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Gwent rugby

DERBY DAY: Torfaen Tigers host the Raiders, from Llanelli, in Cwmbran

Torfaen Tigers gunning for derby delight

Pill Harriers youngsters show potential with stunning victory

Joe Davies (5501616)

Burgeoning Dragons lock Joe Davies back at Bedwas

Torfaen Tigers on the up after thrilling win

Principality Premiership to get more teams

Principality Premiership to get more teams

NEW BOSS: Nigel Davies has joined Ebbw Vale as head coach

Former Wales coach Nigel Davies takes over Ebbw Vale hotseat

TITLE DELIGHT: Ebbw Vale, with head coach Jason Strange bottom right in blue, celebrate winning the Swalec Championship last year

Jason Strange was the driving force in turning our club around, says Ebbw Vale chairman

Scott Quinnell guest at Torfaen Tigers dinner

Jason Strange leaves Ebbw Vale for WRU role

Jason Strange leaves Ebbw Vale for WRU role

Frustrating wait goes on after WRU hold fire on BIC and Premiership decision

KEY MAN: Phill Rees, right, has been targeted by Merthyr despite being under contract with Bedwas

Bedwas furious over big-spending Merthyr's move for captain Phill Rees

ALL CHANGE: Dragons and Wales U20s tighthead prop Alex Jeffries, assigned to Newport, played for Cross Keys in last season's British and Irish Cup

Premiership Select XVs set to be rubber-stamped for the BIC

On-song Tigers ready for Warriors battle

Ollie Griffiths (10074548)

Newport to bide time over successor to captain Ollie Griffiths

Micki Witts divers over for Torfaen Tigers (24545192)

Young Torfaen Tigers thrash Sonics

Ebbw Vale to host London Welsh in pre-season

Ebbw Vale to host London Welsh in pre-season

HEADING BACK UP? Fly-half Tom Hancock on the attack for Pontypool against Cross Keys in the 2011/12 Principality Premiership campaign

We'd be ready for Premiership but give us some clarity, pleads Pontypool to WRU

Tonkin's delight at Crawshays' spirit

Bessant returns to Tigers coaching team

FROM STEELMAN TO IRONMAN: Scrum-half Rhys Downes has left Ebbw Vale for Merthyr

One in, one out at Ebbw Vale

CARRYING HARD: Jake Thomas on the charge for Torfaen Tigers (Picture: Bryn Priddle)

Tigers make it two on the spin with super victory against Eagles

Crawshays triumphant in Georgia

HEADING FOR POOLER: Centre Dan Robinson has re-joined Pontypool from Newport

Pontypool bolster ranks with Premiership campaigners

HEADING NORTH: Centre Dom Franchi has signed for Ebbw Vale from Newport

Ebbw twin town as Dom Franchi signs up

REGIONAL INFLUENCE: Dragons hooker Hugh Gustafson on the charge for Cross Keys in last season's British and Irish Cup, supported by Dragons academy and Newport flanker Ollie Griffiths

Select XV rather than club to represent Dragons region in British and Irish Cup

SIGNED UP: Captain Ben Parry is among the 23 players who have re-signed with Pontypool

Tonkin's delight as Pooler retain core of squad

30.05.15 - Hartridge RFC SWALEC League presentation - (27918068)

Hartridge crowned champions

Families of four Newport players to be presented with Wales ‘President’s Caps’

ON THE ATTACK: Torfaen Tigers' Gareth Rusby-Davies looks for support5) Jake Thomas breaks a tackle6) Chris Wannell touches down

Torfaen Tigers up and running with thumping win

TOUGH TEST: Ollie Griffiths, who played for Newport and the Dragons last season, in action for Cross Keys against Doncaster in the British and Irish Cup

Principality boss pushes for swift and quiet end to British and Irish Cup spat

NEW DEAL: Elliot Frewen

Newport hold on to stars Geraint O’Driscoll and Elliot Frewen

ON THE CHARGE: Scott Matthews carries hard for the Dragons against London Welsh in the LV= Cup

Premiership player of the year Scott Matthews vows to battle hard for Dragons chance

Ebbw's Strange named as Premiership coach of the year

Ebbw's Strange named as Premiership coach of the year

Time to embrace touch rugby

CLASS ACT: Ebbw Vale centre Jordan Howells

Steelmen star Jordan Howells named player of the month

STAYING PUT: Ebbw Vale's Craig Duncan in action against Cross Keys last year

Steelmen stars staying put to add to feel-good factor

DELIGHTED: Cross Keys director of rugby Jonathan Westwood

Cross Keys boost squad with two more signings

Ebbw Vale sign Pontypridd flanker Crocker

Pair sign up for Steelmen

Welsh rugby coaching guru Allan Lewis backs Principality Premiership

TRY SCORER: Ebbw Vale centre Jordan Howells crossed for their only touchdown against Pontypridd

Ebbw Vale have exciting future – Jason Strange

17.05.15 Pontypridd v Ebbw Vale - Principality Premiership Play-Off FinalEbbw Vale's Carl Meyer breaks through the Pontypridd defence.(c) Huw Evans Picture Agency (26300685)

Pontypridd 28 Ebbw Vale 14 (Principality Premiership Grand Final)

BIG OPPORTUNITY: Ebbw Vale back rower Cameron Regan

Everlasting fame awaits Ebbw Vale’s warriors

UPBEAT: Ebbw Vale head coach Jason Strange

Ebbw Vale look to stun Pontypridd

LEADER: Lock Damien Hudd captained Ebbw Vale to their stunning play-off win

Dream lives on for mighty Ebbw Vale

Silverware up for grabs in Ben Francis Cup finals

STAR MAN: Ebbw Vale lock Ashley Sweet

Super Steelmen through to Principality Premiership Grand Final

Gwent rivals Ebbw Vale and Cross Keys battle for place in Premiership grand final

KEY PLAYER: Cross Keys No 7 Scott Matthews

Battle royal between Ebbw Vale and Cross Keys awaits

STRANGE DAYS: Ebbw Vale head coach Jason Strange

Ebbw Vale aim to live the impossible dream

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