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Scorpions to face Newcastle club in 2015

By Chris O'Brien
January 20 2015

Championship one rivals Gateshead Thunder are changing their name to Newcastle, and seeking a venue switch to the neighbouring city.... More >

The new season is approaching.

The South Wales Scorpions season starts on St David's Day weekend with a trip to Rochdale in the League One Cup. Before the season starts in earnest there is a high profile local f... More >

New RL show set for airwaves as club announce GTFM link-up

GTFM is to become the official radio station of the South Wales Scorpions for 2015, with a new rugby league show set for broadcast on the airwaves later in the year. ... More >

Happy New Year and club shop news!

Best wishes to all fellow Rugby League supporters for 2015. The South Wales Scorpions will be playing as we all know at Mountain Ash for the majority of their games in the coming s... More >

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Seasonal greetings to Rugby League followers across the globe. Best wishes for a happy and peaceful Christmas in 2014 and a prosperous and successful 2015. The new year brings anot... More >


The draw for the League One Cup takes place on Friday 5th December and the voting for the new strips (home and away) is ongoing. So we should soon know the line up of games for the... More >

Cup matches will commence the 2015 season.

The League season in 2015 will be preceeded by Cup Fixtures for the South Wales Scorpions, with matches in both the Challenge Cup and the League 1 Cup taking place in the early wee... More >

The league fixtures for 2015.

The 2015 fixtures were announced recently and South Wales Scorpions will open their league campaign in Kingstone Press League One at Gloucester All Golds on 3rd April. Our first ho... More >

Two points for a win and no bonus points for 2015

From 2015, the First Utility Super League, Kingstone Press Championship and Kingstone Press League 1 clubs will be awarded two points for a win and one point for a draw, with no po... More >

Mountain Ash new home for the South Wales Scorpions

South Wales Scorpions will be based at a new home next season. They will play the majority of home matches at Mountain Ash RFC's ground with three games "on the road" at Llanelli, ... More >

South Wales RL Poll

After completing the London Skolars double, can South Wales Scorpions win a third game this season?

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