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The site is full of useful information about the club and the team, with lots of photos for you to look through. If there is anything that you want to know, or can't find, try our Google search facility on this page.

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A brief history of the Club

The Club was formed in 1972, and after many years playing in the Mid Wales League, became part of Division 6. With most of their away matches being played in the Cardiff, Merthyr & Bridgend areas there is inevitably a lot of travelling but this is really exciting and committed rugby, with great hospitality.

As a result of our good performances and consequent League position, and following a revamp of the WRU League system for season 2014/15, we are now playing in Division 3 East Central (C). Most of the clubs in this League are based in the Cardiff area amnd towards Bridgend.

Though based in the small country town of Llandrindod Wells, the club draws from a catchment area as far as Rhayader and Builth Wells and in the past it has attracted a number of overseas players who have come to work in the town.

The Clubhouse, built in 1981 using the members’ labour, stands on land leased from Powys County Council. The pitch itself is also leased from Powys, and was provided with floodlights, again through self-help, some years ago. Full pitch drainage has also been installed.

In recent seasons, we have been noted for having a young, vibrant squad, many of whom went to school together, whose trademark is to play fast open rugby. We are always open to new ideas and, of course, new players.

If you want to get in touch about rugby in this beautiful area, please get in touch with me using our Contact form.
Martin Harvey, Webmaster.
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We are proud to be associated with the following Principal Sponsors, and are grateful for their considerable support to our Club.
Llandrindod Wells RFC were presented with a new kit prior to the Whitchurch game by Tom Underhill (back row 2nd in from right in the team picture below), of Marches Architectural Hardware of 33 Ddole Road, Llandrindod Wells.  The club are very grateful for their continued Support.'
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Main Club Sponsor            
Marches Architectural Hardware          
Morris & Bates, Solicitors
     
Tarmac Contracting
  BSW Timber
Marches Architectural Hardware       Tarmac 'National Contracting'   BSW Timber
Tremont Garage
     
Evans & Jones Opticians
 
Spar Stores
Tremont Garage       Evans & Jones Opticians   G.O. Davies & Sons
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Squad
The Llandrindod squad who beat Whitchurch on their opening match of the season.
Back row Geraint Edwards (Chairman), Jason Pritchard, Dan Oakley. George Wozencraft, Andrew Duggan, Jonathan Duggan, Jac Holden, Tyler Evans, Danny Davies, Gareth Oakley, James Smedley, Tom Underhill (Marches Architectural Hardware), Richard Watkins (Head Coach), Bottom Left to Right Aled Price, Sam Davies, Lance Holder, Noel Davies Jones, Josh Hammond, Geraint Evans (Captain), Kyle Stevens, Martin Davies, Dale Wilson
Mid Wales Cup Winners 2014
Mid Wales Cup- Winners 2014
A full album of pictures is available HERE. Pictures courtesy of Gary Williams
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Albums of images from this Final AND from matches thorughout this season courtesy of Wilna Venter can be seen HERE.



Club News

18/10/2014
Llandrindod extend their unbeaten run in the League with their sixth consecutive win against a rugged Tongwynlais side, the game marred by the number of penalties. Running in 5 tries, and with yet another try bonus point, this 35-12 win cements their position as outright League leaders.
01/05/2013
If you really want a picture of 100% manhood, you could do no better than download a copy of the 2012-13 team picture HERE and frame it!

Rugby news from the BBC