Age-Grade team announcements

Ospreys East U16s and Ospreys U18s are both in action on Wednesday night in the WRU Regional Age-Grade Championship.

Ospreys East kick off their season on Wednesday 30th August when they host the Scarlets U16s East at the Morganstone Brewery Field, Bridgend, K.O 7pm.


Ospreys U16s East

15. Rio Davies

14. Cameron Maisey

13. Joseph Watts

12. Logan Phillips

11. Rhys Hyde

10. Lloyd Freeman

9. Nathan Evans


1.Morgan Creaber

2. Oliver Burrows

3. Kieran Stevens

4. Cieran Commerford

5. Trystan Davies

6. Kyan Lloyd

7. Mason Hughes

8. Morgan Hibbard ©



16. Dylan Rogers

17. Tom Crockett

18. Ben Owen

19. Morgan Bennett

20. Ben Jones

21. Morgan WIlliams

22. Alix Davies

23. Alex Powys


Speaking ahead of the game, head coach Paul Watkin said:

“Both players and coaches are excited and looking forward to tomorrow's game against Scarlets East at the Brewery Field.

“The boys will be in a confident mood off the back of a big win against RGC last week. Our squad of young players have worked extremely hard throughout the summer pre-season in both training and games. We played some great rugby during the rugby festivals which the boys learned a great deal from to take forward into the season. They are improving every game and session.” 

Elsewhere, after an outstanding win against the Blues South on Sunday, the Ospreys U18s face the Blues North at the Gnoll, also with a 7pm K.O on Wednesday


Ospreys U18s

15. Josh Thomas

14. Frankie Jones

13. Bradley Roderick

12. Tiaan Thomas Wheeler

11. Ben Cambriani

10. Luke Scully ©

9. Iwan Temlett


1.Morgan Griffiths

2. Garin Lloyd

3. Tom Sly

4. Tom Davies

5. Ioan Jones

6. Travis Huntly

7. Joe Grabham

8. Morgan Strong



16. Cameron Lewis

17. Chris Crumpton

18. Dyfan Ceredig

19. Garin Standing

20. Will Barraclough

21. Liam Seaward

22. Daniel O’Sulivan

23. Caine Woolerton


Speaking ahead of the game, head coach of the U18’s Kevin James said: 

“It’s been an interesting start to the RAG campaign. We learned some harsh lessons during our two friendlies against Northampton and Exeter, which we worked on going into our game against the Blues South at the Arms Park on the weekend where the boys played superb.

“No doubt the Blues North will be a tough challenge and also one of a little uncertainty as this year the Blues U18s have split into two teams. We as always will be respectful of the opposition but the message will be simple heading into the game; Focus on us and in particular the little things, whilst also having the confidence to enjoy and play rugby! Hopefully we will have another good game of rugby.”