Our History


In 1975 a meeting was held to establish a rugby club in Menai Bridge and our club was founded. The original players were local rugby enthusiasts, teachers and exiles from south Wales. The club led a nomadic existence for many years. They played on various local sport's pitches and met in the town's pubs. When our former president Wil Parry Williams moved to Treborth School, we started using their playing field as our ground. A mini rugby section was started, the first in the locality. The senior team played in the Gwynedd league. During this period three players were involved with the club, who later went on to win caps for Wales and the British and Irish Lions. Arthur Emyr, Stuart Roy and the current Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde. In 1999 the club moved to its present ground at Llyn Y Felin. A Sportslot grant, coupled with the hard work of then Chairman Doug Barnes and the late Don Ombler, laid the foundation for our HQ. The current squad have enjoyed notable success in the last few years, winning Division 3 North, appearing in two finals and achieving promotion to Division 2 North in 2014