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Welsh Baseball Union Premier Division – 6th Division Final Tables 1987


Final Tables 1987

Welsh Baseball Union Premier Division 1987

2Alexandra Old Boys9518
3St. Michael's8616
5Old Illtydians5910
5Rumney RFC5910
7Grange Albion4108
8Gower Sports3116

Welsh Baseball Union County Division 1987

1St. Peter's11322
2Ninian Spurs10420
3Grange Catholic9518
4Llandaff North8616
6St. Alban's5910
7Newport Civil Service4108

Welsh Baseball Union 1st Division 1987

1Bridgend Street10220
3St. Joseph's8416
4Alexandra Old Boys B488
4Caerau B488
4St. Michael's B488

Welsh Baseball Union 2nd Division 1987

1Grange Albion B12124
3Machen RFC9518
4Llanrumney B8616
6Whitechurch RFC4108
7Grange Catholics B397
8Gower Sports B1132

Welsh Baseball Union 3rd Division 1987

1Rumney RFC B11022
3Old Illtydians B8416
5St. Michael's C396
6Newport Civil Service B2104

Welsh Baseball Union 4th Division 1987

2Newport Dockers10420
3Caerau C8616
4Wiggins Teape7714
6Clagon Coronation5910
7Ninian Spurs B4108
8Tarelblack Saracens2124

Welsh Baseball Union 5th Division 1987

1Llandaff North B12224
2New Park Liberals10420
3Asko Salvage8616
3St. Alban's B8516
3St. Phillip Expos (WBU)8516
6St. Peter's B4108
7Penylian B2124
8Llanrumney C1132

Welsh Baseball Union 6th Division 1987

1Grange Catholics C12224
2Caerndron RFC11322
4Bridgend Street B7714
5Cowden FC6812
6St. Fallon's499
8Morganstown RFC0131


The 1987 Welsh Baseball Union (Men’s) season featured 62 teams across 8 Divisions, from the Premier Division to the County Division, and then from the 2st Division down to the 6th Division. There were a couple of teams who forfeited the season but otherwise it was a successful season, with Lllanrumney finishing by far the best team, picking up the Premier Division title with a maximum 28 points from 14 games. St. Peter’s won the County Division on 22 points (11-3), Bridgend Street were the 1st Division winners on 20 points, Grange Albion took the 2nd Division honours on 24 points (12-1). The lower tables were won by Rumney RFC B on 22 points (11-0) in the 3rd Division, Hendre 28 Points (14-0) in the 4th Division, Llandaff North B were 5th Division winners with 24 points (12-2) and Grange Catholics C won the 6th Division title with 24 points (12-2).

The names hark back to a bygone era in South Wales, not just teams such as Grange Catholics and St. Peter’s, which would have had a large Irish Catholic contingent on their rosters, but also teams with names referencing Major League Baseball (a different, but similar sport) such as St. Phillip’s Expos, no doubt a nod to Montreal Expos. Other references to other sports include Ninian Spurs, based in the same neighbourhood as the old Cardiff City Football Club ground Ninian Park, and also Rugby Football Club and Association Football Club (Soccer) teams such as Rumney RFC and Cowden FC. New Park Liberals, Newport Civil Service also make reference to a political and administrative climate which has no doubt shifted radically since. Then there are the Old Boys teams such as Old Illtydians and Alexandra Old Boys, past pupils of Schools in South Wales and the teams with Llan in their name, a popular Welsh-language prefix. Very few, if any, of these teams are still in existence now as the League has become a Schools League.

Welsh Baseball [Picture credit:]


[1] Welsh Ladies Baseball Union Facebook (2017) Around the Bases : Welsh Baseball union April / May 1988 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 30 November 2017][Actual Page Reference: [Accessed 30 November 2017][Last Accessed 15 October 2021]


Thanks to Eddie Brasil


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Last Updated: 15 October 2021

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