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Youth Team Fixture Pool

WRU Youth Team Fixture Pool

About the Fixture Pool

Youth clubs / teams with gaps in their fixture schedule can arrange to play friendly matches by taking advantage of the WRU Youth Rugby Fixture Pool system. Send your details and a contact address to Peter Owens, Community Rugby Manager at the WRU, together with details of your club / team's age group and fixture availability. Where possible, we will arrange a fixture for you.

In the first instance, please fill in the online enquiry form to the right giving full details of your availability (remember to fill in all the fields). Peter Owens can also be contacted on either 029 2082 2448 or 01443 815 799 should you not have internet access or via email on powens@wru.co.uk if you are unable to use the online enquiry form below.

Latest club / team availability will be placed below once it has been processed and verified.

For the Pool to work you must inform us if you have a fixture

Name *
Club *
Age Grade/Level *
Telephone *
Fax *
Email *
Availability *

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Youth Clubs looking for Fixtures

Mountain Ash RFC
Youth
- We are looking for midweek fixtures over the next few weeks
Interested Clubs should contact Martyn Ham tel 01443 478297 or Tom Cartwright mob 07966196330

Tredegar RFC
Youth - We are looking for friendly fixtures throughout the season
Interested Clubs should contact Martin Edwards mob 07572 577546 email martin.edwardsgda@gmail.com

Treherbert RFC
Youth
- We are looking for midweek or weekend fixtures from now until the end of the season. We are a 1st year inexperienced team looking to play a team of the same level
Interested Clubs should contact Paul Mears mob 07506 710494

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