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Gwernyfed RFC

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Being beneficiaries of generous sponsorship from businesses within the local community, the club can now offer a new scheme for it's members - a New Community Partnership scheme for club members through our club GRFC membership card system.

Simply show your membership card at participating businesses and receive a at the till.

This is a growdiscount ing partnership so keep up to date by checking our Community Partnership page and facebook to see who new deals are available.

Click Here to purchase Gwernyfed’s Book online today from the Old Railway Line Garden Centre…

Guess who has a copy of the Notorious 50 years in GREEN, WHITE & BLACK?
- Our much loved Wales Captain..... Sam Warburton!

In the days leading up to the 2016 Six Nations Championship, Wales Captain Sam Warburton was presented with a copy of the Gwernyfed Rugby Football Club book ’50 Years in Green, White and Black’ by Gwernyfed stalwart Mike Eckley.


Mike was invited down to meet Sam at the WRU Training Barn at the teams Vale of Glamorgan Headquarters as the squad prepares for their opening fixture in Dublin next week.

The book, that was produced as part of Gwernyfed’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations chronicles the history of rugby in Breconshire in 1965 to the present day. It records results and reports from the first ever Gwernyfed XV to the Under Sevens in the Club’s 50th Season. If you are a past player then your name is likely in print and you may well appear in one of the over 100 photos in the publication!

Tour stories, triumphs and defeats.

It’s all in there, buy your copy while stocks still last from the following outlets.

The money raised from sales will directly help the next 50 years of GREEN, WHITE & BLACK in our great community!

All that history & many funny anecdotes for only £20.00 - go and get your copy - it's even on Sam Waburton's book shelf!!

Photo: Cover of the Book & Wales Captain Sam Warburton and Gwenyfed’s Mike Eckley.

Sam enjoys a good read!

Ball Through The MOUTH - Fund raising ran by you the member

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 - 01874 711 257 with a diary so you (GRFC members) can help raise money and take it local shows to get us a bit closer to the buying the pitches.

Simpy get in touch with Will Skyrme and claim the date you'd like!

Ball through the MOUTH! No Dogs Order

Health & Safety for all players and
the community.

No dogs allowed within the fields
(except on footpath, highlighted in
green on map)..

All dogs must be on a lead - Thank you for taking notice.

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 - this is an offence and more importantly can cause huge health problems. We have 17 sides that play & train throughout the week at Gwernyfed RFC and their health is the most important. So please please be considerate - don't walk your dogs on our pitches..

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 - the two were inseparable, green, white and black flowed through his veins. In the wider rugby world Titch gained representative honours by playing for Breconshire, Neath and District and West Wales JRU and he was also honoured by the WRU in August this year when he was presented with a special one-off award for his services to Gwernyfed and Welsh rugby.

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-in-law Claire and grandchildren Alex and Samuel. We hope they take comfort from the knowledge that Titch was a greatly loved man.

There is a wound in the soul of the Club that will never completely heal.

Red Kites flying high after defeating Bridgers

IN 2016 the Welsh Rugby Union set up girls-only rugby clusters throughout Wales, to be played in the summer months, with the initiative being to get girls of all ages playing rugby and creating a pathway from six year old girls, right through to senior womens rugby.

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