Unfortunately, just after 2:30 (Kick off time) the referee decided that our match verses Neath had to be postponed.

After a 11:30am pitch inspection, the pitch was deemed playable. At 1:30pm the referee went to inspect and was happy with the condition of the pitch.

Both teams warmed up in the heavy rain but the pitch then started to hold water. Unfortunately, by the end of the warm ups, the pitch become dangerous leaving the referee no option but to postpone the fixture without a whistle being blown.

The fixture will now be rearranged for the near future.



Your Carmarthen Quins side to welcome Neath RFC to Carmarthen Park on Saturday.

  • Nott comes into the back 3.
  • Leung and Davies return from injury.
  • Youngster Iestyn Wood to make debut from the bench.
  • Back row remains unchanged,

Come down and support the boys!



Carmarthen Quins put on a spirited display as they stopped Llandovery gaining a home bonus point win for the first time this season.


If it had been a stroll in Carmarthen Park for the champions when the two sides met for the first time this season on the opening weekend, with the Drovers winning 54-31, this time there was no try-fest as the home side were held to three tries.

To their huge credit the Quins defended with immense gusto from first to last and kept their line intact in a hectic opening quarter. The stalemate was finally broken when ex-London Irish lock Ed Scragg smashed his way over.

The Drovers soon added another through wing Aaron Warren to make it just 12-0 at the break. Soon after outside half Ioan Hughes added a penalty to his earlier conversion to stretch the home advantage to 15 points.

The Quins kept on tackling to stifle home adventure until a close-range line out worked in hooker Taylor Davies’ favour and he plunged over for Llandovery’s third try.

Thomas Curry topped with defensive stats with 20 tackles (100%) whilst Leon Randell beat the most defenders in attack (7).

Full time – Llandovery 20 – 0  Carmarthen Quins


A huge congratulations to two players who have recently reached milestones for the club.

Yesterday, Lewys Millin reached his 150th appearance for the Quins whilst Ryan Bean recently reached 50.

Congratulations Boys! Hopefully many more appearances to come.



Carmarthen Quins would like to wish our Sponsors, Supporters, Volunteers, Players and Staff a very Merry Christmas.



Quins team for Christmas Derby

Your Carmarthen Quins side to face Llandovery, tomorrow.

  • Charlie Titcome and Sam O’Connor return to Carmarthen jerseys.
  • Sion Jones returns from injury.
  • Archie Hughes and Leon Randell are amongst the substitutes.
  • Batcup returns to 12.



Your Carmarthen Quins team to face Ebbw Vale away tomorrow;


Dale Ford returns to Fullback for the first time since last season as he add experience between wingers Dylan Richards and Corum Nott. Fullback Leon Randell remains at inside centre with Scarlets product Iestyn Gwilliam joining him at outside centre. Jac Wilson moves to his natural position as he looks to steer the ship from outside half. The ever experienced Rhodri Davies keeps his spot at scrum half.

Lewys Millin continues his fine form from 8 with the hard hitting captain, Tom Phillips at 6. Gethin Davies earns a starting spot at openside flanker. Recent centurion Josh Helps is paired up with Ryan Bean in the second row. An unchanged front row of James, Morgan and Newnian take the field again.

Prop Will Caron Lewis could make his quins debut if given the opportunity with Lee Taylor, Tom Curry and Josh Batcup adding value and experience from the bench.


A bright light went out today

All at Carmarthen Quins are extremely saddened to hear of the passing of former seconds team player, Mel Evans. Our condolences go to Mel’s wife, Claire, and children, Charlie and Freddie.

Mel was a larger than life character who would always put others first, doing anything for anybody. Mel will be sorely missed.

Rest in peace, Mel Evans.