A History Cardiff Rugby Football Club was founded in 1876 following at meeting at Swiss Hall, Queen St when the amalgamation of two clubs, Glamorgan and Cardiff Wanderers, was agreed A History Cardiff Rugby Football Club was founded in 1876 following at meeting at Swiss Hall, Queen St when the amalgamation of two clubs, Glamorgan and Cardiff Wanderers, was agreed. The first competitive game was played against Newport at Wentloog Marshes on 2nd December of that year. The first home fixtures were played at Sophia Gardens The CIAC's were formed in 1946 by a group of young men living in Cardiff Docks area. Loudon Square Park, in the middle of the docks' or as it was known Tiger Bay, was the setting for an impromptu meeting sometime during the summer. The group talked about forming a Sports Club and eventually chose Rugby as the game to play Cardiff Harlequins Rugby Football Club owes its existence - in part, at least - to a very early example of student power. Despite the fact that rugby has always been the National Game of Wales, for many years Cardiff High School (one of the country's leading schools) played football
Cardiff Rugby Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Rygbi Caerdydd) is a rugby union football club based in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. The club was founded in 1876 and played their first few matches at Sophia Gardens, shortly after which relocating to Cardiff Arms Park where they have been based ever since Bringing Cardiff's unique rugby heritage to life, it aims to capture, preserve, celebrate and share over 144 years of history. The Archive contains a record of each item of rugby memorabilia owned by Cardiff RFC and Cardiff Blues together with items that are either on loan or in private collections Cardiff Rugby Club, history and statistics 1876-1975 by D. E. Davies, unknown edition
The Club / Events Calendar; Contact Us; Find Us; Committee; Club History Sponsors; Player Sponsorship; Women's Rugby; Cardiff Met RFC Membership Details 2019/2020; MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM 200 CLUB Application Form; PLAYER SPONSORS; Shop / WRU Sho The official website of Cardiff Rugby, a regional Welsh rugby team. The official website of Cardiff Rugby, a regional Welsh rugby team. Supporters Club and CF10 Trust Junior Club A History of Blue and Black - The Greats: Maurice Richards First Team News. Cardiff RFC are saddened to learn of the passing of club stalwart Colin Howe. The former prop forward played 263 games for the Blue and Blacks in a career that spanned two decades in the Welsh capital Cardiff Rugby (Welsh: Rygbi Caerdydd) are one of the four professional Welsh regional rugby union teams. Based in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, the team play at Cardiff Arms Park and are owned by Cardiff Rugby Ltd, who also own and run Cardiff Rugby Football Club.From 2003 to 2021 the club were known as the Cardiff Blues' before changing their name to Cardiff Rugby prior to the start of the. Cardiff's rugby league history. Cardiff Rugby League Club in a match against New Zealand 21 December 1951. The first attempt to bring rugby league to the capital was in 1949 when a Welsh League was formed. Cardiff were joined by teams from Amman Valley, Llanelli,.
, Stan Bowes and John Nelson the founder members FROM the west of Cardiff, Fairwater RFC were first formed in 1966-67. They were founded by Dave Minto, Tim Driscoll, Reg Regan (who was the first chairman) and ex-Newtown boy John Morgan, who had captained the St David's side in the past and had moved to Fairwater. The headquarters was set up in the Bulldog Public House and the rugby club. One of the earliest of all rugby club histories, this lavish work was published to celebrate the club's 30th anniversary. The earliest history of the club, which began life as the Glamorgan Football Club in the season 1873-74. Perhaps the most notable aspect of this books is the amount of rare portraits of early Cardiff players that appear St Albans RFC. The earliest information regarding St Albans RFC or to give it its full name of this time, St Albans on the moors RFC, was in September 1896, it was in the South Wales Argus giving the first round draw of the Cardiff & District Union Shield this was a competition for second teams and newly formed clubs, They were drawn to play Roath Hornets at Roath park, unfortunately it.
