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Saturday October 27, 2018
KO 2:30 p.m.

Zip World

Zip World, Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay


Match day sponsor

SP Energy Networks Principality

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

A message from Sion

A message from Sion

This is not a time to get in the past; we need to use the experiences to fuel our future, and I hope that starts today.

Welcome back to the home of North Wales Rugby; today we welcome visitors Bargoed RFC to Stadiwm Zip World, who, on the back of a convincing 38-13 win against Aberavon, will, I’m sure, be on the hunt for another win today.

Not only is every club in the Premiership fighting for their survival, it’s clearly evident that every team making their trip South to North are raising their game in the attempt to secure a win against RGC. Admittedly, it has been a tough start to the season, and we are still to put a full 80-minute performance together, but I’m confident this young squad is learning, and a big performance is imminent.

No one likes to lose, particularly at home, but this young squad is full of resilient characters and I have every confidence that they will bounce back and deliver…hopefully that starts today.

With half-term just around the corner, if you have any time on your hands then you may fancy coming down on Tuesday 30th October to watch the North Wales and RGC talent of the future. Next Tuesday we will be hosting the first ever RGC Super 4’s which will feature RGC East, West, South and the visiting Welsh Exiles. The tournament starts at 1pm and will run through the afternoon, so if you would like to see some of North Wales’ future talent, please come on down to Stadiwm Zip World and support the teams.

Please join me in getting behind the team today and make some noise.

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

Welcome back to Stadiwm Zip World, as we face a Bargoed side who will be full of confidence after last week’s win against Aberavon.

As for ourselves, we know we have not been playing well enough for long parts of the games in recent weeks, which has cost us.

Against Newport we didn’t create any real opportunities, but last week it was the opposite, and we didn’t finish the ones we created at Quins  The analogy of a goal scorer who isn’t hitting the back of the net comes to mind, as if they think that by getting in the position to score, then the goals will come. So for us, we need to keep creating the chances, and improve our execution in attack, which we are focusing on this week.  Our line-out is another focus, and it has creaked at times recently, and that has been a work-on at training. 

Bargoed will be a difficult test, and they will bring a strong set piece and line speed in defence. All teams are focused on staying in the league, and you can see from the results that everyone is getting stuck in.  We are no different, and we know if we focus on our performance, then results will follow.  Aberavon had some good form before playing Bargoed last week, but that counted for nothing on the day.

We need to respect the opposition, do our homework and prepare the best we can.

This year we have had some injuries, especially in the backline, which has meant we haven’t picked the same line-up for more than one game, so we have lost that continuity.  Looking at last season we had the spine at 9, 10 and 12 and this season we are looking to find that settled line-up.

We have plenty to do, and the players and coaches are working really hard. It is a collective effort and, with everyone pulling together and believing, we will get there.

As always thanks for your support; the backing over the past couple of weeks has been huge, and we are all grateful.

Enjoy the game

Diolch

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Mascot

Mascot name:  Lydia Workman

Age: 8 years old

School:  Ysgol Llandrillo Yn Rhos

Club: Colwyn Bay Rugby Club Under 9's / Dreigiau'r Glannau –

Favourite player: Cam Davies

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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Question of RGC

We asked the players and staff the big question…what was the 1st Album/Single you bought?

George Roberts

Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not

Rhys Williams

Maroon 5 – Songs About Jane

Andrew Williams

Oasis – (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? (Cassette)

Cam Davies/Tim Grey/Danny Cross

Busted – What I Go To School For

Mei Parry/Curtis Reynolds: Eminem – Curtain Call

Harri Evans

OutKast – Speakerboxxx

Efan Jones

Stereophonics – Keep Calm and Carry On  

Dion Jones

The Black Eyed Peas – Elephunk

Efan Yardley

Green Day – American Idiot

Bailey Rae

The Black Eyed Peas – Monkey Business

Dan Owen

Bon Jovi – No Apologies

 

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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
 

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Statman Sam’s

Stats Corner

We have spent 36 minutes in opposition 22

We have scored 187 points

We have scored 24 tries

We have made 48 line-breaks

We have made 658 tackles

We have kicked 155 times

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Partners

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Friday Night Lights

We have 3 Friday games in November.

Friday 9th November

Cardiff away 7.10pm (Live on BBC)

Friday 16th November

Bedwas home 7.15pm

Friday 23rd November

Llanelli home 7.15pm

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Academy News

Update from Performance Manager Josh Leach

Despite the first Regional Age Grade block coming to an end a few weeks back, there has been plenty going on within the Academy through September and October.

