Your Carmarthen Quins side to welcome Merthyr RFC to the Parc on Saturday.

Jac Wilson switches from outside half to full back, with Winger Kalum Evans returning to the left wing. Dylan Richards keeps his 14 jersey after a solid performance last week. Leon Randell returns to a starting jersey for the first time in over a year due to injury, he’ll partner up with Ryan Davies to complete the centre partnership. Harri Williams returns to outside half with the experienced Rhodri Davies at 9.

Lewys Millin remains the only unchanged back row from last week as he packs down from behind the scrum. Tom Phillips returns to 6 as he wears the armband with Gethin Davies starting on the open side. The boiler house is unchanged after strong performances from Lee Taylor and Josh Helps last week. Connor Allen and Ifan James remain at 1 and 3 with Torin Myhill returning to hooker.

Josh Batcup will add experience when called upon with Tom Curry and Ryan Bean also amongst the replacements.

Come down and support the boys!



It was another disappointing performance from the Quins as they were unable to consistently fire shots at RGC.

RGC opened the scoring through their Loosehead prop. After a fine move from RGC saw them gaining in the wide channel. A great try saving tackle from centre Ryan Davies wasn’t enough as RGC went over the whitewash in the phase after.

Furthermore, some good play from Quins saw them 10m out from the RGC try line but inaccuracy at the breakdown allowed RGC to gain a turnover. RGC found space in the backfield with the ball bouncing in their favour. RGC managed to hack the ball through and retrieve the ball with their outside half dotting down.

RGC’s third try came from dominant forward play as they pick and go continuously to power over the white wash.

Just before half time, captain Josh Batcup was harshly yellow carded. RGC took advantage of that and scored a well played first phase try with the full back finishing in the corner.

Half time score; RGC 28 – 0 Quins

RGC were first to score in the second half through a penalty goal.

Quins did show some resilience and winger Dylan Richards scored in the left hand corner after some hard work from the Quins forwards.

This time is was winger Iestyn Gwilliam to dot down after some excellent play from number 8 Lewys Millin, offloading ‘out the back door’ to put Gwilliam away in the corner.

RGC had the final say as they powered over in the final moments of the game.

Final Score; RGC 38 – 12 Carmarthen Quins


Your Carmarthen Quins team to travel to RGC tomorrow.

Rhodri Davies moves from scrum half to full back with Iestyn Gwilliam making a first start on the wing. Ryan Davies starts at outside centre with this weeks captain Josh Batcup starting at inside centre. Wilson moves back to his natural position at 10 with Scarlets product Efan Jones at 9.

Tom Curry starts at 7 with Scarlets product Iwan Shenton making his debut at 6. Millin returns to 8 after after stint at open side. Josh Helps and Lee Taylor pair up in the boiler room, behind Allen, Jones and James who make up the front 3.

Full Back Leon Randell looks to return after a 14 month spell out through injury. Scarlets product Isaac Young and Mr consistent Ben Leung all feature on the bench.

Go well boys!



Your Carmarthen Quins side to face Aberavon tomorrow.

  • Dale Ford returns to a Quins jersey for the first time this year.
  • Jac Wilson starts at 10.
  • Tom Phillips and Lewys Millin start at 8+7.
  • Leon Randell returns and starts on the bench after being sidelined for 14 months.



Carmarthen Quins 18 – 25 Swansea RFC

It wasn’t our day but we take a single point away from the Parc.

We face Aberavon at the Talbot Athletic Ground on Saturday.



Your Carmarthen Quins side to welcome Swansea RFC to the Parc, today.

  • Dylan Richards returns to the wing.
  • Williams, Jones, Leatherbarrow and Morgan all start.
  • Leung and Taylor return to starting jersey’s
  • 6 – 2 split on the bench.

Come down and support the boys!



Here is your Carmarthen Quins side to face Newport tomorrow.

Jac Wilson returns to fullback being joined by Kalum Evans and Ryan Davies on the edges. Scarlets and Wales centre Scott Williams wears the 13 jersey with Mr consistent Josh Batcup wearing 12. Youngster Harri Williams starts at 10 with the experienced Rhodri Davies inside him at 9.

Lewys Millin maintains the 8 jersey with captain Tom Phillips wearing 6. Scarlets product Teddy Leatherbarrow starts at 7 making up the backrow. Josh Helps partners up with Ryan Bean to bring some heat from the boiler house. Scarlets product Lewis Morgan has a run out at hooker with Connor Allen and Ifan James supporting him for either side.

Scarlets Efan Jones and Sam O’Connor are amongst a strong replacements bench.