Former Trebanos outside-half Rhys Harris has joined Neath RFC. The 18 year old brick-layer made his debut on permit in last Friday's 42-nil win at Brynaman and converted all six tries and impressed with his lengthy touch-finding and general play too. Coach
Neath visit Ystrad on Saturday 3rd December for the next league fixture. Bus leaves the Clubhouse at 12.00pm (2.30pm KO), returning at 6.30pm. The bus is fully booked but if you want to add your name to the list in case there
Contratulations to Ysgol Gymraeg Ystalyfera who are through to the final of the Welsh Cup, following the win versus Christ College Brecon this afternoon. The final will be played at the Principality Stadium next month. Trwy i rownd derfynol Cwpan CYMRU!!!
Neath RFC is saddened to hear that long-serving supporter Rita Harrison has passed away. Rita was a regular follower of the Welsh All Blacks at home games and away, near and far and is missed by all. The Club's sympathy goes to
Ysgol Gymraeg Ystalyfera senior XV are playing in the Welsh Cup semi final on Wednesday 23rd November at 2:30pm versus Christ College Brecon at The Gnoll. This is a repeat of last year’s final. Ysgol Gymraeg Ystalyfera has a strong link with
Neath RFC are seeking a Boxing Day fixture at The Gnoll. An appropriate guarantee is available - please contact rugby secretary Mike Price on 07873 301214.
On the chilliest evening of the season so far, Neath made hard work of it in the first-half but eased away in the second to register a comfortable win on their visit to Brynaman to help mark the home club's
WRU Championship leaders Neath visit Brynaman RFC on Friday (kick off 7.15pm) in a special fixture to help the home side mark their 125th anniversary. Neath eased past Cardiff Metropolitan by 60-17 last Saturday and, with no further league action this
Neath visit Brynaman on Friday 18th November as part of their 125th Anniversary season. Bus leaves the Clubhouse at 6.00pm (7.15pm KO), returning @ 9:30pm. To book YOUR seat on the “FUN BUS” contact Robert Smith on 07890645195 or Gillian Lewis on
Neath's team management were quietly pleased with Neath's big win (60-17) against Cardiff Metropolitan on Saturday - particularly the clinical manner in which the Blacks put away what was in the end a talented but tired opposition. The Blacks' win was