The 1st XV had a great victory against Cardiff Met on the weekend in a tough encounter at Bargoed Park where they ended up 45-20 winners.
This week they travel to Maesteg Quins in another National Championship tie.
The Warriors had a tough day at the office at home against a Cardiff Met 2nd XV stacked with quality, and were convincingly beaten 84-7 in a National Conference fixture.
The Warriors had a few missing but no excuses the Met deserved the victory playing some excellent rugby.
There’s plenty of character in the Warriors Squad though andcthey will bounce back, and look to get back on the horse this week as they face Rumney at home in another Conference game.
Great news this week as the Youth were informed that they had won the Dragons B League title in what has been a very competitive league.
This was no mean feat, having seen a number of players transition into senior rugby from last season’s squad. However this tight group have grown in confidence and stature with some great wins along the way. They have worked hard and overcome a number of difficulties to win the title.
Credit to the players but also to the Coaching and Management Team and Volunteers who assist. Well done to Coaches Aeron Hughes, and Ian Davies, and all the others who have worked hard off the field.
They were back in action on Saturday in a friendly, and put in a great shift away against Dowlais and came away with a tight 14-7 victory.
This was another cracking squad effort considering there were a number of players missing, and they travelled with only 17 players.
There were good performances from a number of players. Rhys Thomas did a great job with an excellent kicking display, and Ieuan Dymond ran strongly on the wing and was always a danger.
Captain Keaton Davies lead from the front as always, but the man of the match was Ethan Lott with some quality work in attack and defence.
Bargoed’s try scorers were Kieron Coulsen and Jake Rees, with Rhys Thomas getting two conversions.
This week the Youth are in the pool looking for a game.