Rhewl Football Club

Senior Citizens Party 2017

Once again the Football Club together with the School organised a Xmas Party for the Senior Citizens living in the Club’s Summer League catchment area.  The excellent food was cooked by Jane Evans and Amanda Nancarrow; Bov, once again provided the musical entertainment and an enoyable evening was had by all.

Amanda and Jane hard at work – also washer-upper Gags

The criteria for an invitation to the dinner is that  invitees will have attained the National Pensionable age (and their spouse)  and  live in the Rhewl Football Club catchment area.  It is very difficult for the Football Club to know the exact age of all the residents and therefore who to invite, so we will be grateful if you qualify to contact Cath Humpoletz on 01824 704827 or 07785 785493.

Season 2018

Manager Sion ‘Bernard’ Roberts was happy with his team’s performance during the season and was particularly glad to see a improved attitude on the pitch and also socially. The latter had much to do with the return of David Carroll to the village who with Sion helped to improve the bonding between the players and the village. The club is extremely glad of the plans to start a Youth Club in the Pavilion with David in charge

AGM 2018

The 2018  Annual General Meeting was held at the Drovers Arms

The Club Officials elected at the meeting
Chairman – Gareth Williams
Vice Chairman – Ian Hession
Secretary – Cath Humpoletz
Treasurer – T Jones
Monthly Draw Officials – Ian Hession & Cath Humpoletz
Monthly Draw Treasurer- Emyr Hughes
Team Manager – Sion Hilditch Roberts

The Chair reported on a fairly successful season on the football pitch but  a very successful season financially. Mr Eryl Owen was thanked for his generosity as the main sponsor and all the other sponsors were also thanked namely
Apollo Products
Cennin Cyf
Davey Taxis
Dolben Electrics
Jones & Peckover
Steve Mellor Car Repairs
Richard Williams Building Supplies
Ruthin Motor Factors
Drovers Arms
Clwyd Thomas

Amanda Nancarrow, Cath Humpoletz, Karen Lloyd and Ian Hession were thanked for their efforts in running the Rhewl Cafe on match nights. Ian Hession and John Eryl Hughes were thanked for their work on the pitch  and Cath Humpoletz for laundering the kit also her work as Secretary..

The Club is anxious to sign new players – anyone living in catchment area of the club are allowed to play but they must contact the secretary or Team Manager in the next couple of weeks to enable them to be officially registered by the Summer League.






Rhewl F.C. Cafe

The Club would like to thank the staff of our excellent Cafe – Amanda Nancarrow, Ian Hession, Cath Humpoletz  and Karen Lloyd for having an excellent season and earning record profits.

Ground Maintenance

The Club would like to thank Ian Hession and John Eryl Hughes for the work in mowing the grass on the pitch.






The 2013 team


The Presentation evening was held at the Pavilion on August 3rd 2013 and the club would like thanks Mr  Eryl Owen for his generosity that evening.

Bob Roberts, Clubman of the year was won by Ian Hession

The Richard Thomas Jones, Penalty King competition was won by  Stephen Willsdon

The RJ Roberts, Top Scorer award was won by Stephen Willsdon

The Neil and Annette Lloyd best player award chosen by the Opposition was won by Les Brophy

The Mike Mellor, Supporters Player of the year award was won by Elis Owen

Rhewl FC Committee’s Player player of the season was won by the manager – Dion Lloyd

Jack Nelson Lewis’s  Player’s Player award was won by Les Brophy

Eryl’s Young Player of the Year went to Callum Lloyd


The 2012 Senior Citizens Xmas Party

A very successful Xmas party was held in conjunction once again with Rhewl School.    The School Cooks and the Headmistress, once again,prepared a wonderful meal which was enjoyed by all. Many thanks to everyone who helped us that evening – particularly the girls and of course to Bov for providing the entertainment once again.

The staff

Season 2012

The season has been a disappointing season for the club finishing 3rd from the bottom of the table and being knocked out of the Shield Competition in the Preliminary Round by Llandyrnog 5-6.

The annual Dinner & Dance at the Pavilion  on the Saturday 1st of September has been cancelled due to lack of support.

Details of how the season has gone so far and details of the fixtures can be obtained on the summer league website www.summerfootball.co.uk


Annual General Meeting 2012

Chairman Mr Gareth Williams reported on a very succesful 2011 Summer League season with the club finishing third in the Championship with a very young team. He also congratulated the Under-16 team for narrowly losing their 7-a-side title. He thanked everyone for their efforts particularly the retiring manager Mr Peter Lloyd, Ms Cath Humpoletz and Ms Amanda Nancarrow. He also reported on another succesful OAP Xmas Dinner and he thanked Brynhyfryd School, Llanynys Community Playing Field Association and, of course, Rhewl School for their co-operation.

The Treasurer and Vice Chairman reported on a very succesful financial year and the Club reaffirmed their obligation to help with funding the extension to the Pavilion. The Club Sponsors were also thanked they were:  Seren Ltd (main sponsor), Apollo Products, Clwyd Thomas-Agricutural Contractor, Cyfrifaduron Cennin, Davey Taxis, Dolben Electrics, Drovers Arms, G Jones(Welding), Jones & Peckover, Lee Jones – Mini Diggers, Lewis Electrics, Meirion Howatson-Plant Hire, Richard Williams Building Supplies, Rob Jones-Ruthin Motor Factors, Selwyn Howatson-Plant Hire, Steven Mellor-Ruthin Body Shop, Tillwise

The Officials appointed for the oncoming season are

Chairman – Gareth Willams, Secretary – Cath Humpoletz, Treasurer – T Jones, Vice Chairman – Ian Hession, 100 Club Administrator – Emyr Hughes, Manager – Anthony  Marshall, Deputy Manager – Mark Lloyd, Catering Executive – Amanda Nancarrow


The 2011 team

Senior Citizens Xmas Party, 2011

The club held another successful Xmas Part at Rhewl School on Thursday 15th December. The School Cooks and the Headmistress, once again,prepared a wonderful meal which was enjoyed by all.

