Club opens at 12 for New years drink today if anyone fancies it.

Saturday 29th: Kidwelly 12 8 St. Peters. The Rocks youth should be extremely proud, not only of the way they played yesterday, but also in getting to the last 16 in the whole of Wales. 

Friday 28th: Its on!!! All be at the Club for 11.15am. The bus will be leaving for Kidwelly at 11.30am.

From Ringo

The game is on tomorrow at the moment. Unless it tips down tonight it is still on. Keep an eye on this 1st thing in the morning in case they call it off late. So everyone be there for 11 15 to leave at 11 30. And dont be late. We can only pick 22 dont forget, and we will be picking what we think is the best team available. So apoligies in advance to those who may not make the 22 which will be announced on the bus. See you in the morning.


Boxing Day at the Rocks, Rugby on the TV from 2.00 followed by an open Mic competition from 5.00 till late come down and join in.

24th December: Kidwelly Youth v St. Peters Youth –The game has been rearranged for Friday 28th December at 2.30 subject to the weather. Bus will leave the club at 11.30am.  

22nd December: Unfortunately the weather has beat us again. The game is off and bus has been cancelled. The game is being re arranged for either the Friday before new year or New Years Eve. If its New Years Eve the bus will come back within an hour after playing as people will have things arranged. Have a great Christmas boys. 

The youth committee

18th December: Christmas party and auction raises nearly £1000 for the Under 8’s squad and Tenovus. 


18th December: St. Peters Youth travel to Kidwelly on 22nd December to play in the last 16 of the Welsh Youth Cup. The club will be putting on transport for us to take as many supporters as possible.  We have booked a 76 seater, which will leave the club no later than 11.30am. There will be a very small charge for non players.

15th December: Its not often you get to read this result St. Peters II beat Llanishen II today 7-7. Yes Seven All!! Played at Llanishen, the score was tied at 0-0 at the break. Good pressure from the Rocks in the second half saw Paul O’Brien crash over from 50 yards. Llanishen came back at the Rocks with some good passing and running in the second half resulting in a chip and chase for the home team to score and draw level. And that was that apart from the fact that it was a Mallett Cup game and the in the event of a draw the result will be given to the away side. So St. Peters beat Llanishen 7 7!! Result! 

15th December: all youth games off. Seconds atLlanishen still on at the moment

9th December: Tom Nolan is finding life in Dubai tough Keep him in your thoughts. Photo.

9th December: A disappointing trip to top of the league Dowlais yesterday in a cold but sunny conditions saw the rocks return home 24-13 down for their Christmas Jumper party. The Rocks had led 3-10 at the turn around, but a series of errors in the second half allowed the home team to be awarded a penalty try and score a second and a third. The Two-Gang travelled to Old Penarthians and return victorious after scoring buckets (and spades) of points Old Pens 10-38 Rocks II.

4th December: Message from Coach JD – The Next match is against League Leaders Dowlias. This is an away game that the Rocks have won in the past, but Dowlias have obviously improved as their League position shows. So it will be another mouth-watering challenge, so please come along and support the boys up in Dowlias on the 8th

30th MOvember: Many congratulations, from all at St. Peters Rugby Club, to Kris (Baggsy) Barry and Charlotte who have recently announced their Engagement.

28th MOvember: St Albans RFC still has tickets for this weeks Australia game at £60.  These are available in pairs & above and are located Lower Tier/ 10 & 12 Rows back close to or between the 22 (L7) & Halfway line (L10). If you, your friends or contacts are looking for tickets please contact Tom Broad on 078 3530 7808 or

27th MOvember: Deposit now due for those travelling to Paris in February

23rd MOvember: Sorry to report that both youth games are off this weekend. So thats a 1pm start in the bar on Saturday?

21st MOvember: Date for your diary Friday 23rd MOvember its QUIZ NIGHT at the club. 18.30 kick off.

21st MOvember: Advance warning Its  Carols Christmas Jumper

St Joseph’s RFC have NZ tickets available face value @  £75.00  each. (pairs    1 x 3  and some 4s). Regards, Martin Tumelty 07710362629, Hon Sec. St Joseph’s RFC

 19th MOvember: Rocks Youth v Pontypridd 1pm KO at the Harlequins on Saturday 24th MOvember. Come and watch the youth before the Wales v New Zealand game.

17th MOvember: Rocks First Team beat Cardiff Harlequins 19-13 in Cardiff on the Harlequins. Seconds beat Barry 46-20, Cavs beat the Squirrels and Youth beat Pentyrch 10-31 all ending the day victors. Four out of Four for The Rocks. Nice.

16th MOvember:  Your MOvember (for Ty Hafan): Cautionary note Its not pretty!

15th MOvember: Its a big weekend at the club. It all starts Friday evening with Wales taking on a confident Samoa (the whole of Samoa) at 19.30. Saturday we have four games with all senior teams booked to play at home. The First Team entertain Cardiff Harlequins, formerly CHSOB on the Harlequins 2.30ko. Meanwhile the second team will be facing Barry and the Cavs meeting Rhiwbina III once more.
The youth development team will be playing Pentyrch Away. Pob luc i bawb.

The MATCH BALL SPONSOR for the First Team game on Saturday will be Martin Umbleja, of Experient Consulting.  Martin is well known in rugby circles and is Chairman of Cardiff and the Vale Youth Rugby Union.  Our grateful thanks to him for his generosity. 

13th MOvember: Many thanks to all who completed the questionnaire, including Peter Rock (email address – Joe Sweeney is now ploughing through the many suggestions and putting some great ideas in place. As an update we are pleased to announce that, following a suggestion made at the AGM,  free WiFi has been installed throughout the Club. The password is available from behind the bar.

11th MOvember: The youth pulled off a last minute 17-17 draw at Caedelyn Parc against Rhiwbina. Well done Youth.

10th MOvember: Best wishes from all at St Peters RFC to Paul (Lemons) Davies who is getting married later today. Lets hope he gets to see the match to make his day extra special.

