Neath RFC kick off their 150th home season when Maesteg Quins visit The Gnoll on Saturday (kick off 2.30pm). It is a vital WRU Championship Cup game which should not be missed. Admission is just £5 for adults and Under-16's are FREE.
Tickets for bank holiday £8.00 (Sunday) We hope we’ll see you there for a drink and to enjoy some fabulous music and food!🍻🎶 To book a table, do so via this link: https://neathrfc.com/online-booking 😊 As we won't be able to guarantee space for
In their quest for match practice after a couple of cancellations, Neath were grateful to Gilfach Goch for the chance to re-visit the Division 2 East club and, in modern parlance, the evening ticked all the boxes as the Blacks
Wayne Pivac’s Wales team may be preparing to take on the might of the southern hemisphere this autumn but the WRU’s 300+ community clubs will also reach a milestone of their own. The Welsh Rugby Union’s Community Game Board has made
Neath were made to work far harder than the score-line suggests by plucky Gilfach Goch who are a well-organised side and whose attitude is a credit to them. . The Welsh All Blacks ran in 10 tries (5 in each half)
Neath RFC travel to play Gilfach Goch on Wednesday evening (kick off 7.15pm). The starting line-up shows several changes with Ben Atkins, James Roberts, N?icky Griffiths, Josh Clark, Tim Ryan and Alun Jones coming into the starting line-up. In the pack, Jack
Following the cancellation of Friday's home game, Neath RFC will now visit Gilfach Goch next Wednesday, kick off 7.15pm. Supporters will recall a very tough Cup game between the sides there some years ago. For supporters who intend to travel, Gilfach Goch
Swansea will visit The Gnoll to play Neath on Saturday, September 11 (kick off 2.30pm). It is fitting that Wales' oldest club fixture takes part in this Neath RFC's 150th Anniversary season as Swansea-Neath is the first recorded Welsh inter-club fixture
Neath's 2021/22 season got off to a belated and dismal start when they fell at the first hurdle to Maesteg Quins who fully merited their bonus point victory. To say that Neath were slow out of the blocks would be the
Unfortunately Birchgrove have withdrawn from Friday's fixture at The Gnoll due to a raft of injuries.