The Club  are proud of their record of holding these events since the early seventies.

Club Presentation night

A well attended Club presentation evening was  held at the Drovers Arms last month to celbrate a very succesful season for the team. Chairman Gareth Williams presided over the proceedings and the following awards were presented

Players Player – Geoff Hinchcliffe; Committee’s player – Anthony Marshall;                  Supporters Player- Les Brophy; Young Player-Stephen Willsdon; leading goal scorer – Ian Williams  and the Neil Lloyd award voted by the Opposition team was awarded  to Bryn Jones

Stephen, Les and Bryn with their trophies


Geoff’s presentation



Summer League Junior 7-a-side competition

The Clubs Junior side had a very successful afternoon on Saturday 2nd of July on their home ground and they narrowly lost to their neighbours – Llangynhafal by the single goal scored by Tirion Roberts. The goal was an absoute screamer and out of context with the rest of the game  which Rhewl dominated throughout without looking as if they would score.

The Rhewl team has for the last 5 years reached the final of the competition and 3 of these they have won.

It was a lovely afternoon with a large crowd enjoying the football. The Rhewl Club laid on refreshments and thanks to Amanda, Cath, Gail, Gags and Hesh for all their excellent work.

Come and enjoy Amanda and Cath’s bacon butties at the Pavilion Cafe during  matches.

The Season so far

The Club have had a tremendous season so far finishing a excellent  3rd place  in the final league placings; this compares with being 3rd from bottom last year. The acquisition of Anthony Marshall now living in Llanynys has really helped the club and with experienced Geoff Hinchcliffe supporting the youngsters in defence – the club has really improved a tremendous amount. Manager Peter Lloyd must be extremely happy with the final League placing as his  choice was often restricted due to some of his young players  commitments to their School and Winter club fixtures and also School exam; this however gave opportunities to other players particularly the golden oldies.

2011 Fixtures

Thursday June 30th 7:30pm Ysceifiog(away) (3-4) Scorers Ian Williams(2), Anthony Marshall, Hari Owen

Monday June 27th 7:30pm Llandyrnog(home) (4-0) Scorers Geoff Hinchcliffe(2), Steven Willsdon, Anthony Marshall

Thursday June 23rd 7:30pm Nantglyn(home) (1-1) Scorers Steven Willsdon

Monday June 20th 7:30pm Llanrhaeadr(away) (1-1) Scorers

Thursday June 16th 7:30pm Cefn(home)(3-3) Scorers

Monday June 13th 7:30pm Caerwys(away) (3-3) Scorers Steven Willsdon(2), Phil Roberts

Thursday June 9th 7:30pm Henllan(home)(4-3) Scorers Lewis Isaac, Phil Roberts, Rob Thomas, Steven Willsdon

Thursday June 2nd 7:30pm Clawddnewydd(home)(10-1) Scorers Martin Jones(3), Rob Thomas(2), Ian Williams(20, Steve Willsdon, Geoff Hinchcliffe, Dion Lloyd

Tuesday 31st May 7:30pm  Llanfairl(home)(3-0) Scorers Lewis Issacc, Anthony Marshall, Hari Owen

Thursday 26th May 7:30pm Llangynhafal(away)(4-2) Scorers Ian Williams, Dan McClean

Monday 23rd May 7:30pm Ysceifiog (home)(3-3) Scorers Rob Thomas, Martin Jones,Anthony Marshall

Thursday 19th May 7:30pm Llandyrnog (away)(2-1) Scorer Geoff Hinchcliffe

Monday 16th May 7:30pm Nantglyn (away) (3-3) Scorers Anthony Marshall, Ian Williams, Rob Thomas

Thursday 12th May 7:00pm  Llanrhaeadr – cancelled

Monday 9th May 7:00pm Cefn away lost 3-4 Scorers Martin Jones(2) Hari Owen

Thursday 5th May 7:00pm Caerwys home won (3-2) Scorers Rob Thomas(2), Endaf Jones

Tuesday 3rd May 7:00pm Henllan away 1-1 Scorer Anthony Marshall

Tuesday 26th April 6:45pm Clawddnewydd away( won 6-2) Scorers Ian Williams(5) Dan McClean

Thursday 21st April Llanfair away (1-1) Scorer Hari Owen

Monday 18th April Llangynhafal home (2-1) Scorers Hari Owen, Ian Williams

Welsh Secondary Schools Under-18 Final  2011

Brynhyfryd School reached the final which was played at the TNS stadium, Oswestry on Saturday 14th. Their opponents were Whitchurch High Cardiff and unfortunately they lost 2-1. However the general opinion after that match was that they were very unlucky to lose. Playing for the team were Lewis Issac – Tai, Newydd Llanynys, Iolo Hughes Bro Clywedog, Josh Davies grandson of Gareth and Hazel Roberts, Hendrerwydd and Ifan Hafal grandson of Gwynedd and Megan Jones, Ruthin