6th MOvember: Friday Night its ACAB at the Club. A Five piece local Cardiff band that play all sorts of stuff from the 60s through to modern day. Tickets £5 towards Youth fundraising available from behind the bar or on the door.

3rd MOvember: Fantastic result for the Youth today in the Welsh Cup beating Pontyberem 27-12 (and four tries to two). This takes our youth to the last 16 in Wales. Great Result well done Youth.
First XV away to top of the league Ponyclun -17-17 , having come back from 17-3 down. A last minute try by Kris Barry converted by Mitch as the last kick of the game No pressure Mitch! Fantastic commitment all round.
Thirds and Seconds were let down by Llanishen, however the thirds were grateful to Tonyrefail II who travelled to the Harlequins. We were not so happy however when they beat us 17-22, but thank you for accepting the fixture.  


1st MOvember: Friday 2nd November – Race Night at the Club. A beer and a bet. A perfect night!

Message from Ringo.

Hi there rocks In case your in a quandary of what to do Saturday. You would do well to comedown and watch the future rocks in action.St. Peters youth are playing Pontyberem in last 32 of the Welsh Cup. The youth are unbeaten in all competitions so far this season, with a team built on strong defence but with a huge talent to cut teams apart. (Just 2 tries scored against us so far)

Newly promoted to the Blues A League, we were hoping to consolidate our position, and maybe hope to reach mid table, but we are now are having far bigger ambitions and may possibly take the league by storm.  Last Saturdays performance, with at least 8 call offs, (all possible starters) and a trip to top of the table Treorchy when we knocked them off their perch certainly will raise a few eyebrows. Not only that but we currently have 4 players training with the Wales u 18 squad.

So come on down Saturday 3rd November for the 2.30pm kick off and cheer on the boys. This is the only home game on the Harlequins on Saturday as all the seniors are away. Thanks.


30th October: Message for the senior players. Movember is back Tony Whiskers Johnson will be judging.

30th October: Its a busy week a the club Dont forget the Halloween Party  – 31st  October at the club. 6pm start. Its ticket only from behind the bar. You will need to get your ticket Tuesday. 

27th October: Llantrisant prove too strong for the Rocks 47-8 . Wins for the restSeconds. Rhiwbina. Mallet cup . 19-10 Cavs Llanishen. 40-26 Youth Huge win treorchy. 16-14

26th October: Tomorrow, 1sts away to Llantrisant, 2nds away to Rhwbina and 3rds home to Llandaff, Youth away to Treorchy.  First and youth please meet at 12.00 at the club. Seconds and thirds meet at 12,45.



20th October: Rocks First XV 27-5 Porth. Rocks Second XV 19-12 Rhiwbina II. Saracens II 0-61 Rocks Cavaliers. Details to follow.

19th October: Three games tomorrow. First team v Porth at home. Two gang at home to the Squirrels in a top of the table clash and the Thirds away to the Sarries on Roath Park. All meet at 1pm at the club. All youth players 18+ please turn up. ta

17th October: 

QDGThe Management, Committee and Members of St. Peters RFC would like to extent their heartfelt welcome to First The Queens Dragoon Guards, known as the Welsh Calvary, who are having a reunion in Cardiff this weekend.Their reunion celebration kicks off, literally, at 3:00pm on Friday, on the Harlequins Playing Field, where they will  be playing a Past v Present rugby match, followed with after match drinks in the clubhouse. We are delighted that QDG have chosen St. Peters as the venue for this occasion.Commissioned and non-commissioned ranks are travelling from various parts of Europe and the UK to attend this reunion. Come along to support and enjoy the company of the Welsh Calvary who I believe will be making a night of it.

16th October: Many thanks to Frank Grindell who has volunteered to take on the role of Rocks social secretary. Christmas coming lets all get behind Frank! 

16th October: Well-done to Mat Arnold, Dan French, Jonny Morris & Bryn Evans who all completed the Cardiff Half Marathon on Sunday

Andy Fairclough   1:30 Bloody Show Off Cav Apparently trained by the Assassin
Jonny Morris. 1.32 Not bad after playing a full game Saturday.
Bryn Evans. 1.43 Groin was holding him back?
Anthony Herbert   1:50 Another good Cav Score, but the Assassin cant take any credit
Mat Arnold. 2.20 Running with his misses. Mats quote I could not leave her. lol!
Dan French. 2.30 Walking with his 60 year old Aunty.
Patches hasn’t been seen since the start???? 

13th October: A fully entertaining performance at the seaside today saw the rocks go 14 points ahead in five minutes. Penarths big pack rumbled over for a short range try, but unfortunately, that was the end of their scoring. A bonus point win finished Penarth 5-43 Rocks.  See how many players then are still involved today, and take a look at the reaction at the end of the game. Once a Rock …
The seconds had a good visit to Llandaff coming home with a 24-25 victory. Sadly the weather was the winner for the Cavs and the Youth.  
Three games next week, with a top of the Cardiff & District Premier Division Clash against Rhiwbina II at home. Firsts at home to Porth and the Cavs away to  Cardiff Saracens II. Lets hope the weather plays ball.

12th October: Big weekend for the Rocks, 4 league games. The First Team are away to Penarth, two-gang away to Llandaff, the Cavs are away to Cardiff Quins III & the Youth are at home to last years Youth Champions, Merthyr. Good luck to all the teams.

11th October: 

Online ShopRange of Rocks products available at the Online Club Shop including, mugs, mousemats, key-rings, cooking aprons, fridge magnets and bags at great prices. Only 74 days to Christmas.

9th October: Best wishes go with Second Lieutenant Luke Reardon who, today, leaves us for his first Tour to Afghanistan. Our thoughts go with you Luke well have a beer when yo get back. The Rocks.