Our U18s group have transitioned back to their colleges, schools and clubs up until Christmas, and the Academy has flipped to early morning training, with the boys coming in to work on their skills and conditioning from 6am, four days a week. However, they are reaping the rewards for their efforts, as it’s been particularly pleasing to see so many of them playing well for Coleg Llandrillo in the WRU Schools & Colleges League.

Our U16s have also transitioned back to their schools and clubs, but continue to train with RGC once a week, in order to continue working on their skills and conditioning. They’ve also been making the most of the fantastic new 4G facility here at Parc Eirias.

This month has also seen RGC U15s East, South, and West begin their competitive season, having worked on their skills throughout the summer. They will come together with the Welsh Exiles here at Eirias on 30th October in a round robin festival. Kindly supported by Coleg Llandrillo and Coleg Cambria, this will be a great event and an opportunity to see the future talent of North Wales.

This was where it all started for the four Senior Academy players who have already made, or are likely to make their debut for RGC Senior team this season. Bailey Rae, Sam Rogers, Will Sanderson, and Shaun Owen were part of last years U18s group, before making the step up to the Senior training group for this season. They’ve been learning from not only Mark and Phil, but also from the more senior players around them. So far they have been making steady progress, and I hope in a season or two they will be pushing for a regular spot in the team

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Player Profile

Will Sanderson

Age 18

Position: Loose head prop

Club: Wrexham Rugby Club

How have you found the transition?

It has been OK, to be fair, stepping up from the Academy.  I have learnt a huge amount in a short space of time being around the senior environment.

Have the senior players helped?

The experienced players in the squad do help me; they give me advice and tips on how I could get better and what I did well. You just have to see someone like Sam Wainwright, who has developed in the past few years,

Aims for the season?

Really it is about learning, developing and pushing on. If I do that, then hopefully it is to try and get as much game time as possible.

How has it been working with Phil John?

He has been a huge help; it is a big bonus to have someone with his experience and knowledge. He has improved my scrummaging and other parts of the game, and I am constantly learning.

Any advice to young players?

My advice to young rugby players would be to try as hard as you can, and if you don’t succeed, just try again, but always look at what you could do better, and keep listening and learning.

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RGC Women Review

RGC Women have finished the Regional Series, and in a season of transition after losing some experienced players, the foundations have been put in place for the future.

Winger Jess Kavanagh has enjoyed seeing the team develop: “This season was exciting. Seeing new faces coming into the regional programme was fab. Then seeing the talent they had was exciting; the young girls across all regions showed great ability!

“The RGC season was like a rollercoaster; losing in the last 5 min with a penalty against the Scarlets was hard to take, because RGC played all the rugby.  New faces settled in fast, to say the least. We grew as a team as we played each game. But the season was too short for us to reach where we, as RGC, could be. The talent in the group has great potential. Playing at home was the icing on the cake - even for me, it’s a BIG one to be a part of. I’d like to thank the coaching staff for making it a special one. The pre-match engagement for the future girls of RGC was amazing. The changing room set-out was brilliant, with a good luck card each from the youngsters. And then to play in Stadiwm Zip World in front of family and friends, beating the Dragons with a great performance from the whole squad was AMAZING. “

“I can’t wait for next season already!!”

Coach Rachel Taylor moved to the other side of the touchline this season: “It has been a bit of a rollercoaster. From playing to supporting the coaching team has been much harder than I expected. Having said that, the staff and the players have been really supportive, and I’ve enjoyed the process. It’s such a short season, and I wish we’d had more time to develop our style of play.”

“As I said, the players have been great; everyone has an understanding of where we are in our development, as it’s only our second year of being a regional side.”

“I’ve loved unearthing some hidden talent up in RGC, and managing to give our U18’s a pathway, as well getting the support from our amazing sponsors Llaeth Y Llan. My highlight of the season would definitely be the victory against Dragons. Not only as it’s a win but to have everyone from Clusters to our women’s senior sides supporting meant the day had a really good feeling around it.”

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Fixtures

Bedwas v Cardiff 


Aberavon v Carmarthen Quins 


Bargoed v Llanelli 


Bridgend v Llandovery 


Ebbw Vale v Cross Keys 


Neath v Merthyr 


RGC v Newport 


Swansea v Pontypridd 

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League table

Merthyr 8 7 0 1 34
Ebbw Vale 8 7 0 1 32
Pontypridd 8 6 0 2 30
Aberavon 8 6 0 2 27
Llandovery 8 5 0 3 27
Cardiff 8 5 0 3 26
Newport 8 5 0 3 25
Carmarthen 8 5 0 3 25
RGC 8 4 0 4 22
Bargoed 8 3 0 5 17
Bridgend 8 3 0 5 17
Cross Keys 8 2 0 6 16
Bedwas 8 2 0 6 14
Swansea 8 2 0 6 12
Llanelli 8 2 0 6 10
Neath 8 0 0 8 4
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Today’s Visitors

Bargoed head north full of confidence after a home win against Aberavon, which followed on from another win against Llanelli.  They opened the season with 3 defeats against Llandovery, Newport and Quins, but a victory against Cross Keys started the run of good form.

