His efforts make the club what it is today. From raising money, applying for grants and sponsorship for the day-to-day running of the club, purchasing a team mini bus, the refurbishment of the clubhouse and an extension to the building.
He also organises the annual dinners, maintains the grounds, drives the team mini bus, works behind the bar and does most other tasks associated with running the rugby club.
He led the organisation of the annual Aberaeron Festival of Rugby 7's in August.
He is the pillar of the community and has given 33 years of his own time, effort and endless unpaid work to the wonderful game that he loves so much.
He believes wholeheartedly in volunteering and working hard for grass roots rugby and for bringing the community together - in his own words, 'this is where it all begins'.
Sport Wales, along with its partners, has committed to doubling the number of coaches and volunteers in Wales, from around 110,000 to around 250,000 by 2016 - around 10% of the population.
"The winners are the perfect role models for what we want to achieve in Wales. Every one of them should be rightly proud of their achievements," said chair of Sport Wales, Professor Laura McAllister.
"More than ever, there is agreement and appreciation that coaches and volunteers are the lifeblood of sport. Without the fantastic work of the thousands already making a difference in communities, from grassroots to elite level, we wouldn't have opportunities to take part in sport in Wales, and to excel."
Male Coach of the Year, Stuart Williams - Rugby League - RCT
Female Coach of the Year, Catherine Hares - Netball - Blaenau Gwent
Community Coach of the Year, Anthony Palmer - Various Sports - Caerphilly
Volunteer of the Year, David Glyndwr Evans - Rugby Union - Ceredigion
Coach of the Year to Disabled Sportspeople (Overall Winner), Peter Pearse - Boccia - Cardiff (lives Hertfordshire)
Young Coach/Leader of the Year, Rebecca Daniels - Hockey - Carmarthenshire
Coach Educator of the Year, Roger Middleton - Hockey - Ceredigion
Elite Coach of the Year, Bud McAllister - Swimming - Swansea
Special Award: Coaching Special Recognition, Damien Jennings - Basketball - Cardiff
Lifetime Achievement Award, Betty Gray - Table Tennis - Swansea