23/04/2018 13:49

Following the 34-13 midweek win at Bryncoch, when tries were scored by Gareth Rees (3) Jon Phillips and Josh White, with White adding a penalty and three conversions, Porthcawl returned home to South Road and demolished the Ferry, keeping another clean sheet. With the WRU Bowl Final this coming Sunday, the Seaweeds rotated the squad in certain positions but those who came in and started the match, did a fine job, the side racking up thirteen unanswered tries on an afternoon perfect for running Rugby. Some outstanding tackling from flanker Chris Blake allied to some fine passing and running .....

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26/04/2018 15:48:44
To mark 130 yrs of @lionsofficial Players past and present are receiving a cap for the first time. Our own…
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26/04/2018 15:25:48
🏉Rowndiau Terfynol Cenedlaethol @WelshRugbyUnion 🏉#WRUFinalsDay 12.45: Bowlen - @PembrokeRFC v @porthcawlrfc 3.00:…
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Dafydd James @DafyddJames13
26/04/2018 10:32:18
@WRUREFEREE @porthcawlrfc Good luck on the weekend. Finish off a great season on a high pob lwc
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Luke Morgan @lukeymogz
26/04/2018 08:27:04
All the best to porthcawl rfc this weekend in the final #gfl @porthcawlrfc @WRUREFEREE
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