Burry Port Finish with a Flurry
The last league game of the season seen Burry Port RFC The Blacks make the trip to Betws.
With a host of players unavailable and the league championship already secured you could have forgiven Burry Port for just turning up and going through the motions. Betws were hoping for just that and with a couple of permits within their ranks sniffed an upset against the Champions. Read more..
Burry Port RFC – Blacks remain on track
Burry Port RFC 22 – 14 Betws RFC
Burry Port RFC record another bonus point victory to stay top of Division 3 West B over battling Betws. The match was played in near perfect conditions and both teams were keen to spread the ball and play entertaining rugby in the sunshine. The Blacks have developed their play this season and are multi-faceted in attack and it was a great start that saw winger Tom Bowen cross under the posts with fly half Stef Powell slotting over the extras. Read more..
Burry Port RFC’s Latest Match Report
Lampeter 0 – 37 Burry Port RFC.
Burry Port RFC travelled to third placed Lampeter and came away with a six try win to send a clear message to promotion rivals as they consolidate second place in the highly competitive Division 3 West B. With Lampeter a serious contender for the title, it was a crucial game for Burry Port to come away with a win. It turned out to be a crushing loss for the hosts who fancied themselves to win, however it was the Burry Port defensive effort that broke the spirit of the home team as they tried to exert early pressure only to be met with ferocious tackling from the visitors. Read more..
The Blacks win against local rivals
7 try away victory for The Blacks as they pile the pressure on their promotion rivals. New Dock Stars 24 – 45 Burry Port..
The Blacks travelled the short distance to Llanelli to take on New Dock Stars for the third time this season and came away with a hat-trick of wins to close the gap on Bynea and Lampeter at the top of Division 3 West B. Considering the amount of heavy rain leading up to the weekend, the pitch was in good condition and this surely contributed to making it a high scoring game. Read more..
Burry Port RFC Through to Round 3
Burry Port travelled to local rivals New Dock Stars and booked their place into the next round of the WRU Bowl and look forward to the draw on Wednesday to see who they will play in Round 3.
It was the Home side who got off to the better start keeping the ball for long periods and putting the Burry Port try line under some pressure but just couldn’t get over the white wash. Burry Port looked dangerous when in possession and with strong running centre Knox opening the scoring with a fine run Burry Port got into their game and took control of the first half. Read more...
Match Report: Burry Port Rugby Club Ease into Round 2
Burry Port Rugby Club, The Blacks were on WRU Bowl Duty on the weekend with a 1st Round encounter against Birchgrove RFC.
With a sizable crowd behind the Home side, Burry Port Rugby Club got off to a great start and with referee Chris Williams laying the law down from the offset, particularly at the breakdown everyone knew to expect a fast and open game. Burry Port scored two early tries from good lineout work from the pack and were up 14 – 0 in the first 5 minutes, however Birchgrove did hit back in their first meaningful attack and scored a well worked try in the corner and scored another one soon after to reduce the deficit to 14-10. Read more...
The Boys are back in Town at Burry Port RFC
The Welsh Rugby Union season is back and Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT® is proud to continue our long association with Burry Port RFC by continuing to be one of their major sponsors. The Blacks (Burry Port RFC) kicked off the season with a huge 85-5 point victory against Penygroes on 5th September and headed straight to the top of the league table. The Match Report for the game can be found on our Blog Page.
We would like to wish the Blacks a very successful season and will be reporting on their progress throughout the year.