Llanelli Nights RL to hold open training session

THE Llanelli Knights Rugby League will be holding an open training session on Wednesday (April 25) at Penygaer playing fields.

The session will run from 6:30pm till 8pm.

If you are 17 years old and above and want to have fun throughout the summer you can join in. You can fill out the following link to express your interest here.

The club have also announced their staff for the upcoming season. They are:

Head Coach - Nick Macey
Coach - Trystan Morgan
Assistant Coach/Team Manager...

Match Report: West Wales Raiders 6 – 54 North Wales Crusaders

By Sian Golden at Stebonheath Park for www.totalrl.com
NORTH Wales Crusaders put in a clinical second half performance to win 54-6 against an inexperienced West Wales Raiders side.
Dale Bloomfield leapt on a Ste Roper grubber kick to give North Wales an eighth minute lead, Tommy Johnson with a rare conversion miss.
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Here is what they had to say:

After having two weekends without a fixture how has it been for the players and yourselves?

JE- Frustrating is one word and frustrating is another,just looking forward to playing now and getting the team playing our structures week in and out....

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After travelling for over 5 hours and going straight off the bus on to the pitch it took them the first half of their first group game against one of the strongest community sides East Hull to get in to the speed of things.

The second half saw the young raiders putting...

West Wales Retains Donne Shield

West Wales Raiders welcomed The Royal Logistics to Stebonheath Park on Saturday (Mar 18) for the first of their brand new annual shield matches.

Centre Carl Leyshon got the game off to a cracking start with an 80 metre run to score the first try. Loose forward  Aaron Lewis added the conversion. The next fifteen minutes saw both teams locked in a battle of strength.  The tally of mistakes and penalties from the home...