It was a week of inactivity for Neath but there was plenty happening in the rugby world. On Friday evening, Neath were toppled from top spot in Tier 2 by Cross Keys whose 26-nil bonus point win at Swansea sent them
Neath will visit the Brewery Field on Saturday to play Bridgend in a friendly fixture (kick off 2.30pm). Team Manager Martyn Morris said, "After going without a game last weekend we need to get back into action. Finding worthwhile games at
Congratulations to Neath's Keiran Williams and Reuben Morgan-Williams who are included in the Wales squad to play Scotland on Friday. Keiran starts for the third time this season while Reuben is on the bench after playing his first half an hour's
CROSS KEYS 29 points NEATH 10 points Battling Neath were booted out of the Cup by Cross Keys whose outside-half Josh Prosser kicked 19 points to dismiss any hopes the Blacks had of progress in this year's tourney. Ultimately, it was Neath's
Neath went top of what Newport secretary Dennis Bennett tagged the “Traditional Tier” when they won impressively 37-15 at Parc-y-Scarlets on Thursday evening. It was 13-10 to Neath at the end of an evenly-fought first-half but the Welsh All Blacks pulled
LLANELLI 15 points NEATH 37 points Neath zoomed to the top of the Premiership 2 table with a rare but very well deserved win against Llanelli at Parc-y-Scarlets on Thursday evening. The Welsh All Blacks were keen to continue the good form
When the Premiership split was determined, Newport's esteemed secretary Dennis Bennett said, “It’s as if the clock had been turned back thirty years and we were reading one of our old fixture lists ” and - if the opening round
POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER SCHOOLS RUGBY - We host @BaeBaglan v @gowertonschool & @bryntegrugby v @YsgolGyfunGwyr tomorrow from 1pm - £2 entry for adults!