More Sad News

Sadly more sad news to be announced. Many regulars at the Wanderers are already aware that Joey Louch passed away recently. A regular at the club Joey always had a smile on his face and unlike many who seem to spend their time criticising the club Joey would always find something positive to say and always had a kind and ... More

Sad news

The club has been informed that Matthew Stork passed away the other day after an heart attack at the age of 58. Matthew "Storky" was an extremely fast wing who was a star in the successful Youth team of the late 70s. He went straight into the first XV only to see his rugby cut cruelly short with an injury at the age of ... More

Blast from the past

We've had a message from Deepest Down Under about a side (Teacher Rugby ) who toured Britain and Europe in 1978/79. The picture of a snow covered pitch is the game against the Wanderers. Anyone recognise the faces? Recollect the game? That's certainly a young Steve "Fido" Davies at the front of the lineout. ... More

Youth Xv recruitment underway

Are you between 16 and 19? Have you played Rugby but fallen away from the game? No longer registered with a club? Would you like to give Rugby another go? Glamorgan Wanderers are resurrecting their once successful Youth XV and are recruiting now. With a history of sending players on to play at a much higher ... More

Wanderers hold successful Open Day

On Sunday 9th May after several months of planning the Wanderers held a very successful Minis, Junior and Girls open day. A once thriving section of the club the Minis and juniors had in recent years fallen away. Before Christmas, after a fruitful discussion with George Tavner the WRU Hub officer it was decided to ... More

Are you a future Warren Gatland?

Glamorgan Wanderers are on the look out for new coaches to get involved with the newly resurrected Junior section. "We have a long history in helping coaches develop their talents" commented rugby chairman Alyn Humphreys "Top Coaches Richard Hodges and Gruff Rees cut their teeth in a tracksuit at the Wanderers when ... More

Two “Old Boys” Reminisce about Josh’s Journey so far

Great to see two Wanderers old boys reminiscing about good times and the Journey so far for Josh Navidi under the watchful eye of Sir Tasker Watkins Concern is growing though that Sam has had one too many bangs on the head as Linda our caterer says Sam never had something as simple as beans and sausage on her watch!!!... More

Wanderers Minis and Girls open Day

On Sunday May 9th Glamorgan Wanderers will be holding an open day for Minis and Girls as an introduction to Rugby. We would love your child to join us. Rugby and sport can play a huge part in the lives of Children and Glamorgan Wanderers are committed to creating a fully inclusive programme that supports children in ... More

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