Neath RFC has confirmed that it has submitted an 'Expression of Interest' to the WRU regarding the proposed new 'Elite' league. The 'Expression of Interest' has been submitted and receipted - the first, small step in the process. The Club now has
Neath were well beaten at Llandovery by last season's Indigo Premiership champions who were intent upon regaining the leadership of this year's table from Ebbw Vale – and did so with relative comfort. Fortunately for the players and spectators including a
Match report to follow in due course…..
Neath visit second-placed Llandovery at Church Bank on Saturday (kick off 2.30pm) seeking to stage an upset. The starting line-up shows only three changes with James Roberts and Llewellyn Hawkes coming in on the wings and Owain Morgan at flanker. Changes on
Neath RFC is mourning the passing of former full back Dennis Gethin at the age of 79. Dennis never forgot his roots as the son of a miner from Seven Sisters and revelled in his prowess at Neath Grammar School where
Neath travel to Llandovery for our next Indigo Premiership fixture. Team news etc., will follow later in the week
Llandovery v Neath 28th October kick off 2.30pm Plans are bus leaving Neath Rugby Clubhouse at 12 Midday Returning 5.30pm ish Reserve your seats “Now” !! Contact Details: Robert Smith Mob 07890645195 or Text, DM etc Gillian Lewis Mob 07807 043978 Text, DM etc. Lets get the support
Storm Babet spared South Wales and The Gnoll was in top condition for this Indigo Premiership clash. Although these two fine clubs entered this game at opposite ends of the table on times there was little to choose between them but
Match report to follow in due course….
Ebbw Vale pay a hasty return to The Lextan Gnoll to play Neath on Saturday (kick off 2.30pm). Last month, Ebbw Vale won 19-40 at The Gnoll and this time head west as leaders of the Indigo Premiership following two good