19 exclusive Indigo Group Premiership transfers

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Indigo Group Premiership transfer season is now underway as club’s start announcing retained staff before moving on to those who they are bringing in. Robert Rees brings you the destination of either incoming or outgoing Prem players. Jack Maynard The fly half is on the move back to Llandovery despite living nearer Cardiff. A great […] READ MORE



Welsh Premiership set to shrink to NINE teams

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The Indigo Group Welsh Premiership is set to reduce down to nine teams for the 2023/24 season. Robert Rees brings you the latest detail on the proposed changes. Welsh Premiership set to shrink According to club sources, the Welsh Premiership is set to cut three teams for the season after next. However, it’s not just […] READ MORE


Indigo Group Premiership playing budgets

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The Indigo Group Premiership may be months behind its usual starting point, but with plenty of time to look at off the field matters, Robert Rees has investigated into the playing budgets of each team. Indigo Group Premiership playing budgets The Welsh Premiership is a turbulent environment financially, with changes to the format and funding […] READ MORE


Indigo Group Welsh Premiership transfer round-up

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Despite the early end to the Welsh Premiership 2019-20 season, business has resumed to sort squads out ahead of next season. Last Word on Rugby brings you 11 exclusive transfers. Ben Flower The rugby league star has made a surprising switch, not only in codes, but a shock move to National Championship side Pontypool. The […] READ MORE



Principality Premiership – key players to watch in 2018/19

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With the Principality Premiership season underway; and the TV fixtures underway following Ebbw Vale vs Aberavon, Robert Rees looks at the influential men who will be key for each team, in the 2018/19 season. Teams are listed alphabetically, with one player chosen that will [likely] influence the fortunes of that team within the Regions. Aberavon […] READ MORE


Dragons Rugby – A Region Reborn

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2017 proved an eventful year for supporters and stakeholders of the Welsh Professional Rugby Region, newly entitled as ‘Dragons Rugby’.  With the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) recently installed as the new owners of both Rodney Parade and Dragons Rugby, what does the future of the Region hold? Newport Gwent Dragons – Urgent Need for Change Historically, […] READ MORE