St. Peter’s RFC Season: 1994-95


Pyle v St. Peter’s: 3rd September 1994


St. Peter’s v Vardre: 10th September 1994


Glynneath v St. Peter’s: 17th September 1994


St. Peter’s v Oakdale: 24th September 1994


 Cardiff Institute v St. Peter’s: 1st October 1994


St. Peter’s v Kidwelly: 8th October 1994

St. Peter’s RFC 1961/62

Back Row: Billy O’Keefe, Terry Thomas, Cecil Bingham, Dennis
McCarthy, Peter Stone.Standing: Albert Tyler, (Vice Chairman), Maurice Bingham, Paul John, John Gallagher, Dennis Norman, John Sweeney, Jim
Sweeney, Maurice Bingham Senior Committee.

Seated: Mike Thomas, Bart O’Brien, (Captain) John Twomey
(Chairman), Pat Dacey, Alan Mitchem, Des Childs,

Front Row: Bernard O’Keefe, Bernard Lewis


Llantrisant v St. Peter’s: 15th October 1994


St.Peter’s v Carmarthen Quins: 22nd October 1994

St. Peter’s RFC 1984/85

Back Row: Joe Crocker (Coach), Pedro Spiteri (Trainer), Stephen Norman, Damien Walsh, Tony Bullen, Chris Murphy, Paul Ring, Gary Bowen, Stephen Stuart, Stewart McCormac, Mike Coughlin (Team Manager)
Front Row:  Earl Smith, Gareth Snook, Chris Churcher, Colin Morgan, Mike Evans, (Captain), Stephen Matthews, Andy Ryan, Robert Ringwood.


Rhymney v St. Peter’s: 29th October 1994


St. Peter’s v Tumble: 5th November 1994


St. Peter’s v Bargoed: 19th November 1994


St. Peter’s v Pyle: 3rd December 1994


Vardre v St.Peter’s: 10th December 1994


St. Peter’s v Glynneath: 7th January 1995


Oakdale v St. Peter’s: 14th January 1995


St. Peter’s v  South Glamorgan Institute: 4th February 1995

SAGE KNOWS HIS ONIONS: Darren Sage was a try scorer for the Rocks on Saturday.


Kidwelly v St. Peter’s: 11th February 1995

This game was originally arranged for 11th February, (as the printed programme).

The game was played on 22nd April. Note the two team sheets.

St. Peter’s RFC – Andy Warhol once said that everyone experiences fame for fifteen minutes and the defeat of Cardiff in a SWALEC Cup competition ensured that the Club founded in 1886 had to wait a century for its place in history. The re-appearance of St. Peter’s in the Fourth Division this season follows the Club’s promotion to Division Three which is testimony to the strength of the squad and the support of its Committee. The nature of league rugby in Wales is highly competitive and St. Peter’s have experienced the euphoria of promotion and the desolation of relegation.
St.Peter’s has a large squad of players with a number of players having played at the highest level. It is also significant that like Kidwelly RFC there is a number of players who have graduated from St. Peter’s Youth XV which reflects an enlightened development programme designed to sustain the Club’s ambition to play at the highest level.
The game played at the Harlequins ground in Cardiff was a comfortable victory for the home XV which will be anxious to repeat the outcome. The most improvement in the fortunes of Kidwelly RFC creates a most enthralling encounter as the spectre of relegation is challenged.
The return to Park Stephens after a two year absence is anticipated with hope that the commitment and passion shown in matches since Christmas will be sustained.

HYWEL G.REES (Chairman)


St.Peter’s v Llantrisant: 25th February 1995


Carmarthen Quins v St. Peter’s:  11th March 1995


Penarth v St.Peter’s: 17th March 1995


Whitland v St. Peter’s: 25th March 1995


St. Peter’s v Rhymney: 1st April 1995

ON THE CHARGE: Damien Walsh of St. Peter’s takes on the Rhymney defence


DIVISION FOUR BATTLE: St. Peter’s’ Darren Sage loses the ball to Rhymney’s Dylan Meredith. St. Peter’s edged to a 16-15 victory  thanks to a last gasp penalty. 

ON THE RUN: Rhymney winger Darren Sullivan kicks ahead past St. Peter’s wing Martin Stephens.


Tumble v St. Peter’s: 15th April 1995


Old Illtydians v St. Peter’s: 19th April 1995



Pontyclun v St. Peter’s: 23rd April 1995: East District Second Team Cup Final


St. Peter’s v Whitland: 29th April 1995