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The winning Penarth RFC youth team and coaches

Last Saturday (November 13) saw the Penarth RFC youth team travel away to play St Peters RFC Youth in the remaining game in their blues cup group and gain a superb victory to win the cup.

The Youth won the game in style with a thirty-three nil victory over a very strong St Peters fifteen on their own patch, winning all six of their qualifying games in the process of reaching the final, while conceding just two tries during the whole of the competition.

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The 'Buns defence is no match for Richie Bowen as he scores the second

St.Alban's (17) 27 Penarth (11) 18

Mid-way though the four-week hiatus between the Bowl and the new league season was ideal timing for both sides in this deeply strange run-out friendly. The morning rain had made little difference to the excellent Tremorfa Park playing surface and running rugby was set to be the order of the day.

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Penarth (0) 5 Pentrych (20) 27

The Seasiders' stumble through this season's National Bowl competition continued last Saturday. They have soundly beaten neighbours Old Penarthians twice, but lost to everyone else in the group. The team fielded two more debutants in AJ Jones and Ben Wellington, bringing the total number of players that have featured in these four games to 46.

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Penarth Athletic conquer Canton

By Ellyn Wright

28th Sep 2021 | Local Sport

Penarth Athletic 38-19 Canton 2nd XV (HT 12-12)

With the 1st XV on a rest week it was the Athletic XV's chance to take centre stage at the Athletic Field as they hosted Canton 2nd XV on Saturday in what turned out to be an absolute belter of a match in EDRU Division 1.

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12 year old Evan Lendum from Penarth, is representing Wales in the Lawn Tennis Association's junior Home Nations Tennis Championships

Returning for the first time since 2019, the LTA's Junior Home Nations Tennis Championships welcomes the highest level of British Junior competitors – and six players from Penarth and Cardiff are among the selected few to represent Wales

Outside of the Commonwealth Youth Games, the Junior Home Nations is the only opportunity for young, Welsh tennis stars to represent their country – and six promising local players will follow in the footsteps of international tennis stars Andy and Jamie Murray to compete for a Junior Home Nations Title.

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