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NEATH rarely got out of first gear but reached the semi-final stage of the WRU Championship Cup with a 4-try win over Trebanos at The Gnoll. The Gnoll was in tip-top condition after the previous week's frosts and the home coaches

BARGOED  21 points  NEATH  18  points NEATH conceded pole position in the WRU Championship when their 9-game winning sequence came to an untimely end at third-placed Bargoed where the All Blacks were largely architects of their own downfall in a closely-fought

YSTALYFERA  7  points  NEATH  42  points “Mud, mud, glorious mud. Nothing quite like it for cooling the blood.” Or so the old Flanders and Swann refrain would have it. Cold, soaked through but happy – and that went for the supporters too

NEATH 68 points  BRITON FERRY nil To Neath a comfortable 10-try victory; to Briton Ferry the pride - and lots of it ! Neath bade a fond farewell to 2022 with a handsome 68-nil win over out-gunned Briton Ferry at The Gnoll

YSTRAD RHONDDA  22  points  NEATH  29  points Neath had to battle to the end to gain a vital bonus-point win at Ystrad Rhondda who gave their all in a splendidly competitive match at cold but mercifully dry Gelligaled Park which echoed

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

NEATH  60  points  CARDIFF METROPOLITAN  17  points This rugby spectacular was played at a cracking pace and Neath ran out convincing winners, scoring 9 tries to 2, against the promising students of Cardiff Metropolitan at The Gnoll. Fast and furious, it was

NEATH confirmed their placing at the top of the WRU Championship table by running in 11 tries at plucky Tata Steel who kept going to the final whistle and who were loudly cheered for their efforts by the grand Neath

OUTSIDE-HALF STEFF WILLIAMS gathered a match haul of 22 points as Neath maintained their place at the top of the WRU Championship against a battling Beddau side who never gave up the ghost at The Gnoll. A fair crowd braved the

NEATH took advantage of Pontypool's inactivity to go top of the WRU Championship courtesy of this comfortable – but not always commanding – 7-try win at Trebanos who scored two fine tries of their own and played with great spirit