It’s all here in green, black & white
If you haven't registered yet please take 2 minutes and choose Gwernyfed RFC as your cause.
There are so many retailers that are involved in this organisation -
We are a members club & we have approximately 400 members to date, so we can really make a difference. I know a few of you lot like a holiday e.g Rob Stephens!! See if you can book through easyfundraising?!!
A large proportion of us shop online anyway (I know I do), one of the hardest things with something new is remembering. There is a reminder you can add to your computer -
Let's embrace this new way of fundraising & the club really can benefit -
Ball Through The MOUTH -
We have the 'Ball through the mouth' & promotional boards and trailer' as seen at the GRFC FUNDAY available to you (the member) to book out and take to local shows & village fetes to help your club raise funds to buy the rugby pitches.
It is being stored at Will Skyrme's at Llanfilo LD3 0RD -
Simpy get in touch with Will Skyrme and claim the date you'd like!
On July 2nd 2016 -
It was a great kick start to reaching our end goal of 55K to purchase our pitches with a magnificent 4.5K raised -
Health & Safety for all players and
No dogs allowed within the fields
(except on footpath, highlighted in
green on map)..
All dogs must be on a lead -
We are still having problems with members of the public walking their dogs on our sports pitches and allowing their dogs to foul & not clean up -
Please click here for the dangers of dog fouling -
It is with huge sadness that Gwernyfed Rugby Football Club announces the death of one of our favourite sons, Brian “Titch” Jones, who passed away peacefully at home on Sunday 20th November 2016.
He was one of the founder members of the club and had served on the Committee, often as Secretary or Treasurer, since its inception. He was made a Life Member 25 years ago and the Club was proud to further extend its appreciation by making him President in 2015. The Club was Titch and Titch was the Club -
Titch had a wicked sense of humour, never malicious but mischievous in the extreme. An afternoon watching rugby, either by the pitch or on TV, followed by banter and laughter in the Old Fart’s Corner was always a delight for all.
The Club wishes to express its deep sympathy to his wife Mary, his sons Ceri and Kyle, daughter-
There is a wound in the soul of the Club that will never completely heal.