Thanks to fantastic support from both players and supporters of Llandaff North RSSC and staff at Cardiff YMCA HA we are proud to announce that this joint working venture raised
This money will be donated to Cardiff based charities working with women who have experienced violence to help them re-build their lives.
By Alan Johns
THE SAGA OF THE MAGNIFICIENT THIRTEEN
We arrived with 17 players but Rhiwbina were short so we supplied them with one player for the whole game and a replacement when they experienced injuries.
It was a cracking game! Llandaff North were dominant and our backs were unstoppable! Continue reading
Written by Dave “Motty” Granville.
The night before the weather man said it was going to be cold. On the way there the car was warning of black ice. I never believe the weather man and laugh in the face of black ice. The action between these two top sides has always been red hot and today I wish I had been wearing my shorts…
The boys form the North are flying high, while learning their lessons as they go from match to match and the improvement is incredible. With the promise of 3 x 10 minutes and another 1 added for good behaviour the boys took to the pitch determined to carry on their good run of wins. Continue reading
Tom Jameson U12 manager
In a week when were regularly reminded it was now 50yrs since JFK and a mere 10 since Jonny kicked for World Cup glory, in a difficult season so far for us in the U12′s I pondered what were we doing this time last year. I checked. As rampaging U11′s we were this time last year 5 games into a 7 game unbeaten run, ripping up the district and breaking scoreboards around the Vale. Alas, a week is a long time in politics they say and a year, a relative age in the scale of things in Minis and Juniors rugby. We may have been fresh from a comfortable win over the neighbours but up we popped at Penarth boasting just 3 wins in 12, and despite winning the district tournament plate there is no hiding what a tough season it is.
We’ve been short of beef all term since the pack went to its full 8 and Penarth looked decidedly bulky in comparison Continue reading
By Alan Johns
This was a hard fought and entertaining game with all players giving their all.
Once again the Pack led by Sean, Ammer and Ripper were excellent. HARD LUCK BOYS you did not deserve to lose this match! I cannot criticise the defence as their tries all came from runaways after our pressure.
Llandaff North u15 10 – 33 Penarth u15
Scorers :- Marley / Josh