FISHGUARD & Goodwick RFC held its annual junior registration day on Sunday at Goodwick Moor.
A fabulous day was had by all the children and their parents who turned up in there masses from the twin towns and surrounding area. The Six Nations trophy was on show and all the supporters were delighted by having their pictures taken with the trophy.
Also present were Scarlet layers Samsung Lee and Nic Reynolds, who got involved with all training skills and were great ambassadors for their club. They both stayed well over there time slot signing autographs and talking to the children.
The club were also celebrating 25 years of the junior section and a special award was presented by Samsung Lee to Colwyn James, who started off the junior and mini section 25 years ago.
Colwyn said: “I am so happy at where the club is today, the work and effort from the players, coaches and committee plus all the local businesses who sponsor the rugby club has put us on the map. The first team playing at the Millennium Stadium last season made everyone associated with club so proud and goes to show what can be achieved with old fashioned hard work.” Chairman James Morgan said “Colwyn is a true club person who has helped make the club what it is today”.
Fishguard and Goodwick under 7’s with coach Merion Ladd and the RBS Six Nations Trophy
Colwyn James receives a special award from Samsung Lee.