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Neath RFC

Neath entertain Trebanos at The Gnoll on Saturday (kick off 2.30pm) as they seek to keep up the pace at the top of the WRU Championship.

Last week Neath had a sound 33-12 win at Cardiff Metropolitan and, although they have beaten Trebanos twice this year, they cannot in any way under-estimate their visitors who always raise their game.

As is their norm, the All Blacks make a host of squad changes with the coaches eager to give as many as possible a chance to stake a claim for a place in the Cup side.

Neath v Trebanos (Home)

15 Lewis Evans; 14 Jon Bayliss, 13 Sean Wilcox, 12 Ben Atkins, 11 Ryan Griffiths; 10 Steff Williams, 9 Macauley Griffiths; 1 Jack Powell, 2 Sion Crocker, 3 Tim Ryan; 4 Ioan Jones, 5 Jon Barley; 6 Owain Morgan, 8 Morgan Kneath, 7 Carwyn Sion

Replacements –  16 Evan Kneath, 17 Gareth Lloyd or Morgan Thomas, 18 David Griggs, 19 Luc Jones, 20 Rhys Harris

Referee – Mr. Andrew Moule (Port Talbot)


Remaining Fixtures :-

The full list of remaining fixtures is now :-

Sat     Apr      1      Pontypool                        EV      2.30pm        Cup

Sat     Apr      8      Tata Steel                       H       2.30pm        Championship

Tue    Apr    11      Maesteg Harlequins         H       7.15pm        Championship

Sat     Apr    22      Ystrad Rhondda              H       2.30pm        Championship

Sat     Apr    29      Maesteg Harlequins         A        2.30pm        Championship

Sat     May      6      Glamorgan Wanderers     A        2.30pm        Championship

Wed   May    10      Cross Keys                       H       7.15pm        Championship

Tue    May    16      Cross Keys                       A        7.15pm        Championship

Sat     May    20      Beddau                           A        2.30pm        Championship