29th October: Senior Training Schedule for November 2014 <Here>
28th October: Its’ a little bit of mixed news for our Pebbles at the Rocks. The Pebbles are our youngest and smallest rugby group. The good news is that, under the coaching of Claire Fahy and her team, the group of player numbers have increased to over sixty. Well done to the whole team of Pebbles parents and coaches. The downside of such Pebblic success however, is that the group is now, unfortunately, closed to new recruits.
PARIS 2015: If you are a definite for the Paris 2015 trip, please hand in your deposit (£100) to Baldy by 21st November. Thanks.
27th October: We still have a number of Wales v Australia tickets left. Contact Joe Sweeney on 07812136468
27th October: Mixed cup fortunes for St. Peter’s this past weekend. The youth traveled to Abergavenny with a mixed team to play in the Youth Cup having had 18 players made unavailable due to work commitments and injuries. Abergavenny took an early 11-0 lead as the Youth ‘took stock’ of what they were facing, but once the travelling Rocks worked out the limited game plan they were up against moved the ball wide regularly, finishing the game 14-26. The senior teams didn’t fare quite as well with the First XV going down at home to Mountain Ash 13-29 and the Second lost to Bridgend Sports 21-35.
23rd October: INTERNATIONAL NEWS:
St. Peter’s RFC would like to pass on their congratulations to RORY TONKIN who has been appointed coach of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Rugby Union <<More>>
GARETH NORMAN (the Rocks former left wing) has also been making the headlines in Australia as a prop!! <<More>>
20th October: It’s a big weekend at the club for the First XV and the Youth this coming Saturday. The Firsts will face Mountain Ash RFC of League 1 East Central in the Second Round of the SWALEC Plate Competition. Whatever your plans are this weekend, make your way to the Harlequins for a 2.30pm kick off. See you there.
Its also a big weekend for the Youth who are in the 2nd round of the Welsh Cup and Bowl.
19th October: Please come & support this extremely worthy cause. Tickets should be purchased in advance from the club but there is a small chance that some will available on the door. Live Band – CHASER – with raffles & loads of fun. (no children allowed sorry)
18th October: Rocks win Cardiff Derby. St. Peter’s 26-24 Fairwater. Seconds lost to Rumney II 0-24. The Youth Development side lost 14 to 24 away to Cowbridge RFC.
17th October: Rugby this weekend – First XV home to Fairwater, Two Gang home to Rumney II and the Cavaliers away to Taffs Well II. Youth away to Cowbridge. Let’s all get down the Harlequins this weekend and support the players – even if you are not playing yourself this weekend. One Club!
14th October: It’s always good to get good news. Thanks to Philip Dacey for forwarding this letter which was received recently. St. Peters hosted the under 13′s district tournament on Sunday (12th October). Later Sunday evening he was sent the below Email from Cowbridge under 13′s coach former Cardiff and Wales 2nd row Derwyn Jones.
Just a quick thank you to you and St Peters for a great day today.
The club put on a great tournament, all teams and players were a credit to their respective clubs and to be honest I was personally very pleased to see St Peters in the final – a fantastic win for you v Penarth who are the district champions, your boys were a credit to St. Peter’s rugby club before and after the final whistle.
Please pass on our thanks to all at the Rocks who helped make it such a special day for our boys
Just to add to the letter off Derwyn. The boys where a credit to the club Sunday and played some brilliant rugby and the final was just one game to many but Cowbridge where the best side there on the day. Proud of all the u13s boys, parents and the coaching team thank you all. Dazza
14th October: Numbers ascendez for Paris 2015. A few places are still available. Regardez vous ici
12th October: The result of the day came from the Youth who triumphed over neighbouring Rumney Youth 31-0 on the Harlequins today. The senior teams however were unable to emulate the successful teenage section. The firsts travelled to Brecon, losing 17-14 and the seconds went down to Clwb Rygbi 13-21.
9th October: Rugby this weekend.
First XV are away to Brecon. This game will feature on Scrum V on Sunday (honest)
Second XV are away at Clywb Rygbi Caerdydd.
Thirds away at Seaview.
