Weekly Update 6th December 2017

NOTE: No training in Newport this weekend

The Club Awards evening is on 6th January, tickets are on sale at reception on NISV, please pick up your tickets, let’s get as many as possible to the Awards evening and really celebrate our year.

Last weekend saw the 2000’s and 2003’s in action.

The 2000’s won both of their matches, 21 – 4 against Carmarthen on Saturday, then 32 – 1 against Swansea on Sunday, well done to the whole team, a very professional performance.

The 2003’s put in a very spirited performance, despite missing one or two key players and others having to play out of position due to injuries etc, you all played exceedingly well and pushed Swansea the whole way through, the final score of 5 – 14 does not reflect the effort you put in.

There is no training in Newport this weekend due to Gala’s at the pool.

The Welsh League 2000’s competition should continue this Sunday (10th December) with Newport away to Cwm Draig, however, we have not yet had a confirmation from Cwm Draig that the match is actually on. As soon as we receive it, we will pass it on.

Next weekend (16/17 December) is a very busy one, with the 2nds taking on Swansea in Newport on Saturday 16th, then the 2003’s and 2000’s playing Wanderers in Newport on Sunday, good luck to all teams.

Below is the diary, I hope it all makes it clear to understand:

6th Dec, Wed           20.00 - 22.00, Seniors training

9th Dec, Sat             NO TRAINING – GALA

10th Dec, Sun          TBC, 2000’s WL V Cwm Draig Away

13th Dec, Wed         20.00 - 22.00, Seniors training

16th Dec, Sat           16.00 – 17.30, Juniors Training

                                 17.30 – 18.30, 2nds V Swansea, Friendly at home

                                 18.30 – 20.00, Seniors Training

17th Dec, Sun           13.00 – 14.30, 2003’s WL V Wanderers at home

                                 14.30 – 16.00, 2000’s WL V Wanderers at home

20th Dec, Wed        20.00 - 22.00, Seniors training

That is all for now, if there are any questions, please do let me know, or indeed, if you note that I have made another silly mistake, then please do tell me so that I can put it right.