SWANSEA 32 points NEATH 32 points A last-gasp penalty by full back Ed Howley earned Neath a draw at St. Helen's after the Blacks had once again squandered a winning position, having earlier led 29-17 with ten minutes remaining. Dry-weather rugby was
There is a new venue, a new date and a new name for the WRU National 7s tournament. The Heineken 7s replaces the Foster’s 7s and will now take place at Parc y Scarlets on Saturday 27 May rather than
The funeral of former Neath RFC secretary Allan Benjamin will be held at London Road Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, May 2nd at 12.30pm followed by a private service at Margam Crematorium.
NEATH 29 points BARGOED 36 points Neath's Jekyll and Hyde progress continued when they missed out on the opportunity to go top of Tier 2 in contriving to throw away a 19-point lead against Bargoed. For much of the season, Neath's form
Easter Saturday sees Neath entertain Bargoed at The Gnoll (kick off 2.30pm). After Neath's spectacular 8-try 59-14 win over Cross Keys last week, the young Welsh All Blacks will be aiming to continue in this vein but Bargoed are redoubtable opponents
After Neath's spectacular 8-try 59-14 demolition of Cross Keys, things are as tight as can be at the top – and a win for Neath next Saturday will propel them into first place. Newport remain top after dismissing Swansea 28-10. Rhys
Neath team manager Martyn Morris was full of praise for his young charges after Saturday's breathtaking 59-14 victory over Cross Keys but he is insistent that the team will not get carried away – especially with battling Bargoed lurking on
NEATH 59 points CROSS KEYS 14 points Neath produced a performance of pure pace and precision to overwhelm previously unbeaten Cross Keys at the top of the table in the sunshine at The Gnoll. After an immaculately observed silent tribute to former