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March 2018

There is Principality Premiership action at The Gnoll on Good Friday when Neath host big-spending Premiership leaders Merthyr (kick off 2.30pm). Following the game, the clubhouse will be open for the televised Scarlets' tie against La Rochelle in the European Quarter

Hopefully, everyone has remembered to put their clocks forward one hour because summer-time is here and this afternoon Neath play Newport at Rodney Parade (kick off 2.30pm). There is one late change in the All Blacks' line-up with Glynneath captain James

Another of Neath coach Paul Williams' talented crop of College youngsters will make his debut for Wales Under-18 when they face England at Pontypridd on Sunday (4.15pm). Neath RFC's best wishes go to centre Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler - who also plays cricket

Due to cricket being played on the adjacent ground the final home game of the season, Neath-Aberavon scheduled for May 5th has been brought forward to Friday, May 4th at The Gnoll, kick off 7.30pm. We appreciate Aberavon RFC's assistance -

At the moment we have stopped our bar meals & sunday lunches. We are still able to provide buffets and meals for functions and our match day hospitality will be unaffected. This will also mean that christmas lunches and any other parties

Neath have completed a shock swoop for former All Black and Scarlets centre Regan King. One of the classiest players ever to play regional rugby, he will start at The Gnoll in June and Neath hope the centre will play an