9th October: Following a brace of victories JD puts pen to paper (fingers to keyboard) with match reports from Tongwynlais and Pentyrch 

6th October: All the boys at Fancy Dress. Saturday night following a great win for the Rocks today over Pentyrch 44-22. Further results and details to follow. Seconds called off at the last minute following a late phone call from Sully Sports.  Meanwhile the Cavorting Cavaliers enjoyed a 5-66 win away to Whitchurch II.
Finally, in another first for St. Peters we put out an Under 17 team today to play Dinas Powys Youth. The team did themselves credit against an older team, but were outscored 24-7. Lets keep it up Youth and Under 17s all the reports are positive and you are doing St. Peters proud well done and remember Todays youth and juniors are tomorrows First Team!

5th October: Weekend Fixtures Firsts: Pentyrch at home. Seconds: Sully Sports at home. Thirds: Whitchurch II Away. Everyone turn up. Still looking for extra players if you know anyone who is looking for a game.

 29th September: Rocks win 5-16 at Tonyrefail. Seconds go down 17-22 to Clwb Rugbi. Thirds (staring Gareth Baber) demolished Tongwynlais 60-0 and the Youth gain an excellent win over Rumney 27-3.

29th September: Stuart MacCormac Sprint Triathlon. Sunday 30th September 2012.

29th September: Redesign (minor) complete. The site is now wider and has an extra Whats on section on the right. Yep thats it!

28th September: Second Team Fixture has been changed to a home fixture



25th September: Four games this weekend 1st Tonyrefail away, 2nds Clwb Ruby II, away, Cavs Tongwynlias II home & Youth Rumney away all league games AND the Lottery goes up to £5 000 this weekend. Get your tickets behind the bar!!!

24th September: Its on at the Rocks. Blackpool v Huddersfield. 7.45 ko tonight.

22nd September: Unfortunately not such a good day. Firsts lost 19-16, 2nd Team oppo didnt turn up and 3rds lost 17-15

21st September: Youth game v Dinas is off. Come on down and support the firsts. Cavs at home. Bring your kit.

21st September: Whats On Tonight Scarlets v Ospreys Ko 19.05

20th September: Kevin OBrien, our Webmaster and Membership Secretary has a hip replacement. We wish him a speedy recovery. (Posted by his big brother).

20th September: Games Saturday 22nd September 1st home to Aberdare, 2nds Pentyrch Home, 3rds Sully Sports 2nds & youth v Dinas Powys at Home 1.00 Ko.

19th September: Rocks 2 Gang 34 Llandaff 19, a heroic performance from the lads even though we finished with 13 players as Butler lost an eyelash.

19th September: Calling All Students!!! If youve just moved to Cardiff and are looking for a club to join whilst you are studying here then look no further then the Rocks for a truly Rugby Welcome. St. Peters currently runs a team for all ages and abilities. Weve a thriving youth section for the Under 19s and  three senior sides all playing competitive rugby in a range of divisions. Interested? Contact Kevin 07976717112.

18th September: Late news the Seconds are away to Llandaff tomorrow 6.00pmK.O. East District Cup  all meet 5pm at Llandaff.

15th September: Mixed blessings for the Rocks today with two wins out of four. The First XV went down to Nantymoel 26-20  who claim their first win of the se

ason. A good win for the seconds over neighbours Cardiff Quinns II 10-15. The thirds lost at home to Treherbert II whilst the youth had an excellent win 46-22 over Llandaff. 

14th September: First XV v Nantymoel Away,  Second XV v Cardiff Quinns II Away, Cavaliers Treherbert II Home. Youth v Llandaff Home.

14th September:  As from next week the fitness classes held downstairs on a Tuesday evening will be starting

 a half hour earlier, so 18:30 19:30 then 19:30 20:30.

13th September: Dont forget guys If theres sport on the box -Its on at the Rocks!
Fri 14th RaboDirect Pro 12 Ulster v Munster/Ospreys v Glasgow both 7.05 KO
Sat 15th RaboDirect Pro 12 Dragons v Blues 6.30 KO

Sun 16th Premier League football Reading v Tottenham 4.00 KO
Mon 17th Premier League football Everton v Newcastle KO 8pm
Tues 18th Champions League Real Madrid v Man City/Montpellier v Arsenal KO 7.45pm
Wed 19th Champions League Man Utd v Galatasaray/Chelsea v Juventus KO 7.45

12th September: Following the vote taken at the EGM on Saturday 8 September 2012 to confirm that M

embers gave unanimous approval for the incorporation of the Club as an Industrial and Provident Society (“Society”) and the adoption of a new set of Club rules. Our incorporation is a crucial next step in the development of the Club. This change of status follows advice from our lawyers. There will be no noticeable differences in the way the Club is run for all its Members. Open letter to members.

11th September: Advance notice of events – 

  • Fri 28th Sept from 10 12 we will be taking part in the worlds biggest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support open to everyone and if anyone would like to contribute with cakes etc it would be more then welcome. Thanks Don.
  • We will be hosting a Halloween party upstairs on halloween (31st October) for the kids from 6pm 8.30pm fancy dress, tickets will be available from the bar from the beginning of Oct prices to be confirmed. 

8th September: Another good day for the Rocks. The Youth must be pleased with themselves, winning their first league game entertaining Beddau at home. Final Score 17-0. The First Team endured the long trek to Brecon, but return this evening with a job well done. Final Score 13-28. Finally, with no game for the Seconds or Cavaliers, the Seconds picked up a friendly fixture, travelling over the Bridge (Moorland Rd Bridge) to face a combination First Second St. Alban team. Final Score St. Albans 28-14 Rocks II. Its still a cracking start to the season. Lets all get training on Tuesday and Thursday to keep  it up. Tidy Like!

7th September: Tomorrows fixtures Firsts Away to Brecon. Seconds Home to Old Penarthians and the Cavs away to St. Albans. If youre up for a game with Matt Murphy Club Captain and the Cavs dig out your boots and bring a mate along. Lets keep up the September success!

5th September: 
Wales v Belgium on at the Club Friday night.
Anyone fancy the trip to Brecon (Saturday 7th) to support the team. Bus leaves at 12.15 the more the merrier. Brecon in September should be nice.
The youth have drawn ponteberem (Llanelli) in the next round of the Welsh cup at home Nov 3rd. 

