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May 2016

The "Western Mail" via "Wales on Line" this week hailed the experimental 6-point try in the Premiership as a "success" of "incredible" proportions - absolute codswallop ! "Wales On-line" apparently considers it "incredible" that 177 more tries were scored in 2015-16

Following their 19-7 win at Glynneath on Saturday, RGC will now take their place in the expanded Premiership next season along with Bargoed, Merthyr and Swansea. Neath supporters will be relieved to hear that Aaron Bramwell, playing on permit for Glynneath,

Confirmation has been received that centre Keiran Williams, outside-half Luke Price, scrum-half Reuben Morgan-Williams and flanker Josh Cole will continue their rugby education with Neath next season. Tonmawr back-rower Charlie Davies has also been allocated by the Ospreys Academy and team

The final composition of the Premiership for next season - indeed, for the next three seasons - will be decided at Glynneath on Saturday, For Abernant Park, home of Glynneath RFC, will determine the destiny of North Wales club RGC -

Now that the season is over, the squad, management and Board of Directors of Neath Rugby would like to sincerely thank all our sponsors and supporters for their continued backing in 2015/16. A special thank-you goes to those volunteers who give

Older Neath RFC supporters will be sorry to learn of the deaths of Dr. D.M. Davies and Albert Price. Dr. Davies was a Life Member of the Club, having served as one of its Honorary Medical Officers for over 30 years.