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“The Saints”

TATA Rugby Football Club (formerly Corus ) are a Welsh rugby union club based in Port Talbot. The club is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for the Ospreys.[2]
The club was historically known as The S.C.O.W (Steel Company of Wales) but changed its name to British Steel RFC in the late 1960s when the steel manufacture British Steel evolved from The SCOW. The name CORUS was adopted following the demise of British Steel but locally, the team is still known as "The SCOW".
The team plays at the sports ground at Margam (just off J.38 of the M4) which it shares with other sections - Cricket, Soccer, Bowls etc.
Although it could be considered as a "works side" traditionally most of its players have not worked within the industry but have been Margam and Port Talbot parishners.
Over the years there has been a mistaken belief that the steel industry itself has sponsored the team, though this is untrue. Since 1980, the club has been totally self-sufficient due to the work of the committee and sponsors.
Like many of other rugby clubs, during the earlier part of this Century, playing numbers started to dwindle and the Club successfully joined up with a local District side called St Josephs Old Boys RFC. This jump started the Club and they quickly moved up the leagues.
Since the formation of the professional era the club has lost its local player base but this is being effectively managed

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SWALEC Championship » Championship

1 Ebbw Vale 26 122
2 Cardiff Met 26 86
3 RGC1404 26 83
4 Pontypool 26 83
5 Narberth 26 80
6 Bargoed 26 73
7 Tata Steel 26 65
8 Bridgend Athletic 26 59
9 Tondu 26 53
10 Llanharan 26 49
11 Blackwood 26 39
12 Newbridge 26 38
13 Beddau 26 30
14 Bonymaen 26 27

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