Mon 12 Sep 2016
Latest Ospreys News
Ospreys half back duo Cai Evans and Harri Morgan return to the Wales Under 18 line-up as Wales face France looking to make it three from three in the Under 19 International Series.
Wales U18 have named five new caps in their squad for their second International Series match against England U18 on Tuesday (13:15 BST).
A monumental defensive display by the impressive Wales Women wasn't enough as Canada, the third-ranked side in the world, claiming a 15-0 Women's Rugby World Cup victory.
Wales have made two changes to their starting line-up for their Women’s Rugby World Cup pool match against Canada on Sunday (17:00).
The Ospreys U16s East and West sides were both involved in a summer rugby festival at Ystrad Mynach against their fellow Welsh regions on Wednesday.
Ospreys second row, Mel Clay, scored one of Wales’ two tries as they began their Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 campaign with a tough, yet ultimately promising, 44-12 loss to New Zealand.
One pay-TV broadcaster and free-to-air coverage for Champions Cup and Challenge Cup from 2018/19.
Tickets for the August matches against Leicester Tigers in Bridgend and Bath at the Liberty Stadium in the Canterbury Cup are on sale now at the Ticket Office and online.
Kieron Fonotia will win his third international cap this weekend when Samoa face Tonga in Saturday's Pacific Nations Cup opener at Teufaiva Stadium in Nuku'alofa.
2016/17 season members have until this Saturday (1st July) to secure their membership for the coming season at the special discounted renewal price, starting from just £150 for adults.