3rd September: If theres sport on the box, its on at the Rocks!
As from tonight the bar will be open through the week from 6pm 10 pm, so Monday night football, champions league and all other football will be on at the club as well as all televised rugby and whatever sport floats your boat. Don.

2nd September: Reminder AGM and EGM: 8th September 2012: 11.30am.

2nd September: What a start to the season! Four teams played for St.Peters yesterday. Three Senior teams and the youth. All four teams won.  First XV beat Fairwater, 16-15. Seconds travelled to Barry (II) coming away with a 3-62 victory. The new Cavs were also on the road to SeaView (II) returning with a candy floss and a 3-26 victory. The youth entertained Cwmbran on the new second pitch winning 18-3. Does anyone know when the last time that happened? It must be about 20 years ago. email if you know.

31st August: Could all players please meet at 12.45 tomorrow. First are at home to Fairwater whilst the Seconds and Cavs are away to Barry II and SeaView II. Ta

28th August: Not long to go now before sanity is restored and the rugby season begins. Saturday shopping visits will be over and we can go back to running, tackling or standing in the rain for another 9 months Heaven! 
Saturday 1st September Firsts at home to Fairwater, Seconds away to Barry II and the Cavaliers are away to Sea View II. If you are interested in playing for the Cavs contact Gerald on 07895693106. 
So dig your boots or brollies out and get along to Rugbyville at the Harlequins.

28th August:  Now heres an idea. Been on holiday? Got any photos of you or your family around the world wearing St. Peters Kit? A Rock in France! A Rock in Spain! or even a Rock in Estonia! Send them in to and well start a new page ROCKin All Over The World. Send in those pics. Ta.

20th August: Rumble down to the Rocks for a Fun Filled Family Day Saturday 25th August. Seniors V Dinas Pows followed by the Youth against Bridgend Athletic  and BBQ / Social Day / Evening. Derek said its going to be sunny!!

17th AugustKenfig Hill 33 37 Rocks. Details to follow. Youth beat Dinas Powys 22-5.

16th August: New classes starting at the Clubhouse 
Tues Evening

6 7 – Dancersize, 
7 8 Legs, Bums and Tums.

Classes cost £3.50 each

15th August: Reminder AGM: 8th September 2012: 11.30am.

13th August: Friday 17th Aug Cardiff City v Huddersfield live on Sky at the Club.7.45 Kick off. Support the City at the Club with special offers on bottled lager and cider. Open from 5.30pm.

12th August:  A good effort by the Rocks in the trial match against Llandaff with the Rocks coming out on top with 7 tries to one. Training Tuesday and Thursday to prepare for next weeks game against Division One Kenfig Hill. 

9th August: Training tonight 6.30pm, ready for the first of the August friendlies against Llandaff on Saturday. Dont forget your monies for the Kit Bundle and membership forms. Vests Optional.

 3rd August: Good luck to Sonny, Dobby & Bagsy 3 Rocks playing for Cardiff RFC  Tomorrow.>> Update: Barry 16-19 Cardiff. Kris captained the side.

3rd August: Dates for your diary

Two trial matches have been arranged against 
Llandaff (H) 11th August
Kenfig Hill (A) 18th August.

Youth Match
Bridgend Athletic (H) 25th August
BBQ at the Rocks and Social Day / Evening. Derek said its going to be sunny!!

31st July: The Millennium Stadium invite applicants for Stewards. Details. Click HERE for an application form.

27th July: St. Peters are delighted to offer the following Kit Bundle for £60.00. Please see your coach to place an order. If the coaches could please collect the orders and pass them through to Kevin – well get them processed as soon as possible. This offer is only available to members of St. Peters RFC see below. Enjoy the sunshine.

26th July: Memberships for season 2012-13 are now due. If you are not currently registered as a member and require a membership form, please contact Kevin OBrien or forms are available behind the bar. Memberships can be paid in cash for the whole year or by standing order. Thanks.

23rd July: There may not be any rugby being played at the moment at St. Peters, but it certainly is not quiet in and around the club. The mens and ladies baseball leagues are, even with the November-like weather conditions, moving at pace as is the bowls section. 
On the rugby front, the Seniors, Youth and a number of Junior teams have already started training with promising numbers attending all the sessions. If you are looking for a club to join for 2012-13 season, contact John or simply turn up for training on Tuesday and Thursday.

Season News
First Team Two trial matches have been arranged against 
Llandaff (H) 11th August
Kenfig Hill (A) 18th August.

The FIRST TEAM will play in Division Three South East of the Welsh Swalec Leagues.
The SECOND TEAM will play in the Cardiff and District Premier Division.
The new CAVALIERS (thirds) have been accepted into Division Two of the Cardiff and District Leagues, where we will have at least 18 fixtures. Dust off your boots and contact Gerald Phillips for more details.

AGM: 8th September 2012: 11.30am.

16th July: St. Peters Under 14s commence pre-season training this coming Sunday (22nd July)  at 11 am and Wednesday at 5.30pm. Meet at the Club. Patsy.

14th July: The youth coaching staff and management are pleased to announce the captain of the youth this year which will be Adam Howard. Congratulation Adam. I am sure you will do a fine job. Adam will be organising a night down the club for all the boys old and new to get to know each other better. 

12th July: NEWS!!!

At a meeting of Cardiff City Councils Planning Committee, held on 12th July, it was decided unanimously to support our application for a variation in our planning permission to enable the Club to open longer hours on a permanent basis.  This means that, at long last, we are now able to properly open from 9am to 10pm Monday to Thursday, until 11pm on Friday and Saturday and until 10.30pm on Sundays.  We have a number of compliance issues we need to abide by as a condition of this variation but nothing too onerous. 

It is now up to all Members to utilise the facilities as much as possible but remaining very mindful of the needs of our neighbours.  Having attended umpteen planning meetings where we have been unanimously rejected you may at least begin to appreciate that your Committee does make things happen even if it sometimes takes far longer and costs much more than we would wish.  This is the planning equivalent of the conversion of St. Paul on the Road to Damascus. 

