11 March 2022 / Club News

St Clears RFC ‘local hero’ named Principality’s Clubhouse Champion

In every rugby clubhouse across Wales there are people who work tirelessly year after year, displaying the same unwavering commitment as our players on the pitch. Principality Building Society wanted to reward these special individuals and celebrate them for their incredible efforts

That’s why, during the Guinness Six Nations, they’ve been on the hunt for The Unofficial Squad – a team of 15 Clubhouse Champions who work hard to make their clubhouses feel like home.

The Unofficial Squad, selected from more than 800 nominees, embody everything that’s great about the Welsh rugby community – pride, resilience, commitment and dedication. We’re proud to introduce you to Principality Building Society’s Clubhouse Champions

These 15 individuals are the legends of the community game that make our clubhouses the true homes of so many communities across Wales.

1.      Neil Short, Newport High School Old Boys RFC
2.      Hayley Clare, Penarth Athletic Club
3.      Rachael Thomas, Porthcawl RFC
4.      Darren Hughes, Gilfach Goch RFC
5.      Elaine Jones, Llanidloes RFC
6.      Jeff Davies, St Clears RFC
7.      Mike Roberts, Shotton Steel RFC
8.      Steven Wootton, Rhyl RFC
9.      Callum Brammer, Llandudno RFC
10.    Marc O’Kelly, Loughor RFC
11.    Paul Passmore, Hirwaun RFC
12.    Jayne Edwards, Bedwellty RFC
13.    Ian Horabin, Bridgend Sports RFC
14.    June Merrells, Gowerton RFC
15.    Adrian Dobbs, Gilfach Goch RFC

Principality Building Society is delighted to invite the Unofficial Squad to Principality Stadium for Wales’s final match of this year’s Guinness Six Nations versus Italy, to give them the star treatment and the recognition they deserve.

Listen to Jeff's interview on Radio Cymru (52min in to the program -

Also catch up with Shane Williams on Instagram




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