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December 2016

Over Christmas, the Neath rugby community was saddened to learn of the passing of two stalwart workers for Youth rugby in the area. The Dulais Valley has lost a tremendous worker in MORRIS DAVIES of Seven Sisters RFC who captained

ABERAVON 58 points NEATH 18 points Aberavon went top of the Premiership after a second-half Neath collapse in front of a healthy derby crowd at the Talbot  Athletic Ground. The England cricket team this winter would have been proud of this spectacular

The Neath team will be chosen from :- Dan Guarneri Ed Howley Aaron Grabham Kristian Corbisiero Matthew Pearce Keiran Williams Gavin Evans Rory Morgan-Williams Iwan Evans Chris Morgans Josh Guy Neil White Ben Uphill Callum Jones Ifan Phillips Sion Crocker Aled Morris Ryan Thomas Geraint James Rhys Jones Lyndon Bateman Jonny Griffiths Jon Barley Calum Davies Charlie Davies Leon Ward Jordan Collier (captain)

Neath Team Manager Martyn Morris has praised his side for coming through three games in eight days with a perfect 3 wins out of 3 record, saying, “As we entered this particular phase of the season, we stressed to our

Please note that Mike Price's talk on "Neath RFC During World War 1" scheduled for Tuesday evening (December 20th) has been postponed until early in the New Year. Details of re-arranged date soon.

CARDIFF 23 points NEATH 28 points Neath completed back-to-back Foster's Cup wins over Cardiff in a compelling encounter under the Arms Park floodlights. Coach Gareth Llewellyn warned pre-match that this would be much tougher than the game at The Gnoll a week

NEATH 26 points MAESTEG nil In torrential rain, Neath and Maesteg served up some decent pre-Christmas entertainment for a small crowd of wet-weather supporters. Neath, as could be expected, were comfortable winners by 4 tries to nil – hooker and captain for

Neath Team Manager Martyn Morris has re-affirmed how important the pre-Christmas period is to the Welsh All Blacks saying, “The Maesteg and Cardiff games are very important to us – challenging fixtures outside the League confines.” Following Wednesday's Foster's Cup victory