This is a great start to the new season and along with the new pitch puts the ball firmly in your 22 guys. 

Vince Nolan
Director of Rugby

5th JulySenior Membership Secretary  – St. Peters RFC are looking to appoint a Senior Membership Secretary to the Committee. If you feel you would like to be more involved with the Club, contact Kevin at 

3rd July: Its with great pleasure to announce that Matthew Murphy will be first team captain. A true Rock.
James Mullane will captain seconds and repeat the success of last year.
Gerald Phillips will captain the thirds. We are looking for support from all ages shapes and sizes to get regular games, if you know anyone looking for more of a social team speak to Gerald. Obie not you!
Congratulations to all 3 hard core Rocks.

 Captains 2012-13

Matthew Murphy Matthew Murphy Matthew Murphy
First Team Captain
Matthew Murphy
Second Team Captain
James Mullane 
Third Team Captain
Gerald Phillips 

Welcome to the following boys who are all stepping up to senior rugby.

Tom O’Brien, Jack Cooke, Lewis Dawes, Josh Dunleavy, ED Dobbs, Martin Hill, Robbie Ryan, Sam Burridge, Mat O’Brien, Owain Meredith, Dan Gallagher. (Josh Burridge still undecided).

The CoachesJohn Dunleavy Head Coach.
Lee Smith Backs & Conditioning.
Don Gallagher Backs & Conditioning.
Tim O’Donnell Forwards.
Anthony Johnson Forwards.
Anthony Loxton Defence Coach.
Craig Quinell Specialist Coach
The Managers

First Team Mark Gould, Mike Payne.
Second Team Don Gallagher, Phil Carr.
Third Team Mike Thomas, Gerald Phillips.


First Aid

Peter Vaughan.


Joe Dunleavy.

Youth Team

Vince Nolan Director of Rugby.
Paul Ring Coach.
Matthew Sweeney Coach.
Warren Mitchell First Aid.


  Good Luck to everyone this season.

23rd June: 

Plan for Pre- Season 2012-2013 

  • Senior Pre-Season training session will start Tuesday the 10th of July at 6.30pm meet at the club. All old and new players welcome.
  • Duration 6 -8 weeks.
  • Various sessions out door Cross Fit, Boot Camp & Boxersize
  • SAQ & sprint sessions
  • Endurance through Conditioned Ball Games contact sessions & technics incorporated.
  • Planned Inter Club 7s tournament E/O August.
  • Two Friendlies one maybe a bonding weekend away not too far away.
  • The first friendly we will aim to put on Barbeque and some light Entertainment as a opener and to initiate the old youth into the seniors properly as is fitting. 

This gives you just over 2 weeks to get fit ready for preseason training. DON’T BE SHY.

23rd June: Having now played 20 games in one season, the internationals take a rest until the autumn series.

International Series

17th June: Yesterdays Dinner was a time to sit back and relax after a long season. It was a time to celebrate the hard work and successes of all involved in the club. Many, many thanks to all who made yesterdays Club Dinner such an enjoyable and successful event. It takes a large number of people working extremely hard to make a club such as ours. To name one person here would detract from the work of another, so if you, in any way, contribute to the success of the club of which you should be very proud Thank you. Please do not stop. The future is bright the future is emerald green and black!!! The beautiful flowers for Collette were donated by Hearts and Flowers of Heathwood Road

Message from Tom Nolan.

14th June: Arrangements for the Club Dinner on Saturday 16th June

1.00 1.30:
3.00 5.006.30 late
 Meet for Drinks  upstairs Bar.
 Sit down for lunch.
 Speeches & Presentation

Could members and guests of the dinner please remember to leave the premises quietly with respect for the neighbours. Ta

7th June: Why did Scotland beat Australia?

7th June:  We are looking for volunteers to help out with the seniors this year. After years of service to the first team Kevin Barry, Mike Payne & Joe Dunleavy have decided to put themselves out to pasture. I would like to thank them for their service to the club.
We are looking for help with the organisation of the kit, water and any team support on Match Day. If you are interested in becoming a member of the team, please contact John Dunleavy on 07976733953. JD

1st June: Update on The Travels of Khan from Ringo

16th May: CLUB DINNER –  The Club Dinner will be on Saturday 16th June 1.00pm meet at the club with Kick Off at 2.00pm. Guest speaker Rick OShea. The cost will be £20.00 with entertainment provided after the Dinner. Please contact John Dunleavy to confirm how many tickets you require Partners welcome. Tickets are also available behind the bar. Dress code Shirt and Tie please! 

31st May:  The Cardiff and Vale Youth District Rugby Union held its Annual Presentation Evening at Cardiff Arms Park yesterday (30th May).  Special guest was Terry Holmes.  This was a particularly successful night for the Rocks Youth as we were presented with the League Trophy and individual medals for the players.  In addition 11 (eleven) of our players played for the District Team during the season. 

 The following were presented with District Caps in recognition of having played at least 6 games for the District:  Tom O’Brien, Lewis Dawes, Robbie Ryan, Jack Cooke, Ed Dobbs, Josh Burridge and Martyn Hill.    

 The following received District ties:  Josh Dunleavy, Sam Burridge, Adam Howard, Cobi Flowers and Danny Wardle.

 The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the Windsor George District Rugby Player of the Year Trophy which went to Lewis Dawes.

 Finally, and for the second season running we distinguished ourselves by not having a single yellow or red card, quite an achievement.   


26th May: New sections of the Site for the Baseball and Bowls teams are now available Follow the links on the horizontal menu bar. 

25th May: 
David Meek carries the Olympic Torch through Newport Road within yards of having a pint at the Club.
Its another moment in history. The Day the Flame passed the Rock! At 6.38pm today, the Olympic Torch passed within yards of the hallowed turf that is the Harlequins. The torch was carried by David Meek. Read his story, and others, here.


