalty, and the pressure increased on RGC. When Pontypool did cross the line, they were held up by a sea of RGC bodies.

The try did come, after the pack drove forward, and Harris was given the try. Gullis failed with the conversion, so the game was tied at 17 all.

The Gogs had a couple of breaks from their own half, and, when they did work an opportunity, a Kelvin Davies pass was knocked on as the try looked on. As the game wore on both sides had players on their knees, especially in the front five where much of the game was being won or lost.

The winning kick came from the cool head and accurate boot of James Lang, and whilst a few in the crowd closed their eyes as the fly-half took his run-up, the cheers from the away support could be heard back in Colwyn Bay.

The clock ticked on, and the tackle count continued to increase as the North Walian players stopped any attack.

With minutes remaining, Gullis missed a penalty opportunity, but Pontypool were still in the game.

A couple of weeks ago, RGC were in the same situation away at Swansea, and lost to a last kick drop goal, so the nerves from the crowd were visible. Unlike 2 weeks ago though, the players kept the ball, went through the phases and saw the clock down.

It was pressure rugby and, to a man, each player put in a performance that keeps them in the Premiership Promotion race.

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Bailey Rae

Age

19

Position

Winger 

Clubs

Started my rugby at Pwllheli, then moved to Wrexham when I was 16.

Best memory and how important was the Academy for your development?

One of my best memories would have to be the Super 6 tournament down in Cardiff. It was the first time for us as a team to play in a big tournament against the other regions and, of course, playing at the Cardiff Arms Park is always a pleasure. 

The academy was beneficial to my development as a rugby player, with the main focuses being on getting physically fitter with a full-time gym programme, and then to improve my skills in order to compete on a regional stage.

How has the first season with the seniors been?

I honestly didn't expect it to be as challenging as it has been, however it's a challenge that I welcomed. Obviously the senior squad play at a very high standard, and I needed to raise my own standards, which took time, but I'm definitely a better player for it.

Have the more experienced players helped you settle in?

Afon Bagshaw would be one player to mention. He was my backs coach at college and then when I came into the senior squad he was easy to come to for advice because that relationship was already there. Another would have to be Sam Jones because as player in the same position, picking his brain for advice was very beneficial.

Roommate on away games:

I've had a few, but for the majority of away trips it has been Sam Jones.

Have you noticed a change in your game, development since joining up...work onswith coaches?

The gym training hasn't changed very much from Academy to senior squad, but the conditioning element has gone up a gear. Gaz loves a Gog (run test), but we get on with it.

Having Mark as a coach definitely brings your game on. He's very meticulous with training, and he's helped me with parts of my game that I didn't know I needed. There's always something in your game to work on and improve, and we work closely with coaches to identify them and train accordingly.

Any advice for younger players?

My advice for a junior player would be to work on the basics of the game. If you do the basics of the game very well, then the rest becomes so much easier.

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Jordan Jones

Jordan Jones

Age

22

Position

Number 8

Clubs

Wrexham and Ruthin

How did the move to RGC come about?

Not really sure, to be honest. Ruthin have had a good season compared to the last few, so a good run of games for them without injury, and then Mark phoned me one Saturday after a game and asked me to come training.

How have you settled in?

Yeah settled in well, if I’m honest, great bunch of lads. Also knowing a lot from college days made a big difference!

How have you found the games?

I’ve enjoyed the games so far; nice to get back to playing a higher standard again; just finding my feet at the moment, but enjoying the step up.

What's the training/fitness work been like?

I’ve been impressed with the training; a lot more structured than what I’ve been used to, and the fitness side of things took me a week or two to get to grips with the speed of play, but not too bad.. I was dreading it at first.

Roommate on away journeys:

Will Bryan’s been my roommate on most away trips.

Have you noticed a change in your game, development since joining up...work ons with coaches?

I’d like to think my game’s improved a little bit, considering I’ve only been here a few months, and the more I time I can spend with Mark, Phil and the squad, the more I will improve as a player.

Rugby goal for the future:

Short term, carry on playing as high a standard as I can and improving. Long term, I’ve always wanted to play at the Principality Stadium.

Advice for any Junior player?

My advice would be to make sure you’re enjoying playing; that’s what it’s about; there’s going to be set backs like injuries and such, that’s all part of the journey… just be patient, and the opportunities will come.

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Sam Rogers

Age

18

Position

Fly-half

Club

Wrexham

Best memory from the Academy:

Either the International festival or the super six at the Arms Park.

How has the first season with the seniors been?

I have found the first season with the seniors challenging, due to the pace and skill level increase.

Have the experienced players helped you?

Yes, the experienced players have been very helpful making the transition into the seniors, making the changing room very welcoming. Both Billy and Danny have helped with the development of my game and understanding of plays etc.