Both Youth sides are at home against Rumney and Cowbridge respectively.
6th October: Firsts and Second XV lose to Porth (11-14) and Rhiwbina (12-39). Training Tuesday’s and Thursday’s! Next week the First XV travel to Brecon and the Second team travel to Clwb Rygbi. The Cavaliers are also in action at Sea View.
3rd October: Teams for tomorrow’s gameshere
30th September: Rocks host Mountain Ash… The draws for round two of the SWALEC Plate and Bowl have now been confirmed after last weekend’s matches threw up a couple of surprise results www.wru.co.uk/eng/news/31362.php
27th September: The First XV travelled to Penarth today to play a League match originally scheduled for December 27, but as both teams had a bye in this week’s SWALEC Cup, the game was played today – Good thinking! Final Score: Penarth 0 – 62 St. Peter’s REPORT. Meanwhile the seconds came from 27 – 5 down to seal a narrow victory 62 (sixty two) – 27. Well done to the youth today who were able to put two quality teams out to play. The Youth First XV had an excellent win beating Cwmbran 27-5. The Youth Second XV were narrowly beaten 12-5 by Barry. Good effort lads.
21st September: Macmillan worlds biggest coffee morning. Friday 26th Sept 11 – 12.00. Anyone wishing to bring cakes etc more than welcome. Prizes for best cake, original cake decorations etc. raffles etc.
20th September: Firsts lost 20-31 at home to CRCC, Seconds beat Llanishen II away. Youth beat Llandaff North away 22-10 in the Cup. Thirds beat Fairwater 40-12 at home.
18th September: Rugby this weekend – First XV v CRCC at Home, Seconds AWAY at Llanishen II, Thirds also at home to Fairwater II. Youth seconds against llandaff north away – Cup game.
14th September: Rocks First XV travelled to Abercynon for their second league match of the season yesterday. Abercynon took the home advantage well with some excellent goal kicking through the first half to command a 23-10 lead before St. Peter’s woke up. The Rocks were down a number of key players for this game and it took a while for the new line up to put the patterns and calls together. Although the home side out-muscled St. Peter’s pack, the ball which we did get in the second half was well used by the determined back line. Ed Poynter’s, golden kicking boots kept the Rocks in the game, reducing the lead to three points with five minutes to go. The Rocks would not lie down and as Abercynon tired, St. Peter’s running backs finished off a hard fought win with another Lincoln Plummer try. Final Score 23-27. Rock on.
The Youth were beaten 12-24 by travelling Harpenden RFC Youth.
9th September: Rugby this coming weekend. First XV Away to Abercynon. Youth at home to the touring side, Harpenden Youth. Any other fixtures to follow.
6th September: Rocks Ring in the new season with a 37-5 win over last year’s league runners-up Wattstown. Leading 12-0 at half time, the Rocks delivered the bonus point on the stroke of 60 minutes as they ran the ball on all the right occasions. A brace of tries from new-comer Lincoln Plummer showed his blistering pace leaving his opposite number as just an observer to both tries. Also on the Harlequins today, the Youth Development team had a great start to the season beating Taffs Well Youth 17-12. Unfortunately, our travelling teams did not return with wins. The youth lost in the last few minutes of the game, 14-11 away to Merthyr and the Seconds (leading at half time) went down 24-8 to Barry II.
4th September: Congratulations to the Youth 1st Team we are through to the 2nd Round of the Welsh Cup! Blackwood have given us the fixture! Congratulations to Youth. 2nds! We are through to the second round of Welsh Bowl! Porth have given us the game!
3rd September: Well it’s here at last! The Season is back. Thank Balls for that! We are starting the season off with five games on Saturday, so if you are anywhere in South Wales, on Saturday, you won’t be far from a Rocks game – and you never know Obama might stay on for a couple of days to catch a game. Seniors to meet at the club 12.30 and Youth to meet at 12.15 as they need to get away to Merthyr. Bring it on.
First XV – Wattstown – Home Second XV – Barry II – Away Third XV – Dinas Powys II – Away Youth XV – Merthyr – Away Development XV – Taffs Well – Home