16th May: CLUB DINNER –  The Club Dinner will be on Saturday 16th June. The cost will be approximately £20.00 with entertainment provided after the Dinner. Please contact John Dunleavy to confirm how many tickets you require Partners welcome. Dress code Shirt and Tie please! (Trousers and shoes optional)

15th May: Apologies to those who have been unable to access the site for the last 24 hours hosting difficulties.

13th May: A Superb performance at Tonyrefail where the Rocks scored seven tries (three conversions) to win the game 20-43. Its not often any team / club can say that winning by such a margin does not raise a smile, but on this occasion the Rocks needed eight tries to finish the season with a good chance of promotion to Division Two. Many congratulations to the whole squad of players at St. Peters for cracking season finishing very near the top of the division for the sixth consecutive season continues to show the strength of the club. A huge thanks also to Coaches John Dunleavy and Lee Smith along with Patches Houlahan, Trevvy and Baggsy for masterminding the season. Thanks also to Collette, Quincy, Mike Payne, Joe Dunleavy and Kevin Barry for their match day contributions. Off the pitch there are names too many to mention, Junior Section, Youth Section, Committee and helpers etc. who continue to work tirelessly for the  club, its facilities, members and the general development of the club. So now its a few weeks rest before we look forward to season 2012-13. Watch this space for Baseball news and social events during the summer (if we have one) months.

12th May: Big game today at Tonyrefail 5 points needed to still have a chance to go up. If you want to come along and support the boys, the bus leaves at 12.45. Kick off 2.30.

11th May: Fixtures for Saturday 12th May Firsts away to Tonyrefail 2.30pm kick off. mmet down the club at 12.30pm. Social side to play a touring side. 1pm meet at the club.

7th May: The committee, members and friends of St. Peter’s RFC, would like to send their sincere condolences to the family of Billy OKeefe who passed away on Saturday 5th May. Billy has been a life-long member of St. Peter’s RFC and was a formidable player, player of the year 1971-72, East District Player 1972, second team captain to name a few accolades. He will be sadly missed and we would like to wish his family our thoughts and respect at this sorry time.

6th May: Tonyrefail game has now been rearranged for Thursday 10th May. Its still an away must win game. We are still not sure how many teams are to be promoted from this division, but lets get behind the team and coaches. 6.30pm kick off.

28th April: Last First Team Game of the Season Thursday 3rd May  Tonyrefail away in the last league match 6.30 pm ko

Rocks win at the Rock27th April: Rocks win at the Rock! St Peters u16s finished their Spanish Tour with a win against Gibraltar.


22nd April: On Thursday 26th April St. Peters Under 13s will be playing in the Semi Final of the Blues Cup against Pontypridd RFC U13s at Pontypridd High School (CF37 4SF) Kick off 6.30pm. Lets all get to Ponty and support the Patsy and his under 13s.

21st April: As the season draws to a close, thank you to Joe Dunleavy for supplying the remaining fixtures.

Saturday  21st April  at home  all players welcome
Saturday 28th April touring side Hillsford at home
Thursday 3rd May  Tonyrefail away in the last league match 6.30 pm ko
Saturday  12th May its a touring side at home looking for a social vets type game a good way to finish off the season and chill out with your mates every one players non players water carriers and anyone else.

all welcome

20th April: Sam Parker (St. Peters player since he was seven) achieves a Wales Under 18 Cap. Well done Rock! More including photo.

19th April: The good news keeps rolling in! Following the performances of the Two Gang this year it comes as no surprise to announce that the Rocks Seconds have been crowned League Champions. Let the good times Roll Well done to all. 

19th April:

St. Peters Youth. 2011-2012 League Champions.


14th April:
Youth overcome Penarth 30-21 to win the league. Congratulations to all. Meanwhile the first team win 14-11 against Nelson. Its a good day!

Youth are playing Penarth Youth at home today in our last League game.  If we win, we will be crowned League Champions so all to play for. 

Under 17s v Blackwood. Match Report from last weekend.

14th April: Three Rocks capped at under 16 level against England Wed 11th April 2012 Report by Matthew Sweeney

Jordan Viggers, Rob Lewis and Callum Sheedy.The three St Peters representatives in the 45 man Wales U16s Squad all managed to make the cut for the final squad for the Capped International against England on Wednesday at in Wellington College, near Windsor. There have been a number of international games at this Festival already this week with the boys appearing against the USA and France but the England game was the only recognised Full International. St Peters Captain and flanker Jordan Viggers made the starting lineup, while prop Rob Lewis and outside-half Callum Sheedy made an impact from the bench. This is a remarkable achievement for the Club and a great reward for these three talented players who have put a tremendous amount of hard work in over the last few seasons.
Well Done Boys from everyone at St Peters RFC. 

14th April: Many thanks to Kate Bush for providing the dates for the June tour to Australia

Australia v. Wales 1st Test
Saturday, 9th June 2012, K.O. 20:00 (11:00 a.m. UK)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland
ACT Brumbies v. Wales XV,
Tuesday, 12th April, 2012, K.O. 19:30 (10:30 p.m. UK)
Bruce Stadium (a.k.a. Canberra Stadium), Canberra, A.C.T.
Australia v. Wales – 2nd Test
Saturday, 16th June 2012, K.O. 20:00 (11:00 a.m. UK)
Etihad Stadium (a.k.a. Telstra Dome, Colonnial Stadium & Docklands Stadium), Melbourne, Victoria.
Australia v. Wales – 3rd Test
Saturday, 23rd June 2012, K.O. 15:00 (06:00 a.m. UK)
Allianz Stadium (a.k.a. Aussie Stadium & Sydney Football Stadium), Sydney, New South Wales

7th April: St. Peters Youth v St. Josephs Youth in the Youth Cup Semi Final Hayley Park, Wednesday 11th April 6pm Kick Off.

7th April: Matthew Murphy ploughs through the Farmers defence to score the winning try  on the Harlequins.
Rocks 22-18 Brecon. 

