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Match Reports

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

NEATH 14 points  SWANSEA 17 points A terrific late onslaught by Neath was not quite enough to overcome Swansea's lead in a game which matched the bright, sunny conditions at The Gnoll. Neath-Swansea is the oldest recorded club fixture in Wales, first

Our secretary Mike Price continues his series examining Neath's Welsh title wins with Part 9 – season 1988/89.  After winning their ninth Welsh championship in 1986/87, 1987/88 was considered something of a failure by the demanding Blacks. Finishing second to the

Neath added to their championship triumphs of 1909/10, 1910/11 and 1928/29 by winning the “Western Mail” title again in 1933/34. Captained by Wales threequarter Arthur Hickman, the record was not quite as spectacular as that set by Tom Evans' side but