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Division 2 Cup Final

The information below is taken from the WRU Website and shows the games you can watch on Saturday at the Principality Stadium, as well as some info on both us and Porthcawl. Please note our kick off is 5.45pm.




Saturday 6 April – 5.45pm

Division 2 Cup Final – 5.45pm Porthcawl v Llanharan

Division 3 Cup Final – 3.30pm Blaina v Cardiff Quins

Division 4 Cup Final – 1.15pm Tonna v Newport Saracens

Division 5 Cup Final – 11.00am Dinas Powys v Seven Sisters



The final game on Saturday 6 April will be the Division 2 Cup final between Porthcawl and Llanharan. Porthcawl is the club that helped in the development of current Wales captain Dafydd Jenkins.

They will be seeking to match their win at Principality Stadium in 2018 when they snatched victory with the last kick of the game in a stunning 33-31 win over Pembroke in the National Bowl final. The hero on that occasion was outside half Josh White, and he is hitting the target six years on.

They were big winners, 74-17, at Pencoed last weekend to ensure they remain in the picture for promotion from Division 2 West Central. Meanwhile, Llanharan triumphed 21-16 at home against Cowbridge to maintain their 100% league record this season.

Llanharan beat local rivals Bryncethin 32-24 to win the National Bowl final at the home of Welsh rugby in 2022 and are eyeing up a league and cup double two years on. With five games to play they lead Llanishen by 12 points in the race for the Division 2 East Central title.




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