Due to some essential Electrical Maintenance that requires the Electricity to be off in the building the club will be closed for 3 days from Monday (Mon 14th, Tues 15th, Wed 16th)
We apologise for the inconvenience.
With the sizeable boots of Aaron Fowler to fill the Wanderers coaches have entrusted the Captaincy to two of the young stars of the current squad.
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We all hope you and your families are keeping well and you have not been too badly affected by the World Pandemic, which has had a huge impact on so many.
As you are aware we were forced to ‘Close’ our doors on 23rd March 2020, but there appears to be the possibility of some light at the end of a ...
With changes in employment and the birth of his second child Harry, Skipper Aaron Fowler has decided to hang up his boots and to focus on his growing family and new work commitments.
“I have loved my time at this very special club and cherish every minute on the field in the Wanderers Colours, the time is right for me ...
Glamorgan Wanderers RFC LTd will be delaying the reopening of the club.
The management committee having looked at the situation in great depth feel that, as the safety of our staff and membership is paramount, the correct decision is to delay the reopening of the club until such time as everyone who attends the club ...
Glamorgan Wanderers may have been shut down by Covid as every club in Wales has been but out of every adversity there is always an opportunity and the Wanderers want to make sure they hit the ground running when they finally open the doors again.
Chairman of Rugby Alyn Humphreys added “We already have a blossoming ...
Match Report – Virtual Cup Round 3
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The Wanderers bowed out of the cup yesterday after a cracking high scoring encounter in West Wales. The Covid emergency made travel a little difficult so the 52 seater bus held 5 players, 1 coach and the team manager (normal away trip then???? Said ...
The Wanderers family were sad to hear the news of the passing of Peter Goodfellow on Friday after he lost his battle with cancer.
A man with an infectious smile Peter was Captain of the Wanderers 1st Xv in the early 90's in the fledgling days of league rugby. He not only graced the rugby field but was equally at home ...
Following Government direction the Wanderers clubhouse is now closed and will remain so until further notice.
We would like to thank all our members for their support and we hope to be able to reopen in the near future and welcome you all back to the club. In the meantime please listen to the advice from on high and ...
As you are all probably aware the Season has come to a premature end due to the Coronavirus outbreak. This means there will be no more rugby activity at the club until further notice.
This means that the 1st XV will play in the championship again next season.
Official release below:
SEASON OFFICIALLY OVER
The WRU ...