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The Zebras were well beaten (25-6) by local rivals Ystrad Rhondda at Gelligalad Park.
Next match is home to Llanharan in Division 1 East Central on 11 November, Note that KO is 1:00 pm.
The Youth Team's league match against Ponytyclun was postponed.
Next match is home to Tylorstown in Division BB of the Blues league on 11 November, KO 1:30 on the Baglan Field.
When he steps out on to the field to face Llanharan on Saturday (11 November), Peter Hutchings will make his 300th League Appearance for Treorchy RFC.
Peter made his first team debut at the tender age of 21 on 31 August 2002 in a 31-11 defeat at Cross Keys. He went on to play 16 league matches in a tough season that had 34 league matches (yes 34!). He didn't manage to score any tries that season but has made up for it since.
Peter reached the 100 match milestone in 2006-07 and two seasons later he became our all time leading try scorer when he broke through the 50 try barrier. In 2011, Peter reached his 200th match and by this time had scored 77 tries. His try scoring ratio has stood the test of time and he has scored 115 tries in his 299 matches to date.
Peter's trademark swallow dive when scoring a try is maybe not as high as it was, but it is still a sight for sore eyes for the supporters.
Peter has 'almost' retired several times and has had a number of operations on his troublesome knees. However, rugby (and Treorchy RFC) is in his blood and he's still not quite ready to give it all up. He seems to have had a new lease of life this season, maybe drawing energy from the younger players around him? Whatever the reason, everyone at Treorchy RFC is delighted that Peter has reached this amazing milestone and hope that we'll be able to watch him play many more times.
Congratulations on an outstanding achievement!
The 1st Team has a bye in round 3 of the WRU Plate so will move through to round 4 which will be played on 13 January. We'll find out who we'll be playing shortly after the round 3 matches on 9 December.
The Youth Team is through to the last 16 of the WRU Youth Cup and will play Senghenydd at home on 9 December.
In the league match away at Dinas Powys, Rhys Gillard Joined the growing list of current Zebras to reach the 100 league appearances milestone.
Rhys made his league debut on 25 September 2010 in an away match at Gilfach Goch and in the 99 matches that have followed, he has played in almost every position in the pack ... a reflection of his all round rugby ability.
Congratulations on a tremendous achievement ... here's to the next 100!
Our match day cabins are a great way to watch the rugby with your friends and family.
To find out more and to book your cabin, contact:
Gwyn Thorne 07516 511384.
We're delighted to be able to confirm that last season's successful coaching team of Andrew Bishop, Ian Evans and Kevin Jones will remain in place for the 2017-18 Season.
Gareth Wilcox will also continue as Team Manager.
We are very grateful to all of the individuals and businesses that support us throughout the season.
The 1st XV's Kit is sponsored by:
Carpets 4 U Elite Landscaping
Replica kit and supporters' clothing and accessories are available from:
U Design, 129 Bute Street, Treorchy, CF42 6BB. Tel: 01443 776661
Champions, Division 1 East Central
Champions, Blues Division BC
Winners, WRU Bowl
Winners, Taff Rhondda District Cup
Mini / Junior
Winners, U12 Blues Cup
Winners, U14 Blues Cup
At their annual gala dinner in London on Monday 9 January the Rugby Writers' Club presented Treorchy RFC's Hon. Secretary, Bryan James, with an award for services to rugby.
Bryan joined our club as a player in 1962 and has served as Hon Secretary since 1976. He was presented with the well-deserved award by Adam Jones in from of a 500 strong audience at the London Marriot Hotel in Grosvenor Square.
Needless to say, everyone at Treorchy RFC is delighted that Bryan's 40+ years of outstanding service to the club has been recognised by the Rugby Writers' Club.