Carmarthen Quins RFC

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Carmarthen Quins RFC
Full name Carmarthen Quins Rugby Football Club
Nickname(s) Quins
Founded 1875; 142 years ago (1875)[1]
Location Carmarthen, Wales
Ground(s) Carmarthen Park (Capacity: 3,000)
President Brian Jones
Coach(es) Ian Jones (Director of Rugby), Steffan Thomas (Manager)
Captain(s) Haydn Pugh
League(s) Principality Premiership
2015-16 10th
Team kit
Official website

Carmarthen Quins Rugby Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Rygbi Cwins Caerfyrddin) are one of two Welsh rugby union clubs based in Carmarthen in West Wales, the other being Carmarthen Athletic. They currently play in the Welsh Premier Division league after their promotion to the Premiership in the 2008–09 season. The club is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and a feeder club for the Pro12 team, the Scarlets.[2]

Club history[edit]

During the 2005–06 season Carmarthen Quins were relegated from the Welsh Premier Division and placed in Division One West, making a return to the Premier league after winning the West league in 2008–09. Carmarthen were to face Blackwood, winners of Division One East in a play-off for promotion; but because Blackwood's ground was deemed not to meet WRU standards for the Premier league, the game was forfeited.[3]

Club honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Steffan Phillips Prop Wales Wales
Gethin Robinson Prop Wales Wales
Javan Sebastian Prop Wales Wales
Steffan Thomas Prop Wales Wales
Nathan Williams Prop Wales Wales
Rhodri Clancy Hooker Wales Wales
Torin Myhill Hooker Wales Wales
Gethin Robinson Hooker Wales Wales
Josh Helps Lock Wales Wales
Shaun Jones Lock Wales Wales
Haydn Pugh Lock Wales Wales
Ben Thompson Lock Wales Wales
Harry Clement Flanker Wales Wales
Shaun Evans Flanker Wales Wales
Ellis Lloyd Flanker Wales Wales
Lee Taylor Flanker Wales Wales
Ollie Hitchings Number 8 Wales Wales
Steffan Jones Number 8 Wales Wales
Player Position Union
Ifan Beynon-Thomas Scrum-half Wales Wales
Gareth George Scrum-half Wales Wales
Connor Lloyd Scrum-half Wales Wales
Josh Batcup Fly-half Wales Wales
Craig Evans Fly-half Wales Wales
Steffan Marshall Fly-half Wales Wales
Iolo Evans Centre Wales Wales
Morgan Griffiths Centre Wales Wales
Dylan Morgans Centre Wales Wales
Rhys Williams Centre Wales Wales
Chris Banfield Wing Wales Wales
Gethin Gibby Wing Wales Wales
Keiran Jones Wing Wales Wales
Callum Price Wing Wales Wales
Lee Williams Wing Wales Wales
Gavin Thomas Fullback Wales Wales
Dale Ford Fullback Wales Wales


  1. ^ Fields of Praise, The Official History of the Welsh Rugby Union 1881–1981, David Smith, Gareth Williams (1980) pp11 ISBN 0-7083-0766-3
  2. ^ BBC News (8 July 2004). "Wales' regional rugby map". BBC. Retrieved 2008-06-04. 
  3. ^ Carmarthen Quins and Blackwood are champions of Swalec league 22 September 2014