The Club began as the Parish Club of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Roath, Cardiff and retains its links to this day. There was a time when a reference to St. Peter's was normally accompanied by the suffix 'Cardiff' in order to identify the Club accurately Cardiff Harlequins RFC was a rugby union club located in the Welsh capital city of Cardiff. The team provided several international players during the late 19th century, most notably Gwyn Nicholls, who after leaving the club not only represented Wales but also played for the British Isles on their 1899 tour of Australia The Cardiff City Blue Dragons were a rugby league team formed in 1981. Their home ground was Ninian Park which was also used by Cardiff City FC. The club spent three seasons in Cardiff before relocating to Bridgend in 1984 as the Bridgend Blue Dragons, who were finally wound up in 1986 Supporters Club and CF10 Trust Junior Club History Recruitment Cardiff Rugby, Cardiff Arms Park, Westgate Street, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 1JA General: 029 20 30 20 00 Tickets: 029 20 30 20 30 Email: [email protected
Cardiff Rugby League . Glamorgan Wanderers RFC Memorial Ground, Stirling Road, Cardiff. CF5 4SR Wale A Brief History of Cardiff HSOB RFC. The Cardiff High School Old Boys Rugby Football Club owes its existence - in part, at least, to a very early example of student power. Despite the fact that rugby has always been the National Game of Wales, for many years Cardiff High School (one of the country's leading schools) played soccer Cardiff RFC Season Review 1876 - 1877: Cardiff RFC Season Review 1877 - 1878: Cardiff RFC Season Review 1878 - 1879: Cardiff RFC Season Review 1879 - 188 .Continue onto Kingsway/A4161 past Cardiff Castle. 10.At Park Hotel (on left) turn left at Westgate St. BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park is in front of you. DIRECTIONS FROM THE WEST BY CAR. 1.Exit M4 at Junction 33. 2.Take 3rd exit at the roundabout. 3.Head south on A4232 towards City Centre. 4.Take 2nd exit off A4232 towards Cardiff City stadium.
CARDIFF RUGBY CLUB 1876-1975 HISTORY AND STATISTICS written by D.E. Davies published by The Starling Press (STOCK CODE: 2132479) for sale by Stella & Rose's Book Search the BBC Search the BBC. Genome BETA Radio Times 1923 - 2009. Show TV Channels Hide TV Channels TV ; Show Radio Channel Canton Rugby Football Club commenced playing in 1876 and was one of the three clubs that founded the Cardiff and District Rugby Union. During this time three teams played within the Canton boundary. (Ref. 'That Great Little Team On The Other Side Of The Bridge' - The 140 Year History of Canton (Cardiff) RFC Season 1876-77 to 2016-17 by. The Cardiff Rugby Football Club - History and Statistics 1876 - 1906 compiled by CS Arthur, secretary. A season by season history of Wales' capital club, superbly illustrated throughout. On new years day 1907 Cardiff thrashed the touring Springboks 17 - 0 and it was felt that this feat needed to be recorded
The game was played at Oxford on 5 December and Cardiff ran out winners by 20-0. In the 1888-89 season, both teams met and beat the first touring rugby side to reach these shores, the Maoris, and the Cardiff trip to play the university side was quite a trek according to Danny Davies in the official centenary history of Cardiff RFC Two centenary history booklets bound together - The Centenary of Redruth Rugby Football Club 1875 -1975 and Cardiff Rugby Football Club Centenary Year 1976-77. Large 8vo. 88pp and 100pp. Bound together in red and blue boards with gilt titles to spine. Original covers have been retained. Fine condition throughout. Date 1975-76 Publisher The. Welcome to theGlamorgan Wanderers NEW WEBSITE. Glamorgan Wanderers RFC are a local rugby team based. in Ely, Cardiff. Founded in 1893, they are now firmly established. at their base at The Memorial Ground, Stirling Road. More Club History - Viv Huzzey. Viv was born on 24/07/1876 at Varteg Hill, near Pontypool, but by 1881 his family had moved to Cardiff and were living in 21 Rawden Place, Canton. Records show that he was an outstanding sports all-rounder, played cricket for Grangetown Conservative Club & skittles for Canton Conservative Club
Club History. Founded in October 1893 by a group of ex-pupils of Monkton House School, the Wanderers were originally known as Old Monktonians, but in 1913 it was decided to change the name to Glamorgan Wanderers Rugby Football Club. The name change was deemed necessary as the club's membership had widened somewhat since its formation An 1885/86 Cardiff Rugby Football Club gold medal (Image: Mullock's Auctions). Dating back to 1885/86, this Cardiff RFC gold medal was presented to player R.T Duncan, forward of Cardiff RFC in. History and development. The Mackintosh Sports Club is set in 2 acres of open space in the Plasnewydd district of central Cardiff. Until 2011, the grounds around the main Castle included a large car park, five tennis courts and a bowling green and one corner of the ground contains a small public park
