Image Alt

Author: Colin Chapman

NEATH  9 points  PONTYPOOL  3 points Storm Arwen might not have hit South Wales quite as hard as expected but its gusts blew away Pontypool's magnificent 64-match winning run which was ended by a Neath team which fought hard for the

Neath and Pontypool meet in a huge Admiral National Championship clash on Saturday. After the culmination of the WRU Championship Cup, this weekend marks the second round of competitive league action with the standout game taking place at The Gnoll. Home side

Don't forget to pick up your full-colour programme at the Neath-Pontypool game. On sale just inside the turnstiles, read all the latest news, tables, fixtures, supporters' news and a special  look at the rugby union books on sale this Christmas. Plus, of

Neath RFC is saddened to learn of the death of Doug Allin who played 60 games for Neath mainly at centre and occasionally at outside-half in the mid-1950's. A very talented footballer, Doug was one of the first players to

NEATH  70 points  GLAIS  6 points  Neath, as expected, stretched their unbeaten sequence to 8 games with this handsome       10-try win over Division 3B side Glais who were outgunned but can nevertheless be proud of their display. It was a battle of

Neath back-rower Jacob Blackmore will lead the team out against Glais at The Gnoll this evening (kick off 7.15pm and it will be a proud moment for Jacob as it will be the first time he has captained the Welsh