Roommates on away games:

I have had a few different roommates on away games including Bailey and Billy. However, Cam was the best, due to him bringing his Amazon Fire TV stick.

How has the training been?

The training and fitness is a step up from the academy; everything is done at a higher pace. The standard is very high, which drives you to reach higher standards.

Have you noticed a change in your game, development since joining up...work ons with coaches?

I have noticed that my game has improved, due to the coaching staff and also the players around me. The players around me have also helped my development, as you pick up traits and certain things players do that you can adopt yourself.

Rugby goal for the future:

My rugby goal for the future is to play at the highest level I am capable of achieving

Any advice for younger players?

Advice for any junior player is to work hard and never give up. A good attitude will always impress!

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RGC Region Coaching Course Calendar

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Principality Premiership Round-up

League leaders Merthyr extended the gap at the top of the table with a win against relegated Bargoed. Star man Tom James paved the way for 3 tries with an impressive performance. 

Cardiff went down to a defeat against Pontypridd, playing 10 minutes with 13 men, and another 10 minutes with 14 men.

The home side took full advantage, and the 2 early tries in the 2nd half before a Stuckey-intercepted try gave today's visitors the BP win.

Llandovery rose to 2nd place in the table with a victory against Quins. The in-form Dovers made it 7 wins on the bounce, with the boot of Maynard influential to get them back on track in the 1st half, before they pulled away with the 24-13 win.

Bedwas are now in danger of being automatically relegated, after losing to Ebbw Vale. Scrivens gave Bedwas the early lead with a try, but Ebbw Vale took a 19-10 lead, and they didn't look back.

Newport relegated Cross Keys with a 43-24 bonus point win. Newport broke loose in the 2nd half and ran in 6 tries. Elliott Frewen was man of the match in the victory.

Llanelli eased relegation fears with a 5 try bonus point win against Swansea. Kalum Evans opened the scoring, before Dan Davis crashed over for a 2nd. Tom Pyrdie was also on the scoresheet with a try and penalty goal.

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Fixtures

Ebbw Vale v Neath

RGC v Pontypridd

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League Table

Merthyr 27 21 0 6 107
Llandovery 28 20 1 7 98
Cardiff 26 19 1 6 95
Ebbw Vale 28 19 1 8 90
Pontypridd 25 18 0 7 89
Newport 29 16 2 11 83
Aberavon 25 16 2 7 78
Swansea 28 15 0 13 75
RGC 26 12 1 13 73
Carmarthen 29 13 1 15 71
Llanelli 29 11 1 17 58
Bedwas 28 10 1 17 52
Bridgend 26 9 0 17 50
Cross Keys 27 5 1 21 35
Bargoed 27 6 0 21 33
Neath 26 1 0 25 3
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Today’s Visitors

Pontypridd and RGC are similar in form over the past 3 games, with 2 wins and 3 defeats. Last week Ponty put in a top performance in front of the Scrum V Friday night cameras, winning against Cardiff.

The defeats came against Ebbw Vale, Llandovery and Carmarthen Quins.

We turned in a good performance at Sardis Road earlier in the season, when we ourselves travelled down south to play in one of our many Friday night away games for the Scrum V cameras – winning 32-18.

Pontypridd last played us at Stadiwm Zip World in 2017 where we won 47-17, in the last game before the Premiership split into top and bottom 8.

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Supporters

Next away trip

Our next trip is on 4th May to Cross Keys. If you haven’t travelled with us before, then now is your chance, as the end of the season approaches. Just pop over to the fan zone to book your place!

Our raffle prize winners from last weekend’s coach to Bridgend - Catrin Roberts and Phil Doyle!

Raffle Winner Supporter Raffle Winner

 

Raffle

We'll be doing something a bit different with this raffle.

Suicide in rugby, and indeed sport as a whole, is a real problem and it's something we all want to help prevent.

Teams at all levels in Wales have lost players to suicide, and it's something we can't ignore.

With that said, all proceeds from the raffle will go towards Heads Together. We chose this particular charity as they spread their donations across a number of different suicide prevention and mental health partners.

The raffle prize will include a fantastic Wales top from Wales2Win, a ‘Noggin’ bobble hat and a Grand Slam Mugby!

Thank you to everyone as always for all of your support.

 

Merchandise

There’ll be a chance to buy some XBlades RGC apparel at the game without the worry of postage. Just head to the fan zone to have a browse!

 

End of season event

We’re busy working with the club to arrange a joint end of season bash after the final home game. We’ll let you know more details as we have them!

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Don’t Tell The McBryde

Don’t Tell The McBryde

Every programme we ask Billy for a confession.

Today’s - I confess to watching A Star Is Born, on my own, twice.

