Under 16s team announcements

Ospreys East and West go head to head at Ysgol Bae Baglan on Wednesday night (8pm) and here's the team news ahead of the game.

As the end of the second block of the season draws to a close, the Ospreys East and West will face off against each other at Ysgol Bae Baglan on Wednesday 1st March, K.O 8pm

Ospreys West U16s

15. Cameron Clayfield

14. Ollie Winchester

13. Sam Court

12. Iestyn Morgan

11. Ben Griffin

10. Declan Thomas

9. Dan Hiscoks

1. Tamin Morgan

2. Jaxon James

3. Dyfan Caredig

4. Elliot Briskham

5. James Fender

6. Rhydian Lerwell

7. Dillon Caulfield

8. Steffan Cox


16. Jamie Fairbarn

17. Jamie Willis

18. Rhys Boulton

19. Matthew Wheel

20. Jay Ashby

21. Liam Seaward

22. Alex Thomas

23. Luke Butler

Speaking ahead of the game, head coach David Jones said: 

"We are coming into the game off two wins and much improved performances so the mood in training has been very positive. The coaching group feel we were able to pick our strongest available 23 for the first time this season. 

“This is a very important game for the players individually as they are all looking to progress to the combined Ospreys regional U16s and it's no different for the players from the Ospreys East. These end of season inter regional games are usually very tight and often of a very high standard as the players are now much more experienced at this level. I'm sure both squads are looking forward to it"

Ospreys East U16s

15. Cory Taylor

14. Josh Sands

13. Bradley Roderick

12. Daniel O’Sullivan

11. Tom Bending

10. Sam Costelow ©

9. Iwan Jones

1. Scott Ryall

2. Jae Key

3. Tom Sly

4. Rhys Thomas

5. Adam Thomas

6. Travis Huntly

7. Daniel Osaragie

8. Morgan Strong


16. Morgan Hibbard 

17. Teo Fillis

18. Scott Mahoney

19. Garin Standing

20. Kasari Mehta

21. Jordan Evans

22. Jack Evans

23. Jack Keenan

Speaking ahead of the game, head coach Colin Beaton said: 

“The players are looking forward to the game v the West as this is their last chance to put their name forward for the combined side.  We know the West will also be looking to get as many players as possible in the combined side so the game will be hotly contested.

“We were a bit disappointed after the defeat to the Blues North last Sunday, after speaking to the players they are all keen to move forward and finish on a high.  The players have identified certain areas where we need to improve, which as a coach is great it shows a maturity and how much the group have developed as a team.”