Cardiff Blues became the first Welsh team to win a European trophy when they held off a late Toulon fightback at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille in front of a record Challenge Cup final crowd of 48,990. The French club opened up a 13-6 interval lead via a Sonny Bill Williams try converted by Jonny Wilkinson, who also kicked two penalties Cardiff Athletic Club Welcome from our Chairman - Mr Keith Morgan. The formation of Cardiff Athletic Club was primarily to promote the development of amateur sport within the Cardiff Area. Whilst Rugby has become semi-professional, the other 4 sections of CAC have continued to flourish whilst perusing the original aims
Boon, Ronnie, Cardiff and Wales Rugby Player, With Cardiff Schoolboys' Team, 1922-23, XXVI-106 Boon, Ronnie, Welsh International Baseball Player, With Cardiff Athletic Team, 1936, V-113 Booth, Sam, Cardiff City Footballer, Portrait with Glyn Williams and Fred Stansfield, ---, XXXV-8 Our Mini & Junior teams returned to training and began playing some games back in April, but for the majority they will all now look to start their 2021-22 campaigns from June and July when contact games are permitted. It will be fantastic to see all the boys and girls taking to the field once again after what has been a lengthy lay-off for. History of the the Football Club. Western Suburbs, together with South Newcastle, Central Newcastle and North Newcastle, were the 4 inaugural teams in the Newcastle Rugby League Competition that commence on the 14th May 1910. These 4 clubs played for the Potter Shield. West Suburbs Rugby League Club was formed mainly by players from Lambton. One of the strangest years in the club's history took place without a game being played or a rugby ball kicked or passed by any players. The Covid lockdown of 2020 extended well in to 2021 and its legacy remains with us to this day. The clubhouse has been closed for..
Club and Community Fixtures from the Indigo Group Premiership, Specsavers Championship, National Leagues, National Cup, Youth Rugby, Schools and Colleges The rugby programme at Cardiff University provides playing opportunities for all levels, from intra-mural rugby to elite level rugby in BUCS Super league. Our men's first team play in the highest tier in the BUCS framework in BUCS Super Rugby , comprising of the ten best Rugby Union university teams across the UK Dai Sport is a fresh breath of Welsh sport with a fiery attitude. We cover the whole range of Welsh sports with news, analysis and heated opinion. Nothing is off bounds, whether it's on the field, the court, the race track, in the ring, or on the ice. Big or small, Dai watches all
Sully Sports and Social Club can be found in the charming village of Sully which is found in-between Barry and Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. Our club offers a wide variety of indoor and outdoor recreational sports, which include football, rugby, snooker and bowls Rugby League is a fast and dynamic game, which involves great stamina and skill, and is played through the summer. We currently provide Rugby League for women, men, girls, and boys of all abilities including, running, wheelchair and Physical Disability Rugby League, all at a community or professional club near you
The Official Website of the Dragons. WALES U20 FINISH SIX NATIONS IN STYLE. Six Dragons Named for Wales Decider. Early Bird Season Memberships - Back on Parade. Centre Griffiths Joins Coventry On Loan. WALES U20 FINISH SIX NATIONS IN STYLE. Six Dragons Named for Wales Decider. swiper-arrow. swiper-arrow He played all of his regional rugby with the Cardiff Blues and despite lucrative offers from elsewhere, he remained loyal to his home-town club. He retired at the age of 29 due to a succession of. An iconic figure on the pitch, shirt blowing the breeze, socks around his ankles and a presence on the pitch which just seemed to attract the ball, Dean Richards spent 17 years as a Leicester player before becoming director of rugby in 1998 with the departure of Bob Dwyer. It was the dawn of a new golden era in the club's history Macron Store Cardiff, Riverside Garage, Cardiff Road, Taff's Well, Cardiff, CF15 7RF - 2019 - Get the latest news from the BBC in South East Wales: Local website with breaking news, sport, weather and travel from the area plus in-depth features, analysis, audio and video coverage; listen.
