Bonymaen

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  • The below lists players who have played for Bonymaen and have also played rugby at an international level.
  • All of the team are members of the Bonymaen RFC Union team who play in division 1 West.
  • All home games are played at Bonymaen RFC.
  • The Bonymaen Ward is a two-member ward for the purposes of City and County of Swansea Council elections.
  • He had to wait nearly six months, however, to score his first try for the club, eventually crossing in a WRU Challenge Cup match against Bonymaen RFC.
  • Bon-y-maen, sometimes spelt Bonymaen, is a community in Swansea, Wales located about north east of Swansea city centre.
  • Bonymaen returns 2 councillors to the local council.
  • The took on Bonymaen Broncos in the grand final, but were beaten 46-28.
  • In 2012 they were included in the newley formed Swalec Championship, where they narrowly lost their opening game 28-29 to Bonymaen.
  • Bonymaen Rugby Football Club are a Welsh rugby union club based in the village of Bon-y-maen, Swansea, South Wales.
  • Dudley Hill's 2013 Challenge Cup campaign started with a bye as the Bonymaen Broncos had to pull out due to player shortages.
  • Bonymaen RFC won the Division One West League, but were denied promotion to the Premier League as their grounds were deemed to not meet WRU criteria.
  • Bon-y-maen (or Bonymaen) is the name of an electoral ward, a community and a village in the City and County of Swansea, Wales, UK.
  • Season 2010-11 saw the club lift the Division One West crown with 4 games to spare after beating title rivals Bonymaen RFC 25-19.
  • The 'rich' West Wales Cup results of recent seasons continued with wins at Ammanford 45-15 and an impressive 19-10 beating of Division two Bonymaen.
  • In the 2006-07 season, Bonymaen RFC won the Division One West League, but were denied promotion to the Premier League as their grounds were deemed to not meet WRU criteria.
  • The ward is bounded by Neath Port Talbot to the east; Swansea Bay to the south; Bonymaen to the north; and Castle and Landore to the east.
  • For the purposes of elections Bonymaen is divided into several polling districts: Winch Wen, Pentre Dwr, Hanover Square and Pentrechwyth.
  • Landore is bounded by the wards of Castle to the south west; Cwmbwrla to the west; Mynydd-Bach to the north west; Morriston to the north; Bonymaen to the east; and St. Thomas to the south east.
  • In May 2006 Bonymaen RFC were one of the 13 'Rebel' clubs who brought a vote of no confidence against the Welsh Rugby Union, which centered on financing and the handling of former coach Mike Ruddock's departure.
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