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The Welsh name for Abergele Rugby Club, also known as the Green Army because of their green and white home kit. In recent years Abergele has seen its sides grow stronger and stronger, its 1st XV have been promoted season after season and are currently the newly formed Division 4 North Champions.

They are occasionally known as the swordsmen, taken from the emblem they use on their shirts. The sword was chosen from the name Abergele which translates as ‘mouth of the river shaped like a sword’ This is believed to be the name given by the first settlers who thought that the river looked like the blade of a sword from the hills above the town.

They are famous for playing chapagne rugby and are both feared and respected across the land!
''A perfect throw in at the line out by Evans... Claimed by Roberts... to Benton... a jinking run then a perfect inside pass to Cato.... look at that man smash through the line on another bullocking run! Ruck formed... Mortimer doing the hard work... and it's spread wide! Davies to Taylor smashing in through the middle... the offload to Pritchard! He leaves his opposite number for dead and crosses for the score! Champagne rugby once again!!
What an amazing try! And this is from Clwb rygbi Abergele's second team!! Wouldn't fancy playing their firsts!!''
by sionbach February 20, 2010
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