Currently, they are a place below RGC in the league, sitting 11th with 17 points.

We played each other in the last game of the season, which turned out to be a thriller, as RGC edged the 35-31 away win.  Past history from the Premiership and Championship has shown this will be another exciting game.

They will bring a strong scrum set piece, with 4 penalty tries in the past 4 games. Adam Powell and Ashley Gibson are good ball carriers, with Josh Prosser offering a good kicking game.

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Principality Premiership Round-Up

RGC fell to their 1st away defeat of the season, when Carmarthen Quins picked up the bonus point win.  RGC scored a couple of late tries from Jordan Scott and Cam Davies, but the Quins were already out of sight with the victory.

Pontypridd picked up an important win against an Ebbw Vale side who were unbeaten. It was an equal game for much of the afternoon, but the boot of Ben Jones clinched the win with 3 second-half penalties.

Today’s visitors, Bargoed, grabbed the result of the week, when they beat Aberavon 38-18.  Bargoed out-scrummaged Aberavon, with Ashley Norton grabbing a brace of tries

Newport continued winning ways with a home victory against Bridgend.

Cardiff and Llanelli shared 93 points in a high-scoring game, with Cardiff coming out with the victory. Cardiff made it 4 wins on the bounce. Gareth Thompson reached the 500-point mark for Cardiff in the game.

Merthyr grabbed top spot in the Premiership with a win against Swansea, the All Whites took a surprise lead, but Jay Baker got his side back in the game. Kyle Evans also picked up a try in the bonus point win.

Bedwas got an away win at Cross Keys, and it was the only away victory in the league last weekend.

In the Friday TV game, Llandovery won with a clinical 30-3 victory against bottom club Neath. After 3 defeats, it was back to winning ways for Llandovery. The assured boot of Jack Maynard steered them to victory.

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Daf’s Diary/Dyddiadur Daf

Daf’s Diary/Dyddiadur Daf

A very warm welcome to you all, and it’s good to be back at Stadiwm Zipworld for this afternoon’s Principality Premiership encounter against our friends from the Rhymney Valley.  It’s with great pleasure that we welcome Bargoed players, officials and supporters to Parc Eirias for what I think will be a tough physical game.

Bargoed will be arriving today in top form having beaten Llanelli a fortnight ago 27-10, whilst they were at their rampaging best last week with a 38 to 18 victory over Aberavon.  With three wins from eight games, Bargoed are currently tenth in the Premiership, just one place beneath us and only five points behind us.

The last few games have been a big contrast for us.  We recorded a good away win at Llandovery however, against Newport and Carmarthen Quins we let ourselves down and didn’t play as well as we could have.  The players and coaches are working exceptionally hard, and it’s a case of turning the corner and turning these defeats into victories.  Once we get on a bit of a roll, I’m convinced this team will push forward.

Bargoed will be a tough team to beat, but we are at home, and with a big crowd behind us, we can create a good atmosphere by delivering a top performance.  This is a big year for us, and we must all stick together and get behind this RGC team.  In the dressing room this afternoon there will be no shortage of passion, commitment, knowledge, talent and professionalism.  Your RGC team will be focussed on one thing only today, and that is beating Bargoed.

This afternoon let us all stand as one with pride and passion and recognise what can be achieved when together we apply our mind, our body and our spirit, united behind a desire to be simply the best.

Once again, a sincere thanks to all the Stadiwm Zipworld staff for their work in preparing the ground and its facilities.

Finally, thank you to the many supporters who made the trip to Carmarthen last Saturday.  The noise and atmosphere you created in backing your team were incredible, and I hope that atmosphere will be repeated this afternoon.

Enjoy the game and may I wish you a safe trip home following the game.

