Neath Rugby Supporters Club Hall of Fame

1984 TeamNeath Rugby Supporters Club are today proud to launch our Hall of Fame.  The Hall of Fame will recognise and honour individuals synonymous with Neath RFC  – the legendary figures who have shown exceptional commitment and contribution to the club.

Starting this year, Neath Rugby Supporters Club will induct three new members into the Hall of Fame.  The inductees could be players, coaches, administrators or any individual from any era who has shown a remarkable loyalty and commitment to Wales’ oldest rugby club.

So who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame?  Well, that is where you come in.

Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be asking supporters to nominate any individual who you feel will be worthy of inclusion in the Hall of Fame.  They can be a player, a coach, an administrator or volunteer.  Basically, any person who has made a significant contribution to the Neath RFC.

We’ll then form a small panel of Neath Rugby Supporters Club members, who will whittle all the nominations down to a final three.  These three will then be inducted into the Hall of Fame at a special celebration evening at the end of the season.

There’ll be no shortage of candidates spread across the decades.  The likes of Rees Stephens, Courtney Meredith, Dai Morris Brian Thomas, Brian Williams, Gareth Llewellyn or maybe Adam Jones are all likely to feature in people’s thinking, but anyone who has made an outstanding contribution to Neath RFC can be nominated.

How to nominate
You can make your nomination in a number of ways:
On this website – Leave a comment under this article
On twitter – Tweet us @neathsupporters using #allblacklegends
On Facebook – Visit us on Facebook and leave a comment on the Hall of Fame thread
On the forum – Visit the forum and leave a comment on the Hall of Fame thread
E-mail – Send your nomination to info@neathrugbysupporters.com
In person – Visit our table in the clubhouse on match days and fill in the nomination form.

You can nominate as many individuals as you like and closing date for nominations is Monday 24 March

Shortlisting
Once all the nominations are in, we’ll ask four or five Neath Rugby Supporters Club members to get together to discuss the nominations and whittle them down to the final three.  These three will then become the first members of the Hall of Fame.

If you’d like to help in whittling down the nominees then please e-mail us on info@neathrugbysupporters.com .  We’ll be doing this on Saturday 29 March, after our final home match of the season against Cross Keys.

Hall of Fame Evening
The final three individuals will be officially inducted into Neath Rugby Supporters Club’s Hall of Fame at a special celebration evening at the end of the season.  The evening will also incorporate the supporters club’s Player of the Year awards.  It is envisaged that the evening will take place in May (exact date to be confirmed)

So get nominating now to honour your heroes.

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6 Responses to Neath Rugby Supporters Club Hall of Fame

  1. Gavin Griffiths says:

    Brian williams has got to be my choice ,he was the man that started the fast prop fad that gethin jenkins and others has adopted

  2. Daf says:

    Seeing as I forgot to add the hashtag on my tweet, here’s my initial thoughts: Brian Williams, Brian Thomas, Arthur Bowden, Gareth Llewellyn, Allan Bateman, Mike Price, Stuart Evans, Jonathan Davies.

  3. maconsultancy says:

    Reblogged this on Welsh Sports News.

  4. paul howells says:

    Dai Morris, Brian Williams, Dave Tiueti

  5. Stuart James says:

    Mr David (Dai) Morris
    Brian Thomas
    Brian Williams

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