5th April: Rocks seconds are looking for a game on Saturday 7th April. If you can accommodate, contact Joe on 07821922948.

5th April: Whatever your plans are for Saturday cancel them! Make your way to the Harlequins for 2.30. The Rocks need all our support for the league fixture against Brecon. The season is drawing to a close amd yet again we are still in with a shout depending on the next few Saturdays.

31st March: Rocks return to winning ways overcoming Fairwater at the Harlequins 24-15. Well Done Rocks.

24th March: Llanishen 15. Rocks 9. Seconds also lose 10-22 to Glamorgan Wanderers.

22nd March: Its great news for Mike Baldwin and Mike Thomas Read on

22nd March: Message from Tom Nolan, who is leaving us next week to take up a position in Doha Good luck Tom

I would like to thank all of the players, coaches, supporters and committee of St Peters RFC for giving me the opportunity to captain the 1st XV this season. It’s been an honour to captain a team of such quality players that go out week after week to play for each other! I am truly gutted I wont be able to see the season out with the boys but I’m sure if we keep the family mentality and the desire to play for eachother we’ll get that promotion we’ve all worked so hard for. This Saturday will be my final game for now and who better to go out on than our local rivals Llanishen RFC, it will be an emotional game for me personally but what better way to go out than with a win against our local rivals and top of the league (fingers crossed) to finish on a high. I would like to say a special thank you to all the coaching staff who give up their time to help us better ourselves as a team, not an easy job at times!

Finally, a massive good luck to the boys for the final few games of the season, keep up the hard work, play for each other, keep the “family” mentality going and I want to be reading about Div 2 East next season!!

Good luck to everyone and good health. Take Care, Nolan

21st March: Thanks to Kate Bush who sent this email to the site

Jack Whitehall show was on the tv last nite Here are links to two clips from the show involving the boys and the link to the whole show – available for 30 days after the initial showing – which was quite funny, and shows some of the boys in the audience when they actually recorded the rest of the show.

 21st March: More dates:

WALESV BARBARIANS – 2nd June, KO -14:00

WALES V ARGENTINA 10th November – 14:30
WALES V SAMOA 16th November – 19:30
WALES V NEW ZEALAND 24th November 17:15
WALES V AUSTRALIA – 1st Decmber, KO 14:30

 Further Australia tour dates not yet available unless you have them. Email Kevin. Ta

20th March: Its The Big What! Rocks Youth Day 24th March 2012. We will be having a fund raising Youth day at the club on the 24th March. We will be inviting as many friends family and members as we can. For £10, each person gets a ticket to watch the youth home game, a free cupper at the snack bar and later on admission to the upper bar where The Big What Band will be playing and a chicken curry, made by Paul Lane who is a top Chef.
Please pick up your tickets from behind the bar or contact Paul Ring & hell keep them for you.

Please come & support the boys.

MEMBERSHIP:- Following the success of the Wales Grand Slam winning team, there have already been a number of enquiries to join the club. The Senior Committee is currently seeking to appoint a Senior Membership Secretary to assure a full record of the membership is maintained. If you are interested in the post please contact the committee here.

TESCO VOUCHERS:- We will be collecting Tesco vouchers for schools (and clubs)  for the duration of the offer. Please hand them in over the bar.

18th March: GRAND SLAM!!! Well done to all the members and guests of St. Peters Rugby club yesterday who respectfully observed the minutes silence for Mervyn Davies impeccably.

16th March: Message from Don: Its St. Patricks Day and Six Nations Super Saturday, so to mark the occasion its Guinness £2.50 per pint, selected bottled lagers 3 for £6 and Pears Bulmers 3 for £7. Other beers are available. Dont forget to drink sensibly!

16th March: Dinky Poo have cried off for Saturday, so its a traditional Rocks v BRC game. Meet at 9.45am, kick off 10.30. If you are walking, breathing and own boots (not necessary) get down to the Harlequins for the game

15th March: Who here is the Dolphin?

14th March: SONGBOOK from which may be of use for Saturdays game against France. We could also use it in the afternoon.

13th March: BRC  (Barbarians Rugby Club Champagne) and St.Peters will be playing together against Dinas Powis RFC on Saturday morning at 10.30, at the Harlequins.  This will be a true Barbarians team and will involve, youth, experience and some of our 1st and 2nd team players as well. 

11th March: I counted them all out and I counted them all in again. The Jersey Boys have all returned safely home with as you would expect no stories to tell at all honest officer! Jersey 12 Rocks 17.Photos

9th March: Whilst the Club go on Tour to Jersey, well leave you with a look forward to the next fortnight in Wales. You can start by going to the Italy game Wales v. Italy ticket for sale £25 contact Brendan on 07967 594-701

8th MarchJersey Tour Itinerary has changed slightly. Please check. Dont forget your Travel Insurance!!

7th March: First Team Report from Gwernyfed game last weekend and an alternative report as seen from the Gwernyfed point of view. Its well worth a read and a similarly good account of a good game.

4th March: Today it was the turn of the Under 13s to shine. Well done to the Under 13s who overcame Llantiwit Major 55 0 in the quarter final of the Blues Cup. Nice one lads!!

3rd March: Well done to the senior teams of St. Peters today. The Firsts played Gwernyfed (and the elements) today with a bonus point win of 30-12. The Seconds overcame Cambrian Seconds on Heath Park. Apparently we scored well, but no one quite new how many. The Youth had a narrow defeat at the hands of Pentyrch, on the Harlequins, going down 15-22.

29th February: On a proud day for St Peters Under 16s three of the boys made it through to the Final Wales Squad. Captain Jordan Viggers, Star Outside-Half Callum Sheedy and outstanding Prop Rob Lewis all made it through and can now look forward to a taste of international rugby in the next month or so. Unfortunately a fourth St Peters player Rory Harries just missed out on the final selection. (MSweeney)

27th February: Don’t you just love what happens to kids and their love of rugby when we beat England? This email was received today through the website. Hi, can you tell me from what age you take juniors please, and how much it costs? Im looking for a club for my two sons, age 3 and 5. Thanks.