Daf

Joint Team Manager

Croeso cynnes iawn i chi gyd ac mae’n dda i fod yn ôl yn Stadiwm Zipworld ar gyfer ein gêm Uwch-Gynghrair Principality yn erbyn ein ffrindiau o Gwm Rhymni.  Mae’n pleser pur cael croesawu chwaraewyr, swyddogion a chefnogwyr Bargoed i Barc Eirias am gêm rwyn credu fydd yn gêm galed a chorfforol

Fe fydd Bargoed yn dod i’r gogledd yn llawn hyder ar ôl curo Llanelli 27-10 pythefnos yn ôl, ac ar ôl gael buddugoliaeth swmpus o 38 pwynt i 18 yn erbyn Aberafan wythnos diwethaf.  Ar hyn o bryd mae Bargoed yn degfed yn y tabl ar ôl ennill tri gêm a cholli 5.  Mae’r Teirw o Gwm Rhymni dim ond un lle o dan ni yn y tabl a pump pwynt tu ôl i ni.

Mae ein gêmau diwethaf wedi bod o gyferbyniad fawr i ni.  Cawson ni buddugoliaeth bendigedig lawr yn Llanymddyfri ond yn erbyn Casnewydd a Cwins Caerfyrddin, wnaethon ni gadael ein hunain i lawr a beidio chwarae mor cystal ag y gallwn ni.  Mae’r chwaraewyr a’r hyfforddwyr yn gweithio yn eithriadol o galed ac mae’n mater o droi’r gornel a troi’r colledion i fuddugoliaethau.  Rwyn sicr pan byddwn yn cael y buddugoliaethau fe fydd y tîm ‘ma yn camu ‘mlaen

Fe fydd Bargoed yn tîm caled i guro ond rydyn ni yn chwarae gartref ac trwy roi perfformiad da, a gyda torf fawr tu ôl i ni, gallwn creu awyrgylch dda yn y stadiwm.  Mae’n flwyddyn mawr i ni ac felly mae’n rhaid i ni sefyll gydai’n gilydd a chefnogi y tîm.  Fydd na dim prinder o angerdd, ymrwymiad, gwybodaeth, dawn a proffesiynoldeb yn yr ystafell newid prynhawn ‘ma.  Dim ond un peth fydd eich tîm yn canolbwyntio ar heddiw ac hynny yw curo Bargoed.

Prynhawn ‘ma gadewch i ni sefyll gyda’n gilydd fel un gyda balchder a angerdd, a cydnabod beth sy gallu cael ei cyflawni os gyda’n gilydd rydyn ni yn cynnig ein meddwl, ein corff ac ein ysbryd, wedi eu uno tu ôl yr awydd i fod y gorau.

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

Yn olaf, diolch o’r galon i’r nifer o gefnogwyr a wnaeth teithio i Gaerfyrddin wythnos diwethaf.  Roedd y sŵn a’r awyrgylch wnaethoch chi creu wrth cefnogi eich tîm yn anhygoel ac rwyn gobeithio bydd yr awyrgylch ‘ma yn cael ei ail-greu prynhawn ‘ma

Mwynhewch y gêm ac dymunwn taith adre diogel i chi yn dilyn y gêm

Daf

Cyd-reolwr y Tîm

 

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RGC Supporters Club

Last Saturday saw a coach full of RGC supporters take to the road for the away game against Carmarthen. This is what Steve Williams, a member of the Supporters Club Committee, had to say following the trip:

“Another Saturday, another away trip for RGC. It was a full bus, with both new and familiar faces. It was an early start, and after a few pick-ups, we were on our way, stopping for breakfast in Newtown. Bellies full, we drew the raffle for the prize, which had been kindly donated by The Bay Hop, Colwyn Bay.

We arrived to a warm welcome and a lovely hospitality package from Carmarthen RFC. We made our way to the ground, set in the middle of a public park, which meant no alcohol in the stands – maybe not such a bad thing! The away support definitely outnumbered the home fans, and we roared as the boys made their way onto the pitch. We had a bright start, but Carmarthen stepped up and took the win. A disappointing result, but a brilliant day. A big thank you to all of the fans that made the trip with us.”

Our next supporters’ coach is booked in for the game against Aberavon on 1 December. If you want to secure your seat and kick this festive month off in style, just email RGC1404SC@gmail.com, or come and find us in the fan zone. It’s just £10 for members of the Supporters Club and a guaranteed fun-filled day out.

Bring some change along to the game against Bedwas and grab a raffle ticket for your chance to win the first RGC Supporters Club Mugby! But don’t panic, if you’re not lucky enough to be the raffle winner, you can get yours for just £8 from the fan zone!

If you haven’t joined the RGC Supporters Club yet, you can find us in the fan zone, ready and waiting with badges and membership forms. Being a member gives you access to lower cost travel on the away coaches, and any other benefits we can arrange.

