Ospreys U16s Team Announcements

The Ospreys U16s are back in action this week.

The U16s East look to bounce back from a hard fought defeat against Scarlets West last weekend when they host Cardiff North at Maesteg RFC with the action kicking off at 7:15pm.

The U16s West will look to build on their 45-7 away win in the opening round last week when they travel back to Ystrad Mynach to face Dragons Amber, K.O 7:15pm.

Here's how they line-up. 

Ospreys U16s East

15. Ioan Molumby

14. Sam Daunter

13. Mackenzie Williams

12. Tomas Martin

11. Jack Hacker

10. Iwan Powell

9. Kallum Llewelyn


1. Cameron Bushell

2. Kallum Power ©

3. John Thomas

4. Maximum Flanagan

5. Alfie Thomas

6. Hakeem Mumine

7. Oliver Edwards

8. Thomas Edwards


16. Gruff Roberts

17. Jacob Malka

18. Kian Tolentino

19. Steffan Jenkins

20. Thomas Drysdale

21. Jessie Richards

22. Shay Sheppard

23. Finley Jones


Ospreys U16s West

15. Tyler Davies

14. Levi Perry

13. Jack Hoskins ©

12. Lewis Edwards

11. Noah Mason

10. Emrys Jones

9. Nick Fisk Jones


1. Callum Boland

2. Reuben Hall

3. Dewi Brown

4. Evan Davies

5. Arun Templeton

6. Evan Webber

7. Zac Bevan

8. Louis Daniels


16. Llion Jones

17. Logan Heaven-Hearn

18 Harvey Marshall

19. Miles Nelson

20. Jack Colwill

21. Caelan Carson Jones

22. George Davies

23. Evan Morris


U16s West Head Coach, Nick White said: “After reflecting on last week’s performance, we were pretty pleased. We managed to score a variation of tries in different ways; Putting pressure on the Dragons, sticking to the game plan and having a little bit of flair.

“However, we recognised that we couldn’t really get our lineout going to the level that we wanted and needed to tighten up our exits. Having said that, we’ve only had five weeks preparation before we played the Dragons black and there was a lot of learning for the boys to take on in a short space of time – So credit to them for executing so much of the plan in their first outing in an Ospreys jersey.

“We’re looking forward to Wednesday night and another trip up to Ystrad Mynach. It’s always a tough place to go and the Dragons are always very good up front – We’re expecting more of the same from them in that sense. However, we’ve challenged ourselves over the two sessions we’ve had since the last game on the areas we needed to improve on and we’re expecting a more all rounded game this week.”