2005-06 Season

P W D L Pts For
Pts Ag.
35 19 2 14 973 808 112 79 2 85

Captain : Gareth Jones

Most appearances : Luke Richards 33

Top points scorer : Luke Richards 412 (4 tries, 74 penalties, 2 drop goals, 82 conversions)

Top try scorer : Nicky Jones 17

Luke Richards achieved a club record points for a season beating his own record set the previous season (394).

Swansea RFC Squad 2004-5 Season

Back row L to R: Huw Richards (Doctor), Andy Jones (Asst. Physio), Tudor Jeremiah, Justin Jones, Michael White, Dai Watts, Gareth Swales, Paul Mackey, Lee May, Aron Bramwell, Gareth Newman, Craig Powell, Tim Evans, Andrew Clatworthy, Alun Wyn Jones, Gavin Vaughan Evans, Daniel Lloyd Jones, Stephan Edwards, Ben Lewis, Chris Shelmerdine, Ryan Llewellyn, Darren Pittard, Luke Richards, Rhys Jones, Dai Roberts, Alex Lawson ( Fitness Coach), Ian Hopkins ( Team Manager). front row L toR: Ian Evans, Roy Jones, Dean Colclough, Richie Rees, Kieth Colclough (Coach),Gareth Jones (Captain), Anthony Clement (Senior Coach), Nicky Jones, Rhodri Wells, Gareth Knox.

(Photo: Dragon Tales Rugby)



Fellow flanker Gareth Jones took over as captain from Richard Francis.

The season commenced with defeats to Neath and Ebbw Vale before 4 consecutive wins. The league double was secured over Llanelli on 30 December which started a 6 game unbeaten run before a 55 points to 39 cup defeat to Llanelli at St Helens.

Swansea ended the season in 9th position out of 17 with a record of played 32, won 17 drawn 2 and lost 13 for a total of 53 points, points for 840, points against 731 with 95 tries scored. Doubles were achieved over Cardiff and Llanelli.

Wales International prop Paul James made a solitary appearance for the club (1 other appearance in 2005/06). Future Osprey Ben Lewis made his club debut.

For the 2nd successive season Luke Richards created a club points record for a season. He beat his previous season’s best of 394 with 412, comprising 4 tries, 74 penalty goals, 2 drop goals and 82 conversions from his 33 appearances. Left wing Nicky Jones was top try scorer with 17.

There were farewells to utility forward Gavin Vaughan Evans (55 appearances), centre Paul Mackey (53 appearances) and full back Gareth Swales (64 appearances).