 

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RGC Courses

WRU Coaching Early Contact Course – U9-U11

9 hours / £50 / Minimum Age 16

Tuesday 13th November 2018 6pm-9pm

Sunday 18th November 2018 9am-4pm

Bangor University


UKCC Full Game Level One – U12+

2 hours / £100 / Minimum Age 18

Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th January 2018

Coleg Llandrillo

9am-5pm both days


UKCC Level Two Course

4 Days / £250 / Minimum Age 18

Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th December 2018

Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th January 2019

Coleg Llandrillo

9am-5pm all 4 days


World Rugby Level One Strength and Conditioning Course

1 Day / £40 / Minimum Age 16

Sunday 2nd December 2018 9am-4pm

Bangor University


Level One Referees Course

1 Day / £30 / Minimum Age 16

Sunday 9th December 2018 9am - 4pm

Ruthin RFC

 

For information contact THoare@wru.wales

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RGC Remembers

We catch up with former RGC player Tom Hughes

Years at RGC:

8+ years

Position:

Prop

Favourite Game:

My last game, beating Ebbw Vale at home. We’d come up through the championship with them, and they were our yardstick for a while, so to beat them comprehensively with a bonus point gave our squad the belief that we belonged in the Premiership.

Funniest Story:  

An awful lot of funny stories, particularly on the bus trips home, and the word ‘Rodvin’ creeps up in plenty of them.

Favourite Memory:

My favourite memory was from our final year in the championship; it had come down to us vs Pontypool in the race for promotion. We had to beat them on their patch for a chance to go up, and we did just that. The crowd played an unbelievable role, as the RGC fans outnumbered theirs 2 to 1 on the day. The resilience in that team with the likes of Kelvin, Bryno and Tiaan was brilliant; from the moment we stepped on the pitch there was no way we were going to lose.

What does RGC mean to you?

For a long time RGC meant everything to me; I made some lifelong mates there, and enjoyed many unforgettable matches. I will always be grateful for the opportunities I was given there, and even though I’m back at Bala, theirs is still the first score I look for on a Saturday evening.

Favourite song on the bus trips:

It has to be Meatloaf’s Bat out of Hell

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Players Selection Box Set

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

Afon Bagshaw selects his

Bodyguard

Killing Eve

Game of Thrones

Friends

Planet Earth 2

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Principality Premiership

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

 

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 Home

 

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

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Evan Yardley

HOOKER

Bridgend Athletic

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Joe Simpson

Joe Simpson

FRONT ROW

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Sam Wainwright

Sam Wainwright

PROP

Rhyl RFC

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Bryn Jones

Bryn Jones

LOCK

Dolgellau RFC

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Robin Williams

Robin Williams

LOCK

Caernarfon RFC

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Andrew Williams

Andrew Williams

BACK ROW

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Mei Parry

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Holyhead RFC

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Tim Grey

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Efan Jones

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Billy Mcbryde

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FLYHALF

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Iolo Evans

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Danny Cross

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Sam Jones

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WING

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Dion Jones

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FULLBACK

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Curtis Reynolds

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Harpenden

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George Roberts

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Joel Ringer

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Cowbridge RFC

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Daniel Owen

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Ilan Rowlands

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Nicholas Butterworth

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Tom Hughes

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Bailey Rae

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Jordan Scott

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PROP

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Cameron Davies

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Rhys Williams

Rhys Williams

CENTRE

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Beau Williams

Beau Williams

LOCK

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Josh Leach

Josh Leach

BACK ROW

Colwyn Bay RFC

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Aron Evans

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Match day line up

SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER 2018

 

JOE SIMPSON

EVAN YARDLEY (CC)

SAM WAINWRIGHT

BRYN JONES

BEAU WILLIAMS

ANDREW WILLIAMS

WILL BRYAN

TIM GREY

EFAN JONES

BILLY MCBRYDE

IOLO EVANS

RHYS WILLIAMS

TOM HUGHES

SAM JONES

DANNY CROSS

GEORGE ROBERTS

CURTIS REYNOLDS

JORDAN SCOTT

ILAN ROWLANDS

DAN OWEN

NICHOLAS BUTTERWORTH

ARON EVANS

HARRI EVANS

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Rhys Morgan

Lewys Lippiett

Alex Gardner-key

Ashley Gibson

Louis Blacker

Lewis Johnson

Callum Lloyd Davies

Grant Rogers

James Leadbeater

Joshua Prosser

Ashley Norton

Darren Humphries

Barney Nightingale

Jordan Purcell

James Hallett

Matthew Bancroft

Calum Jones

Matthew Oliver Billett

Wade Langley

James Locke

Bryce Morgan

Daniel Suter

John Lavender

 

Referee: Richard DEACY

Assistant Referees: Mike JOLLEY and Simon DIGNAM

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