15 February 2024 / Club News

Helping injured players

As a club we would like to take the opportunity to thank two fantastic charities who contribute so much to helping injured sports men and women - the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust and the Voyagers.

Unfortunately, we have had cause to enlist the help of both charities over the years and have done so again over recent months following a serious injury to one of our Piod Pinc players. We'd like to raise awareness of both these wonderful causes and ask all to consider donating.


The Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust was established in 1972 by former President of the Welsh Rugby Union Sir Tasker Watkins VC to help players who have been severely injured while playing rugby.

In the years since it was created, hundreds of male and female players - from grassroots rugby to the elite game - have been supported by the Trust, which is currently chaired by our own Rupert Moon. Some receive help on a short-term basis where fortunately they have gone on to make good recoveries. But sadly, many have suffered life-changing injuries which have had a devastating impact not only on their lives but on their families.

Further information on the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust can be found on their website:

To make a donation please visit their Just Giving page:


The Voyagers are a charitable society providing assistance, financial and otherwise, to injured amateur sportsmen and sportswomen.

Formed by a group of London Welsh rugby supporters in 1954, the Voyagers has gone on to support numerous injured amateur sports people over the years. The charity organise a number of fundraising dinners and events as well as running the famous Voyagers invitational 7's team. To support their work the Voyagers require membership and donations.

Further information on the Voyagers can be found on their website:

To become a member, at only £15 per year visit:

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