Saturday, 26 March 2011

Home match and CLOCKS!

Home match against Pontardawe this weekend for half the squad. Teamer invites have been sent out. Meet Bishopston at 10:30.

Don't forget Clocks go forward tonight! One hour less in bed so an early start.

Friday, 25 March 2011

Training today: 5:00 START

Sorry for not being clear about training this week. With the light, and following some requests for a later start - we have moved training at Underhill to 5:00.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Sunday 27th March v Pontadawe

This weekend we are playing at home against Pontadawe.

It is weekend off for some players (who are probably playing the day before):

1.Keiran Morris
2.Lloyd John
3. Rhys Davies
4. Ryan Collins
5. Oli Clark
6. Aled Midha

1. Tom Gravenor
2. Harry Thomas
3. Tom Langford
4. Rhodri Taylor
5. Jack Duffy
6. James Parker
7. Will Hughes
8. Rhys Cottrell

Meet at Bishopston for 10.30am.


Well done to Max Jones and Keiran Morgan on being selected for the West Wales game v East Wales.

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Training, Matches, Tour

Training on Friday - NEW TIME. We have moved training to 4:15.

Matches this weekend - we expect to play Neath and South Gower at Bishopston. All squad to be invited (awaiting confirmation of pitch availability, there will be a teamer asap).

Tour - anyone who has not booked yet please do so. Anyone who is NOT coming - please let mike G know (, 07846 334962).

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Code of conduct

Here is an example of a code of conduct.

Please read the code of conduct for parents!

Code of Conduct for Players
1. Players are expected to be properly dressed.
2. Learn the laws of the game and abide by them.
3. Make a personal commitment to keep yourself fit at all times.
4. Never argue with the referee’s decision.
5. Control your temper on the field of play.
6. Do not take unfair advantage of any player.
7. Hard work will benefit both yourself and the team’s performance.
8. Do not listen to comments from spectators.
9. Co-operate with your team-mates, coach, and referee, for without them you do not have a game.
10. If you are disciplined, accept it without question.
Above all, do not use abusive and foul language

Code of Conduct for Parents
Do not force an unwilling child to participate in rugby.
Encourage your child to play by the laws of the game.
Teach your child the importance of effort and teamwork.
Help your child to improve skills and to learn a positive attitude to the game.
Set an example to your child.
Applaud good play by our team and by members of the opposing team.
Be friendly to parents of the opposition.
Do not publicly question the referee’s decisions.
Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse.
Recognise and value the importance of coaches.
Above all, do not use foul and abusive language or bad behaviour.

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Penclawdd Sunday

Match for half the squad at Penclawdd this Sunday. Team members have been notified by teamer. Meet at 10:30 for 11:00 KO.

Ground is through Penclawdd, on the left side of the road up on a bank. It is surrounded by big fence and overlooks the estuary.