Welsh Pool: Dragons, Cardiff Rugby, Ospreys, Scarlets. South African Pool: Sharks, Stormers, Lions and Bulls. Italian & Scottish Pool: Benetton Rugby, Edinburgh, Glasgow Warriors, Zebre Rugby Club. One league table will be used to rank teams and after 18 rounds the top eight sides will qualify for the play-offs Edinburgh v Zebre Rugby Club. Ospreys v Cardiff Blues. Dragons v Scarlets. ROUND 2. 1 May 2021 (EPCR semi-final weekend) Stormers v Bulls. Sharks v Lions. 8 May 2021. Connacht v Leinster. Munster v Ulster. Zebre v Benetton. Glasgow Warriors v Edinburgh. Cardiff Blues v Dragons. Scarlets v Ospreys. ROUND 3. 8 May 2021. Bulls v Sharks. Lions v. Gareth Davies (rugby player, born 1955) the former Cardiff, Wales and British Lions outside half of the late 70's early 80's and former Welsh Rugby Union chairman was born in Tumble and represented the club before moving into the first class game, briefly with Llanelli RFC before switching to the Arms Park. Davies would later become a. 'Deadly' Cardiff City star sends timely reminder of his importance with trademark goal and why pals are made up for him Welsh rugby club players stunned as All Blacks World Cup winner turns up.
Match information for Cardiff Rugby v Bath Rugby - 10 September 2021. Match information for Cardiff Rugby v Bath Rugby - 10 September 2021. Title Partner Dyson. Menu. Club The Club Club & History Through the years Contact & Locations The Team Senior Squad Academy Rugby Department The Recreation Ground Stadium Map Accessibility at the Re Athletic Club • Cardiff Blues ( rugby union ) • Cardiff RFC ( rugby union ) • Glamorgan Wanderers ( rugby union • 2 . 1 CIACS • 3 Cardiff Demons • 4 UWIC Rugby League • 5 Cardiff ' s rugby league history • 6 See also s rugby league history. History (In Numbers) Cardiff City's all-time leading goal-scorer is Len Davies. The forward netted a total of 181 League and Cup strikes in his time with the Bluebirds between 1920 and 1931. Derek Tapscott 's staggering six goals against Knighton Town in 1961 are the most scored in one match by a City player though
A Guide To Cardiff RFC Including Fixtures, History, Records And Club Information Rugby League Information . Home. Rugby Union Information. Principality Premiership. Cardiff RFC. Aberavon RFC Llanelli RFC Neath RFC Newport RFC Pontypool RFC Pontypridd RFC Swansea RFC Tonmawr RFC. Rugby Club Details. Also known as. The Blue And Blacks. Cardiff Arms Park. Cardiff Arms Park. The name of this stadium is famous in rugby circles worldwide. The Wales rugby team played its home matches here until 1969. It remains Cardiff Rugby Football Club's home ground. The river Taff used to flow and flood across this area
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