A new generation of Pontypridd stalwarts - 10 players who have accumulated 100 appearances and more for the club over recent seasons - were honoured in style at Sardis Road on Saturday evening.
The event, held in the Grandstand Lounge, proved to be a sell-out success, with supporters, officials, players and their families joining in the celebrations.
An impressive brochure was produced to commemorate the occasion, paying tribute to the "Ponty Centurions" - Chris Clayton, Geraint Lewis, Stuart Williams, Chris Dicomidis, Chris Martenko, Leighton Davies, Grant Harrington, Ryan Harford, Wayne O'Connor and Nathan Strong.
MC for the night was Mr Cenydd Thomas, with special guests, club icons Russell Robbins and Bob Penberthy presenting the ten players with their caps. A hot buffet meal, and top class entertainment from vocalist Jason Williams rounded off the evening.
Event organiser Theresa Davies was delighted with the outcome, and expressed her thanks to all who lent a helping hand, and to the sponsors and supporters who turned out in force to make the "One Hundred Cap Dinner" such a resounding success.
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