Mold RFC

Mold RFC
Mold RFC
Full name Mold Rugby Football Club - Clwb Rygbi Yr Wyddgrug
Founded 1935
Location Mold, Wales
Ground(s) Chester Road
Chairman Teresa Johnson
Coach(es) Trevor Hugh (1st team)
League(s) WRU Division One North
2010-11 4th[1]
Team kit
Official website

Mold Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team from the town of Mold, North Wales. They presently play in the Welsh Rugby Union Division One North League.

Mold Rugby Club is a member’s run club. They are based at their Chester Road Ground, within 1/4 mile of Mold town centre.

There are currently over 500 playing and non-playing members varying in all ages from aspiring internationals aged as young as 6, through to life members now enjoying the social and supporting side of the club.

The club consists of a varied background of individuals, from school children and university students, through to business owners and volunteers.

Mold RFC have both Mini and Junior sections which run teams from under 7's through to under 16's. There is also a very successful intermediate Youth team and four senior teams consisting of Veterans, 3rd's, 2nd's and 1st team.

The club has a history of both successful teams and individuals, and have provided players at youth level, a number of whom are now involved at North Wales Academy, Scarlet's/Osprey’s region and national representative levels. Players such as James King and Haydn Pugh at the Ospreys and Rob McCusker at the Scarlets. Rhys and Gavin Williams are also with Warrington Wolves Rugby League club playing in Super League.

As well as producing players the club has also helped develop coaches the most successful of which being former club chairman Dennley Issac with Wales Youth.

There is substantial Junior and Mini representation at N E Wales Schools and Gogledd Cymru at all age group levels (U12 upwards).

Club honours

  • 2005-06 WRU Division Four North - Champions
  • 2006-07 WRU Division Four North - Champions Undefeated
  • 2006-07 North Wales Cup winners

Club history

Past Players

Robin McBryde - Wales/British and Irish Lions

Rob McCusker - Wales

Rhys Williams - Wales Rugby League

Past Club Chairpersons

1974 - 1977 R M Taylor

1977 - 1980 A Evans

1980 - 1981 J Ambrose

1981 - 1988 C S Mapp

1988–1993 R F Jones

1993 - 1997 D George-Jones

1997 - 1998 J Hirrell

1998 - 2002 M Lukey

2002 - 2005 G Flint

2005 - 2009 D Isaac

2009–Present T Johnson

Past Club Presidents

1974 - 1978 D V Leadbeater

1978 - 1993 H A Anderson

1993 - 2000 R F Jones

2000 - 2005 M Farmer Q.C.

2005 - 2009 J Jeffrey

2009–present G Williams


Q R H Dodd

A Evans

B Jones

R F Jones

A Lowndes

G Lynch

R McBryde

E Rothwell

R Stevens


1994 B Wynne

1995 J Jeffrey

1996 Parry

1996 V White

1996 G Bellis

1996 R Buckler

1997 T Fuller

1997 M Lukey

1998 R J Lamb

1998 H Anderson

1998 W Jones

2000 J Hughes

2009 C Hughes

2010 E Kirby

Past Club Captains

1974 - 1975 C Davies

1975 - 1976 L L Evans

1976 - 1978 C Mapp

1978–1980 J Barker

1980 - 1981 P Roach

1981 - 1983 D Morgan

1983 - 1984 D George-Jones

1984 - 1985 M Morris

1985 - 1986 K Catherall

1986 - 1988 J Goggin

1988 - 1989 M Ferguson

1989 - 1990 M Davies

1990 - 1991 P Higginson

1991 - 1993 W Jones

1993 - 1995 H Mitchell

1995 - 1996 R Lloyd

1996 - 1997 M Davies

1997 - 1998 H Mitchell

1998 - 2001 E Whitley

2001 - 2003 A Roberts

2003 - 2004 J Griffiths

2004 - 2005 J Studley

2005 - 2007 S Henshaw

2007 - 2010 J Shirley

2010–Present R Whalley

Representative Honours

1981 Wales Districts Brynley Wynne

1989 Wales Schools Clarke Goodwin

1990 Wales Youth Clarke Goodwin

1991 Wales Under 21 Robin McBryde

1993 Wales A Robin McBryde

1993 Wales Schools Luke Skeffington

1994 Wales Robin McBryde

1994 Wales U20 Colin Ellis

1995 Wales U20 Mark Shields

1997 Combined Services U20 Mark Shields

1997 Combined Services U20 Mike Roberts

1998 Royal Navy U21 Mike Roberts

1998 Army U21 Christian Badham

1998 Combined Services U21 Christian Badham

1999 Army U21 Mark Shields

2001 International Barbarians Richard Scott

2001 British & Irish Lions Robin McBryde

2006 Wales U18 Hadyn Pugh

2006 Wales U21 Rob McCusker

2006 Wales Colleges Ryan Forshaw

2007 Wales 7's Rob McCusker

2007 Wales U19 Hadyn Pugh

2008 Wales U18 James King

2008 Wales Rugby League Rhys Williams

2009 Wales U20 James King

2009 Wales Rugby League U18 Joe Sprotson

2010 Wales Rob McCusker

2011 Wales Presidents XV U18 Alex Schwarz

2011 Wales U16 Luke Williams

2011 Wales U16 Rhys Williams

2011 Wales U18 Alex Schwarz

2011 Wales Rugby League Students Joe Sprotson


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