• Supporting Welsh rugby

  • SWALEC Cup Final 2012/2013 

  • SWALEC are passionate about supporting Welsh Rugby

    SWALEC Finals Day 2013Here at SWALEC we're passionate about supporting Welsh rugby from the local park to the Millennium Stadium. That's why we are National Community Partner of the WRU and title sponsor of the SWALEC Cup, Plate and Bowl Competitions.
    Pontypridd won 34 - 13 over Neath in the 2013 SWALEC Cup Final, marking Ponty's fifth SWALEC Cup title. They weren't the only winners on the day with Heol y Cyw edging out Rhydyfelin 20-19 in the SWALEC Plate final, and Wattstown beat Fishguard and Goodwick 27-17 in the SWALEC Bowl final.

    SWALEC Leagues

    SWALEC Leagues South Central 5 Champions 2011/12 Bryncethin 

    The SWALEC Leagues are the lifeblood of the game in Wales with more than 300 teams battling it out across the country each season.

    The average season sees the National Leagues delivering over 6,500 fixtures, providing a competitive structure for Wales' committed amateur players.

    SWALEC works with the WRU to help showcase the League winning clubs and would like to congratulate all the players, coaches and volunteers for their hard work throughout the season.

    SWALEC Leagues logo 

    Proud to be Ryan's number one supporter

    Ryan was an obvious choice for SWALEC as brand ambassador as both brand and player shared the same values of supporting grassroots club rugby and developing the next generation of rugby stars. His performance and leadership qualities when he captained Wales to their second Grand Slam victory in three years, earned rave reviews from both the Welsh media and public.

    Following three successful years of working with Wales’ grassroots clubs, the WRU and Ryan, SWALEC announced an extension to its partnership, which is testament to the strong relationship established between the two organisations. The four year agreement sees SWALEC invest significantly to support community rugby in Wales and continue as the National Leagues and Cup Sponsor.

    Ryan has been instrumental in helping SWALEC deliver our sponsorship supporting community rugby through numerous initiatives across the country, whether it’s delivering a coaching session at Tonna RFC, visiting competition winners at the Millennium Stadium or providing coaching material to Welsh clubs, Ryan has delivered in his own personable, enthusiastic way, adding value to the experiences of rugby supporters.

    We look forward to continuing to work with Ryan in the future and everyone at SWALEC would like to congratulate Ryan on being awarded his testimonial year and thank him for helping to make rugby in Wales that little bit better!

    Proud to be Ryan's number one supporter 

    Ask Ryan

    We teamed up with WalesOnline.co.uk to bring you an hour of Q&A with our brand ambassador, and Welsh rugby international star, Ryan Jones, being grilled by the one and only Tom Shanklin.

    Catch the highlight reel here, featuring all the best bits.

     

    SWALEC Loves Wales

    Following an overwhelming response to our photo competition our rugby ambassador, Ryan Jones, has picked his three winners.

    Congratulations to winners Angharaad Rennie, Jacqui Morris and Pauline Page and we hope they enjoyed their international match VIP experience!

    The theme of the competition was to show your support for Wales. Take a look at the winning photographs below.

    Winning photograph by Angharaad Rennie
    Photo by Angharaad Rennie

    Winning photograph by Jacqui Morris
    Photo by Jacqui Morris

    Winning photograph by Pauline Page
    Photo by Pauline Page

    SWALEC invest in Welsh rugby until 2015

    Continuing as National Community Partner, we will invest into the grassroots game until 2015 to improve the rugby experience for clubs, players, fans and the communities of Wales alike.

    The partnership between SWALEC and the WRU has been a great success and our sponsorship renewal is testament to the strong relationship forged between the two organisations.

     


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