Phil Davies was the guest presenter at the recent Social Care Wales team building event at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff. This was a very successful day and forms a part of their transition period towards improving care and support in Wales. The core of the presentation was about leadership and
WALES, 7 Feb, 2016 – THE Welsh team in Dublin would probably have heard the cheering form Parc Eirias as RGC1404 completed their latest SSE Swalec Cup giant killing act by downing the Principality Premiership leaders Aberavon in round two.
In the only game that survived
WALES, 5 Feb, 2016 – Phil Davies says Saturday’s visit of Premiership leaders Aberavon will give his RGC side an idea of the level they need to aspire to over the coming seasons.
RGC entertain the Wizards in the second round of the Swalec Cup at Parc Eirias, having seen
WALES, 18 Dec, 2015 – WE are sticking to RGC ethos, but also finding a winning blend says coach ahead of Bargoed clash.
Phil Davies says RGC have got the right level of balance between the development of players and coaches, but also finding a winning mentality which is seeing
WALES, 09 Nov, 2015 – THE return of coach Phil Davies from World Cup duty with Namibia helped RGC put eight tries past Cardiff Met.
The veteran rugby guru, who is working as a consultant head coach with Gogs, came back to the North Wales region last week and oversaw his
EXETER, 29 Sept – Tonga picked two captains for this Pool C encounter with Namibia but by the end there was no doubt who was in charge. The Pacific Islanders’ 35-21 win at Sandy Park made up for some of the hurt they had suffered in their
PLYMOUTH, 27 Sept – Phil Davies, the head coach of Namibia, has rung the changes for Tuesday’s Pool C encounter with Tonga in Exeter and says his side have been lifted by their defiant display against the All Blacks last Thursday.
Davies makes eight amendments to the starting
Flanker Jacques Burger will lead out a starting XV with a total of 299 test caps against the world champions on Thursday.
LONDON, 22 September – Namibia head coach Phil Davies (WAL) has named his side to play New Zealand in Pool C at the Olympic stadium on Thursday.
Saracens loose-forward Jacques Burger will captain a Namibia side laced with World Cup experience for their daunting game against New Zealand in Pool C on Thursday (Friday NZ Time).
Coach Phil Davies named his 23-man squad on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) for the first ever meeting between the sides,
PHIL Davies will lead Namibia at the Rugby World Cup after head coach Danie Vermeulen’s resignation. Vermeulen departed on Wednesday, just three months before the global tournament starts, with Namibia kicking off against New Zealand on September 24.
Former Scarlets and Blues coach Davies has been working as a