Wanderers wander but the never leave!

Recently Phil Cornelius got in touch via the website and Maggie Charles raided Steve's secret stash of secret kit to send him a shirt, scarf and bobble hat. Phil was a member in the 1970s and operated the scoreboard More

Sad News about Ex-Wanderers

The club has been made aware of two more ex-Wanderers who have sadly passed on recently. Jim Regan who was Chairman of the rugby committee in the early 1980s which was a very successful period in the Wanderers history. A time when the club ran 3 senior sides and was successful in the Merit table and Western Mail ... More

Wanderers look to the future

The world may be in the grip of a pandemic but in adversity there is opportunity. The enforced rugby lockdown has allowed the Wanderers to take stock of its future and there are significant changes on the way. “Its nearly 12 months since our last competitive game” commented Rugby Chairman Alyn Humphreys “but we ... More

Wanderers mourn passing of “Elder Statesman”

It is with great sadness that the Wanderers announce the passing of one of its “Elder statesmen” Dave Webber. In his 70+ years with the club first as a player, a wing and occasional scrum half in the 50s and more recently as committee man, trustee and loyal supporter Dave was an ever present on the touchline and his ... More

Chairman’s New Years message

Blwyddyn Newydd Dda. I know I will not be on my own in being relieved 2020 is finally over and can only feel optimistic with 2021 quietly arriving. The Christmas and New Year Celebrations appear to have been so very different to previous years and with the ‘Virus’ now taking a tighter grip on our lives, it may be ... More

Wanderers to close on Friday

Following the Welsh Government’s action to prevent the sale of alcohol the Management committee have been forced into taking the decision to close the club from 6pm on Friday. The club will remain closed until further notice. We received an inspection from track and trace officials last week and they confirmed that ... More

The Wanderers remember

In 1951 Glamorgan Wanderers purchased land in St Fagans and after the nomadic existence as Old Monktonians and then Glamorgan Wanderers they finally settled on the ground that we call home today. The ground was renamed the Memorial Ground in recognition of those who had given the ultimate sacrifice for their country and it ... More

GLAMORGAN WANDERERS RE-OPENING Following the end of the Welsh Government fire-break Glamorgan Wanderers will be re-opening from Monday November 9th. There will be strict regulations in place in keeping with the government guidelines. Hours of opening: Mon-Thurs   2pm – 8pm Fri & Sat    12noon-  ... More

Sad News

Terry O’Gorman Glamorgan Wanderers RFC. Glamorgan Wanderers Ltd RFC are sorrowed to hear and announce the sad news of the passing one of its greatest ever rugby players and a former Captain,Terry O’Gorman, who passed away during the early hours of this morning. Terry captained the Wanderers in 68-69, 69-70 and ... More

Glamorgan Wanderers RFC

Glamorgan Wanderers RFC Ltd AGM

Glamorgan Wanderers Ltd held its AGFM on Monday 26th October and for the first time due to Covid restrictions it was held remotely. Paul Prickett (company Secretary) hosted the meeting and it was chaired by President Keith Thomas. After some initial technical issues getting everyone established in the meeting with ... More