Neath play Glamorgan Wanderers on Saturday at The Gnoll (kick off 2.30pm). It is Neath's first home game for five weeks during which time they have won 4 out of 4. This will be Neath's third match in the second phase of
YSTRAD RHONDDA 25 points NEATH 31 points Neath were made to fight all the way in a spectacularly entertaining contest at Ystrad Rhondda where the Welsh All Blacks just about held off the enterprising home side to earn a fourth consecutive
Next Wednesday afternoon there will be rugby at The Gnoll when Neath PT College take on Coleg Sir Gar of Llanelli. Kick off will be at 2.30pm and all supporters are most welcome.
After last week's fine 19-7 win at Narberth, Neath RFC travel to Ystrad Rhondda on Saturday(kick off 2.30pm) for the second round of the second phase of the WRU Championship Cup. Coach Pat Horgan makes several changes behind the scrum with
Neath travel to Ystrad Rhondda on Saturday (kick off 2.30pm). Steff Williams, Elis Horgan and David Griggs all missed the impressive win at Narberth last Saturday through unavailability but should be back in contention. Team news here on Friday morning.
NARBERTH 7 points NEATH 19 points A strong first-half performance by Neath settled a solid away success at the Lewis Lloyd Ground which, for the history-minded, was officially opened by Morlais Thomas' Welsh All Blacks way back in 1948 in a
The WRU is seeking the help of any Level 1 referees out there who would be prepared to referee the occasional 2nd team and Youth matches and thus ensure that no matches are cancelled at those levels because of a lack of officials. Anyone
Regrettably Saturday's friendly match between Neath and Bargoed, scheduled for The Gnoll, has been cancelled due to several Neath players having gone down with Coronavirus with others ill and awaiting test results. It is not envisaged that the fixture will be
The WRU has released fixtures for the second phase of the Championship Cup and Neath's are as follows :- October 9 Narberth A October 16 Ystrad Rhondda
BRYNCETHIN nil NEATH 36 points Neath were given a sound examination under Bryncethin's floodlights on Friday by the battling home side whose prowess suggests that they are worthy of a higher position in Welsh rugby's pyramid; off-field too their organisation was