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Photo of the Oval above, courtesy of Martin Green
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25-03-17 - Rhiwbina - Away (Div1EC)
01-04-17 - Heol y Cyw - Home (Div1EC)
25-03-17 - Llandovery-WRU Bowl (Ammanford)
01-04-17 - TBC
Glamorgan County Silver Ball
Following our excellent 25-14 win against Penallta in the Quarter Final, we will face Tondu in the Semi Final on 12 April at Caerphilly RFC, KO 7:15pm.
Mid District Cup
We are through to the Semi Final and will play the winners of the Quarter Final between Nelson and Penallta. This was due to be played on 17 March but was postponed. MDRU committee will advise what happens next.
WRU Youth Bowl
The Youth team will play Llandovery in the Semi Final on 25 March at Ammanford RFC
The cabins are fully booked for the rest of the season but it's not too soon to start thinking about next season.
To find out more about what's on offer, contact Gwyn Thorne on 07516 511384.
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.
Well done Steffan Jones, the latest of our young team to get to100 League matches for Treorchy RFC.
Congratulations to Robert Jones, Jordan Lloyd and Chris John who have all passed the 100 League match milestone for the Zebras.
An achievement to be proud of!
Thanks to a South Wales Police Officer winning the 2015 High Sheriffs’ Shrievalty Cup, Treorchy RFC is better-off to the tune of £500.
PC Julian Williams, Neighbourhood Beat Manager for Treherbert and Treorchy triumphed in the awards ceremony in recognition for his services to the community after managing a variety of successful local initiatives.
Julian said: “I was really proud to win the award and putting the funds to good use is great for the club and community.
“We are going to use the money on a project to paint murals and conduct a general tidy up in and around the rugby ground area. In addition, I will be utilising my police youth volunteers for the project and they will be assisting with the cleaning and painting. This is an excellent example of community cohesion and will effectively address recent community concerns about anti-social behaviour.”
Picture is Andrew Jones, chairman of Treorchy RFC, and PC Julian Williams presenting the £500 cheque
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