Porth Harlequins 22
“Take nothing away from Porth they played very well, took their chances and possibly deserved more from the game but we are very disappointed in our performance a number of players lacked discipline and really let themselves down today. Credit to some of our younger players who pulled ...
Mountain Ash 17
“The win probably should have been a little more comfortable from the possession and territory we had but the Old firm were tenacious and spirited and kept playing for the full 80 mins. They posed us plenty of problems” Commented Manager John Lyons.
On a bright, cold sunny afternoon at ...
“The crowd deserve medals for sticking that one out” commented Manager John Lyons “the weather made sure neither side were able to play any expansive rugby and we’re glad to come away with the narrow win against a side that deserve to be at the top end of the table”
“The game could ...
“Certainly a game of 2 halves” commented Manager John Lyons “We could have been out of sight by halftime showing glimpses of what we are capable of but the tables were turned in the second half and we relied on a massive defensive effort to gain the draw”
“Treorchy’s game managem...
BRIDGEND ATHLETIC 10
“Great effort against a well organised, coached and spirited Athletic side. Lots of positives to take into a massive 2 weeks for this playing group” commented coach Lee Highgate.
“The Athletic were one of the best sides we played earlier in the season therefore we knew it would ...
Gilfach Goch 19
“More than happy to come away from Gilfach with a bonus point win” commented Martyn Fowler “at times the rugby they played was far better than their league position would suggest”.
“Big shout out for Luc Williamson. First game of senior club rugby and an excellent performance ...
Dinas Powys 9
“We knew it would be tough, Dinas have some experienced players in their side and they fought hard throughout the game” commented a relieved team Manager John Lyons “The dominance of our lineout and the solidity of our young centres in defence provided the foundation for the win”
For the second season in a row Brynmawr put the Wanderers out of the WRU Plate after a hard fought game in horrendous conditions.
“Many of the boys fronted up on a difficult day. I said before hand this was a difficult challenge and we came up just short” commented Lee Highgate.
“Another controlled performance. We asked the players to keep the scoreboard turning over to create pressure and the boys did that” commented Martyn Fowler “They showed composure in the gloom at the end of the game to furnish the try scoring opportunity for Will to gain another vital ...
Cambrian Welfare 13
“We’ve been asking the players to manage the game better and in a difficult situation they stood up and put in one of their best performances for some time. This is a difficult place to get a result and we’re really pleased to come away with a win” commented coach Lee Highgate.