23 September 2016 / Club News

Pitmen play the Saints at home, then it's Players Night afterwards

Three home games for the Penallta boys tomorrow.

The Pitmen kick off against Senghenydd on the 3G at 2.30pm, in a bid to put right last week's humbling defeat away to front runners Rhydyfelin.


The Pitmen have had some enjoyable tussles with the Saints down the years and it'll be a real local derby atmosphere over at the Centre of Sporting Excellence.

The 2nd team Troopers play Llantrisant 2nds over on the back field at Trinity Fields. Ray's boys did well against a powerful Bargoed 2nds side last week in the league, and will be looking for their first win of the season. They kick off at 2.30pm.


Also kicking off at 2.30pm are the Youth against cup-favourites Cardiff Met in the Welsh Youth Cup. It is a formidable tie for the young youth side, who have suffered three league losses so far in the Premiership, But the 16 year olds are undaunted against what will be a quality Met side. The Met lost in the final last year after beating Penallta in a semi final replay.


Afterwards, it's a compulsory player's night at the clubhouse with all players, from the 1sts, 2nds and Youth, required to attend court in fancy dress. The fines and punishments will be dished out in the bar, with money being raised for the respective tours.


It should be a great laugh. Expect a lot of good rugby and a lot of drunk players afterwards!

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