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Craig Hughes injury
Apr 16, 2014, 8:27 pm


Craig has chipped a bone in his ankle during Welsh squad training and will be in plaster for up to 6 weeks.

Everyone at the Tigers wishes you a speedy recovery Craig. 

SWBA Cup Finals Saturday 03/05/14
Apr 6, 2014, 6:42 pm


The SWBA Cup Finals are scheduled for Saturday 03/05/14 at Glamorgan Sport Park, Treforest. Tigers have conceded our U16 semi final vs Cougars and our U12 semi final vs Swansea Storm but are still in the hunt with Semi Finals to come at U14 at home to Cougars (29th April) and also are still in at U10......match yet to be arranged.

U16 Tigers progress to SW Cup semi final
Apr 6, 2014, 6:09 pm


Tigers U16 beat Pontypridd Panthers U16 away to progress to SW Cup semi final. Details on Fixtures and Results tab.

Tigers U14 Cup Qtr Final win.
Mar 22, 2014, 12:45 pm

Tigers progress to the SW Cup Semi Final after a 45-40 win over Baglan Blazers. Full report etc on Fixtures and Results page, by clicking on date.

Well done Craig and James
Feb 28, 2014, 12:40 pm


Congratulations to Tigers Craig Hughes and James Large for being selected to represent Wales in a tournament in Belfast, Northern Ireland last weekend. Unfortunately James had to drop out of the trip after breaking his leg, and so Craig was our clubs sole representative on the trip. I have seen reports of the three matches of which Wales won one and lost two and Craig did the club proud. 


James Large
Feb 25, 2014, 8:57 pm


James has broken his leg playing rugby and will be out of action for the next six weeks. Obviously it's a big blow for James as he missed out on the opportunity to play for Wales U15's in Ireland last weekend and we are also going to miss him in action for Tigers U14 and U16 teams.

Everyone at the club wishes you a speedy recovery James.

Jul 25, 2013, 10:39 am


The Tigers held their 3rd Annual Presentation night at The Rhondda Bowl on Wednesday 17th July. 

The night started with the annual ten pin bowling competition with Tigers taking over 5 bowling lanes and the 24 players divided in 5 teams. Top scorers in each lane were:- 

Lane 1: Isobel Robins with (111)

Lane 2: Ifan Summerhill-Davies: (106)

Lane 3: Bethan Cutler (104)

Lane 4: Keiran O'Brien (92)

Lane 5: Maddie Colcombe (120) 

The ten pin bowling was followed by "feeding time" and then the presentations were held in the function room.

Every player who had represented the club in any match this season at any age group was presented with a 2013 team medal. 

The Tigers team of the Year was the U10 team, who had won the South Wales U10 Cup Final. 

U14 Player of the Year: Craig Hughes. 

U14 Most Improved Player: James Large. 

U12 Player of the Year: Ifan Summerhill-Davies. 

U12 Most Improved Player: Bethan Cutler. 

U10 Player of the Year: Ben Evans. 

U10 Most Improved Player: Jake Pritchard-Holmes. 

Coaches Award for Most Committed Player: Daniel Williams. 

Photos of the Presentation Night should be on the website shortly.....thanks to Ceri and Rob for all the work they did setting up the movie screen and taking the photos during the presentation and also during the season. 

Thanks also to the parents who have supported the club throughout the the last 12 months. In particular thanks to Ceri and Ceys Summerhill-Davies, Geraint adn Mandy Evans and Rob Williams. Also thanks to Tony Berry for his work as a coach this season and to Katie Foale for her assistance. 

I would also like to thank everyone for the cards and gifts presented to myself and to Tony at the end of the evening.

For the record the tickets sold for the presentation, plus the raffle on the night resulted in an overall profit (after paying for the Rhondda Bowl and the trophies) of £53.80. 

Thank you again everyone. See you next season.

David Foale




Mini Tigers Win South Wales U10 Cup Final.
May 5, 2013, 1:02 pm

The first Final of the day saw Tonyrefail Mini Tigers meet Pontypridd Panthers in the U10 Final. Tigers dominated the first two quarters with great defence and quick breaks that allowed them to lead 32 - 14 at half time. In the third quarter Panthers fought back outscoring Tigers by 4-13, but in the fourth Tigers agan dominated to run out eventual winners by 54 -27. Top scorers for Tigers were Ben Evans (14 pts) Ifan Summerhill-Davies (14 pts) Carwyn Pugh (12 pts) Dan Williams (10 pts) and Jake Pritchard-Holmes (4 pts) with a great effort by the other players, Isobel Robins, Jack Anthony and Thomas Anthony.  Well Done Tigers.     

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