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Players Selection Box Set

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

Sam Rogers selects his

1- Shooter

2- Power

3- The Inbetweeners

4- Bodyguard

5- Narcos

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Principality Premiership Round-up

Fixtures 2018/2019

Home Games in Bold

01 September 2018

Neath RFC | 1st Team

37-19

Principality Premiership 

08 September 2018

Swansea | 1st Team

26-34

Principality Premiership

15 September 2018

Ebbw Vale | 1st Team

12-19

Principality Premiership 

21 September 2018

Pontypridd | 1st Team

18-32

Principality Premiership 

28 September 2018

Merthyr | 1st Team

10-34

Principality Premiership 

06 October 2018

Llandovery | 1st Team

22-34

Principality Premiership 

13 October 2018

Newport | 1st Team

8-15

Principality Premiership

20 October  2017

Carmarthen | 1st Team

35-22

Principality Premiership 

27 October 2018

Bargoed | 1st Team

40-7

Principality Premiership 

9 November 2018

Cardiff | 1st Team

25-19

Principality Premiership 

16 November 2018

Bedwas| 1st Team

38-12

Principality Premiership 

24 November 2018

Llanelli RFC | 1st Team 

39-19

Principality Premiership 

1 December 2018

Aberavon | 1st Team

15-7

Principality Premiership 

8 December 2018

Cross Keys | 1st Team

33-13

Principality Premiership

15 December 2018

Neath | 1st Team

P-P

Principality Premiership

22 December 2018

Swansea | 1st Team Home

17-31

Principality Premiership

29 December 2018

Bridgend | 1st Team

38-15

Principality Premiership

5th January 2019

Newport

17-35

WRU CUP

12 January 2019

Ebbw Vale RFC | 1st Team

27-26

Principality Premiership

18th January 2019

Pontypridd

PP

Principality Premiership

26th January

Cardiff

15-27

WRU Cup

02 February 2019

Merthyr | 1st Team

P-P

Principality Premiership

9 February 2019

Llandovery | 1st Team

24-31

Principality Premiership

17 February 2019

Newport | 1st Team

25-28

Principality Premiership

2nd March 2019

Carmarthen | 1st Team

15-15

Principality Premiership

8 March 2019

Bargoed | 1st Team

57-16

Principality Premiership

15th March 2019

Neath

7.30pm

Principality Premiership

23  March 2019

Cardiff | 1st Team

P-P

Principality Premiership

30 March 2019

Bedwas | 1st Team

17-45

Principality Premiership

07 April 2019

Llanelli | 1st Team

25-20

Principality Premiership

13 April 2019

Aberavon | 1st Team

13-15

Principality Premiership

20 April 2019

Bridgend | 1st Team

43-39

Principality Premiership

27 April 2019

Pontypridd

 

Principality Premiership

04 May 2019

Cross Keys | 1st Team

 

Principality Premiership

10 May 2019

Merthyr

Fri

Principality Premiership

18 May 2019

Cardiff

 

Principality Premiership

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LOCK

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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

Rhys Williams

Rhys Williams

CENTRE

Mold RFC

SP Energy Networks

BEAU WILLIAMS

BEAU WILLIAMS

LOCK/BACK ROW

Tauranga Sports

SP Energy Networks

KARL MARTIN

KARL MARTIN

WING/FULLBACK

False Bay RC

SP Energy Networks

DELWYN JONES

DELWYN JONES

CENTRE

Nant Conwy RFC

SP Energy Networks

Match Day Line-up

Saturday 27th April

RGC

 

Jordan SCOTT

Evan YARDLEY (Co-Captain)

Sam WAINWRIGHT

Bryn JONES

Robin WILLIAMS

Andrew WILLIAMS

Will BRYAN

Jordan JONES

Nick BUTTERWORTH

Billy McBRYDE

Sam JONES

Rhys WILLIAMS

Iolo EVANS (Co-Captain)

Harri EVANS

Afon BAGSHAW

George ROBERTS

Curtis REYNOLDS

Pedr JONES

Ilan ROWLANDS

Josh LEACH

Cam DAVIES

Aron EVANS

Sam ROGERS

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Corey Domachowski 

Rob jones

Morgan Bosanko 

Lloyd Evans 

Chris Dicomidis capt 

Morgan Sieniawski  

Rhys Shellard 

Alun Lawrence  

Joel Raikes

Ceri Sweeney 

Dale Stuckey

Gary Williams 

Alex Knott

Alex Webber

Ben jones 

Huw Owen

Huw Dowden

Luke Leddington 

Shay Smallman 

Rhod Jones

Sam Middlemiss 

Dafydd Lockyer 

Gab Davies

 

MATCH OFFICIALS

Stephen ALLSOP: Referee
Gwion DAVIES: Assistant Referee
Elliott MAYOR: Assistant Referee

 

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