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Laugharne RFC Full name Laugharne Rugby Football Club Nickname(s) Laugharnees Founded 1893 Location Laugharne, Wales Ground(s) Wooford Park (Capacity: 1000) President Brian Jenkins Coach(es) Steven Pearce League(s) WRU Division Three West 2009-10 5th[1] Team kit Official website Laugharne Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team from the village of Laugharne, West Wales. They presently play in the Welsh Rugby Union Division Three West League. Contents 1 History 2 Club badge 3 External links 4 References History The earliest recorded evidence of a rugby team in Laugharne comes from a team photo taken in 1893, though it could be argued that the game was played as early as a decade before, though no proof survives. The early years saw rugby in Laugharne being played on a non-affiliated basis, with most matches being friendlies, though in the 1930s the club entered a league in Pembrokeshire.[2] In the 1970/71 season Laugharne RFC finally joined the West Wales Rugby Union and started playing competitive games. Club badge The team badge consists of a shield divided into quarters. Cockle shells, a castle, a Celtic cross and a coat of arms tell of Laugharne’s links with the sea, its seashore castle and the old feudal and township system.[3] External links Laugharne RFC Official club site. References ^ WRU Official website ^ Laugharne Rugby Football Club Centenary 1883-1993, George Tremlett. ^ clubHouse website Sourced 24th Aug 2007 v · d · eWRU Division Three West 2007-08 Aberystwyth • Amman United • Ammanford • Cardigan • Cwmgors • Haverfordwest • Lampeter • Laugharne • Llanelli Wanderers • Llanybydder • Newcastle Emlyn • Pembroke Dock Quins v · d · eRugby union in Wales Governing body Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) National teams Wales · A · 7's · U-20 · U-18 · Schoolboys · Women's · British and Irish Lions National team competitions Wales at the Rugby World Cup · Six Nations Championship · Prince William Cup · James Bevan Trophy · Women's Six Nations Championship Regional and club teams Cardiff Blues · Newport Gwent Dragons · Ospreys · Scarlets · Welsh rugby union teams · RGC 1404 Regional and club competitions Heineken Cup · European Challenge Cup · Magners League · LV= Cup · Welsh Premier Division · British and Irish Cup · Welsh Cup · WRU National Leagues · Glamorgan County Silver Ball Trophy · Mid District Cup Previous competitions Snelling Sevens (Welsh seven-a-side tournament) · Celtic Cup Related articles Welsh rugby union system · Wales rugby union captains · Welsh rugby union players · Millennium Stadium · National Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park · London Welsh RFC  · Wales international players This Welsh rugby union team article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e