In the face of adversity, Carmarthen Quins u16’s keep plugging away and today got a thoroughly deserved victory. After a difficult few months, the coaching group and players have shown huge resilience and commitment.
You absolutely deserve this.
Pontyberem U16’s 24 – 29 Carmarthen Quins U16’s.
THREE Carmarthen Quins players helped orchestrate a Scarlets Under 18’s regional title.
The Scarlets played the Ospreys at the Talbot Athletic Ground with the winner taking the crown.
The Scarlets made it a comfortable night, winning 40 points to 10 making them unbeaten. Carmarthen Quins’ star boy Carwyn Jones earned the Player of the match award.
Just be aware, he’s TWO YEARS YOUNG!!
Congratulations to Carwyn Jones, Elis Price and Will Davies.
Your Carmarthen Quins side to face Pontypool infront of the S4C cameras tonight.
- Dylan Richards joins Ford and Randell in the back three.
- Gilliam joins Batcup in the centre.
- Allen and Newnian come into the front row.
- 6/2 split on the bench.
Come down to Carmarthen Park tonight. The boys will really appreciate your support!
All at Carmarthen Quins would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to our long serving committee member and minutes secretary, Phil Webb on the passing of his wife, Linda Webb.
The funeral will take place on Saturday 13th January at 10:30 at Holy Trinity Church, Pontargothi.
All at Carmarthen Quins would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to Life member and former committee man, Irfon Jones on the sad loss of his dear wife, Jean.
The funeral will take place at 13:00 on Thursday 18th January at Llanelli Crematorium.
After a recent run of poor form, the Quins finally got an important W on the board.
Charlie Titcombe scored all 16 points with one try, one conversion and three penalty kicks.
After recent results going the other way, the Quins defence showed guts and courage to keep the Ravens away from the whitewash for long periods of the second half.
Full time score; Bridgend Ravens 11 – 16 Carmarthen Quins.