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|Sat 5th Sep 15||St. Peters RFC||30 – 30||Dinas Powys RFC|
|Sat 12th Sep 15||CRCC RFC||19 – 26||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 19th Sep 15||St. Peters RFC||29 – 38||Porth Harlequins|
|Sat 26th Sep 15||Treherbert RFC||10 – 36||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 3rd Oct 15||St. Peters RFC||30 – 28||Dowlais RFC|
|Sat 10th Oct 15||St. Peters RFC||33 – 26||Abercynon RFC|
|Sat 24th Oct 15||Llantrisant RFC||24 – 19||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 14th Nov 15||Gwernyfed RFC||10 – 19||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 21st Nov 15||St. Peters RFC||11 – 12||Barry RFC|
|Sat 5th Dec 15||Dinas Powys RFC||5 – 5||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 9th Jan 16||St. Peters RFC||41 – 0||Treherbert RFC|
|Sat 16th Jan 16||Pontyclun RFC||5 – 10||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 23rd Jan 16||Dowlais RFC||21 – 15||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 5th Mar 16||Penarth RFC||17 – 28||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 12th Mar 16||Porth Harlequins||19 – 15||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 26th Mar 16||St. Peters RFC||46 – 5||Gwernyfed RFC|
|Sat 2nd Apr 16||Barry RFC||16 – 12||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 9th Apr 16||St. Peters RFC||13 – 36||Pontyclun RFC|
|Sat 23rd Apr 16||Abercynon RFC||13 – 0||St. Peters RFC|
|Sat 30th Apr 16||St. Peters RFC||41 – 62||Llantrisant RFC|
|Sat 7th May 16||St. Peters RFC||22 – 21||CRCC RFC|
|Wed 11th May 16||St. Peters RFC||33 – 18||Penarth RFC|
|5||St. Peters RFC||22||11||2||9||514||435||79||77||69||11||5||64|
|6||Dinas Powys RFC||22||8||4||10||443||390||53||56||42||6||7||53|
|7||Clwb Rygbi Cymry Caerdydd RFC||22||10||0||12||510||485||25||63||65||4||7||51|
Sat 29th August 2015
Reports by Mark Ring.
Mountain Ash (Home)
Once again coaches bemoaned lack of fitness contributing to the loss.
Team led 14-0 with 2 brilliant team scores from a set play from ‘off the top’ line ball provided by the excellent Kris Barry and good build up play through the phases, both scores clinically finish by Phillip Pariyo and a fit again James Morris.
Club welcomed back former prop Josh Burridge from St Albans and ex Youth Winger Jack Huntley who had become disillusioned with the game and had turned to football! It was good to see (Scrum Half) Lewis Dawes who has not been seen since the last game of last season and greeted new signing Stuart Griffiths from Bridgend Athletic, who’d been training with Merthyr RFC (Centre) who on this evidence will be the ideal replacement for the loss of Josh Kelly who has moved away to London.
Another former Youth Player, James Dunne (2nd Row) did well throughout.
A couple of late withdrawals Jack Smith (Hamstring) and George Cook (Work) cause a re-shuffle with David Mitchell switching from Fly Half to No 8.
2nd/3rd XV Combined
Caerau Ely (Home)
A combined 2nd/3rd XV enjoyed a tough work out against a Caerau Ely XV, who have returning players from Glamorgan Wanderers. These players have strengthened their squad both from a training and playing perspective.
Despite a plucky performance, our lads had to concede to a well organised group but stuck in there with good commitment to the end, particularly at the set-piece. All were pleased with the run out, which will have done the lads the world of good in the Heart & lungs department.
Sat 22nd August 2015
Report by Mark Ring.
3 X 30 mins v Dunvant (away)
Leading after 1 hour (2 x 30 min periods) 17-14 and just 2 points behind with 5 mins remaining (in the final 30 min period) the lads conceded 2 late tries when lack of fitness due to poor numbers during pre-season took it’s toll.
Positives……. excellent performances from youngsters Aaron Chiplin (at Loose Head Prop) and Ryan Farrah (Wing Forward). Solid display from Dave Barry (Centre) who played his first competitive match for 11 years! Re-emergence of Back Rower Jack Smith, with a powerful display and the successful experiment of former Latvian International (2nd Row) Arturs Kozels, in the No 8 position
Also new signing Luke O’Brien (Scrum Half) was excellent throughout