Fri 9 Sep 2016
Latest Ospreys News
After the disappointment of a second Guinness PRO12 semi-final defeat in three seasons at Thomond Park, Alun Wyn Jones said it’s time for the Ospreys to “stop learning and get on with it”.
Steve Tandy was left ruing missed opportunities and a match turning “moment of brilliance” that condemned the Ospreys to semi-final defeat on Saturday.
Key changes to the qualification format for the Champions Cup will be introduced by EPCR next season, creating a more streamlined pathway to participation in Europe's top flight.
Wales Head Coach, Robin McBryde, has named seven Ospreys in his summer tour squad with 21-year old lock, Adam Beard, gaining in his first-ever senior international call-up.
Looking for their first win as a combined squad to end their season, the Ospreys U16s took on the Scarlets combined at Parc Y Scarlets on Saturday.
After falling short of a win against the Dragons in their last game, the Ospreys U16s looked for their first win as a combined squad where they took on the combined Blues U16s at St Helens on Tuesday.
The Ospreys U18s face Newport Gwent Dragons at Llandarcy Academy of Sport on Wednesday afternoon.
After a last minute try from the Dragons spelt defeat for the Eyasses on Friday, the Combined Ospreys U16s now welcome the Combined Blues to St Helens on Tuesday 18th April, 7.15pm KO.
The U18s and U16s were both in action on Good Friday – here’s all the details of how they fared against the Blues and the Dragons.
The Young Ospreys are in action at Ystrad Mynach on Friday, with the U18s facing the Blues and a combined U16 team up against their Dragons counterparts.