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July 2017

Skewen have cried off Saturday's game against Neath but the Welsh All Blacks have moved quickly and arranged a game at Ystalyfera instead (kick off 2.30pm). Neath secretary Mike Price said, "We are very grateful to Ystalyfera for stepping in to

By the end of the 2016/17 season, Neath were playing some genuinely exciting rugby with a back division which looked both innovative and threatening. The good news for Gnoll supporters is that the promising back-line has been further strengthened by some

Local wing prospect James Roberts has signed for Neath for the 2017/18 season. The 20 year old has already played twice for Neath on permit from Glynneath after coming through Neath College and the regional age grade system and will compete

NEATH SCHOOLS U-15 DEWAR SHIELD/LAWRENCE MILLER BOWL FIXTURES 2017/18 Sept 30 Ceredigion A Oct 14 Aberavon H Oct 28 Merthyr H Nov 11 South Powys A Nov 25 Rhymney Valley H Dec. 9 RGC South H Jan. 20 Blaenau Gwent A

NEATH's opening Premiership game of the 2017/18 season at home to SWANSEA on Saturday, August 26th will kick off at 7.30pm to avoid a clash with cricket being played on the adjacent field. Supporters should note that the pre-season game against MOSELEY

WRU National Cup 2017/18 Round 1 (matches to be played on the weekend of 6 January, 2018) NEATH have been handed a home draw against CARDIFF at THE GNOLL on the first weekend of January. The full draw (below) sees local sides Skewen

The Neath pack made huge strides last season and the good news for Gnoll supporters is that all will be back for the 2017/18 season. In the front-row, loose-head props Ben Uphill and Neil White will continue to provide the scrummaging

Utility back Geraint Llewellyn who made 6 starts and 4 appearances as a replacement for Neath last season has signed his first contract with the Welsh All Blacks. Geraint made his debut in the 28-23 Foster's Cup win at Cardiff in

Back row forward Jordan Collier will captain Neath again in the 2017/18 season. The 22 year old led Neath last season after being vice-captain the previous year and he is relishing the opportunity and responsibility of leading Neath for a second