THE future of Builth Wells Rugby Club looks bright following a successful season.

While the senior side fell just short in the race for promotion from Swalec Division Two West Central its youth side consolidated in the Blues Youth Premiership.

Builth ended the season with 15-0 victory over promoted Nantyffyllon which sealed third place.

It was a special day at the Groe with the club joining the community effort to turn the town pink in aid of Cancer Research.

Coach Simon John said: “With nine youth players involved and playing for the first team this season.the future looks good for club as we prepare for next season’s promotion push.

“The club is strong in the league but also strong in the community. The players wore pink socks for the final game and as a club we are keen to support community initiatives.”

Meanwhile Garry Mason’s under 12s side enjoyed a season to remember, starting with victories at both the Llanidloes Junior Tournament and Gwernyfed Tournament.

The side reached the semi-finals of the Blues Cup only to fall to a 22-15 defeat to Cardiff Quins in Merthyr Tydfil before ending the campaign with glory at the Abergavenny Tournament last week.

The side is supported by GE Evans Timber Harvesting which sponsored their rugby tops and Garry Mason Carpenter & Builder which sponsored their shorts.

Builth Wells will look to end the season with silverware with the Cambrian Training Mid Wales Shield Final against Welshpool in Llanidloes later this month.