27th February: We are having an Elvis tribute singer at the club this Friday (2nd March) to raise funds for the Juniors. If you would like tickets call Tim Carless  or You can pay on the night (£5). Great fund raiser and good revenue for the club. 

24th February: Advance notice of Rocks Youth Day 24th March 2012

22nd February: Saturday 25th February Its time for the Big One!! St. Peters Under 16s will be hosting Huntingdon RFC, Cambridge, Under 16s. 12.30pm Kick off. Bottled lagers and ciders available (3 for £6) for the over 18 supporters and guests of Huntingdon RFC. Then you could watch the other game at 4pm. Bring it on!!!

20th February: Question Who are the heart of the club First Team, parents, committee? Answer Read Denfas Report and remember they are only six years old!!

18th February: First XV fixture cancelled. A combined First / Second XV overcame Rogerstone on the Harlequins 47 -7. Many thanks to Rogerstone for agreeing to this fixture. 

17th February: Jersey Tour Itinerary now available.

17th February: Two games at home tomorrow. Firsts v Heol y Cyw and Seconds tbc. Both Kick offs will be at 2.30pm.

15th February: Drop Kick King Mullane wins for 2 gang in Pencoed. Report

Vince Nolan

14th February: Read Vince’s latest Cardiff East Editorial here

13th February: New stock now available in the club shop.

11th February: The First XV game was off today, but the seconds traveled to Pencoed where they scored three tries and a last minute drop goal by the ever talented – Jimmy Ray won the match 15-18.

9th February: Whats on this weekend?
Saturday 11th Feb: First XV  away Tonyrefail. Second XV away Pencoed. Youth XV home Llanishen.
Sunday 12th Feb: Welsh XV home Scotland. 

6th February: Many thanks to all who were involved in any way on Saturday night for the Rocks Factor.

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3rd February: Please note that St. Peters v Pencoed tomorrow is a 2pm kick off. Rocks squad announced late waiting on key injured players to return from injury

The RoX Factor 4th February 7pm

30th January: The RoX Factor is coming… 4th February… The RoX factor on the 4th of Feb 7.00pm start.

We will need 4 impartial judges and 1 Dermot O’Really (jimmy Ray) to present the evening’s entertainment all entries can be taken on the night.

It is the weekend of Internationals but Wales are playing on Sunday. This will be an opportunity to raise a few quid for tour youth and senior so can everyone make sure the evening is supported. The First Team will be playing Pencoed at 2.30pm.

29th January: Rocks out out the SWALEC Plate at the hands of Nelson Report

25th January:
Player of the month for December & January 
Senior player of the Month Mat Arnold
Youth Player of the Month Joshua Dunleavy

24th January: Next Saturday (28th January) the first team is away to Nelson in the Swalec Plate, the 2nds are at Home to Glamorgan Wanderers 2nds in the Mallet Cup & the Youth are away to Llanharran Youth in the cup. Good Luck to all 3 teams check the web site for kick off times as they change in the cup rounds due to the possibility of extra time.

23rd January:CAN YOU HELP? Message from Denfa

Shirts needed for the under 7`s.  A shirt amnesty!!! Coaches  – if you have old shirts from bygone years; players who now grace the under tens and have grown out of your training shirts, could you please leave them in the shop or boot box for recycling this would help us out . . I have raided the under 8`s cache and they have kindly lent me their spares but we are in need of more many more. Please help !! 

21st January: Mixed fortunes for our teams yesterday as the Firsts lost at home to Rhiwbina (0-25) , Seconds beat Rhiwbina (20- 3) and the youth  lost away to Dinas Powys 13-6.Reports

20th January: Firsts and Second Teams to face Rhiwbina Saturday 21st  (here includes the Rhiwbina Report).

17th January: Match Report from Pentyrch v Rocks

17th January: St Peters get a mention on the East Terrace on why the blues wont move back to the Arms Park more

Excellent performance from Rocks Second Team Scrum Half - Foxy - who went over for one try.15th January: First team go down at Pentyrch 15-10. Seconds never looked like coming off second best to Llanishen at the Harlequins winning 26-13 –Photos. Youth team playing today at home at 2 against the District in a trial match.

14th January: Read Vinces latest Cardiff East Editorial here

14th January: Games this weekend Saturday: Firsts away to Pentyrch. Seconds at home on the Harlequins. Sunday: Youth at home to Llanishen (C&D)

13th January: The RoX Factor is coming 4th February The RoX factor on the 4th of Feb 7.00pm start.

We will need 4 impartial judges and 1 Dermot O’neally (jimmy Ray) to present the evening’s entertainment all entries can be taken on the night.

It is the weekend of Internationals but Wales are playing on Sunday. This will be an opportunity to raise a few quid for tour youth and senior so can everyone make sure the evening is supported.


7th January: Happy New Year from the Youth and First XV with two wins today. The First XV made hard work against a committed Dowlais XV winning 15-11 Photos , whilst the Youth beat Llanishen 17-8 in a Cup and league fixture. The Youth have now won 5/5 in their league. Keep it up lads.

6th January:  First Team to play Dowlias at home. First team game is definately on!!!

Unfortunately for the seconds, the game is cancelled.


3rd January: JERSEY TOUR – Full payment of £70 should now be paid to Smudger as soon as possible. The final date for this payment will be 20th January. Places not paid for by this date will then be offered to those on the waiting list, so lets get our monies in quickly. If, in the unfortunate instance, you have decided not to become a Jersey Boy please let Smudger know as soon as possible so your place can be given to someone else. Thanks

2nd January 2012: Urgent Request!

We have just welcomed a new player to the club from Latvia.

Mike has started to make inroads in looking to start a new career in Cardiff but he only has temporary accommodation. Is there anyone who can help in putting Mike up for a few weeks until his pay starts to come through, if so please email John Dunleavy via the web site or ring me on my Mobile 07976 733953 many thanks.