We are excited to announce that our brewing partner Evan Evans Brewery are offering a special OSC promotion with 20% discount on all Fire Island Beers and Liberty Lager from now until 16th July!

Be sure to use this promotional code to secure the discount so they know you’re an Ospreys Supporter:


This offer ends on 16th July so if you want to try some of their American style brews and receive a huge 20% discount, get your orders in quickly.

If American style beer is not your thing, or even if it is, watch out for the next discount with Evan Evans Brewery coming soon!

Click on the pictures to visit the Evan Evans Brewery Website where you’ll find full terms and conditions, or alternatively click this link:
Fire Island

This is what Evan Evans say about their Fire Island Brews:

If you want a beer that combines American brewing techniques with the finest malts and hops, then look no further than Fire Island. Each beer has its own unique character and is packed full of interesting flavour. Fire Island beers are all gluten free.

And this is what they say about Liberty Lager:

Liberty is a delicious, triple cold filtered lager that embodies the freedom of brewing excellence. Brewed from lager malt, Magnum, Saaz and Perle hops, it delivers a refreshingly subtle flavour that’s perfect for Summertime BBQs.

Congratulations to Adam Beard on being voted the Ospreys Supporters Club Player of the Season.

In what turned out to be the closest validated vote we have seen in years, the 6 ft 8 in man mountain with a smile as wide as the River Tawe came out on top.
First a call up to the Welsh team, then a late call to the British and Irish Lions and now a Player of the Season OSCA, this has been quite a season – congratulations Adam!

Thanks to our brewing partner Evan Evans for supporting this season’s OSCAs.

Its that time of the year when we get to vote for our player of the season.  Some old faces and some new make this season’s shortlist so vote for who you think deserves this season’s award!


To see a list of previous player of the month and player of the season awards, click on the Honours Board below:
OSC Honours Board




In Attendance:

Steve Phillips, Mark Killingley (WRU)

Barrie Jones, Neil Bathgate, Ian Lewis, Helen Davies  (Crys16)

Dan Hallett (Dragons Official Supporters Club)

David Elsmere, Simon Harrington (Cardiff Blues Supporters Club)

Grant Berni, Sarah Davies, Louise Collins (Ospreys Supporters Club)

Lynn Glaister, Huw Jones (CF10)

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Well, it was a closely run race with a photo finish,📷 but the Ospreys Supporters Club Award for Player Of The Month April-May ’21 goes to…. 🥁

Yep, he’s done it again…. Morgan Morris💪🏼👏🏼⚫️⚪️
Many congratulations, Morgan and hugely well deserved!
Hopefully not too long before we can present your OSCA. Maybe just long enough to get yourself a bigger shelf! 🤣

Thank you to our brewing partner Evan Evans Brewery for sponsoring this season’s awards.  For a list of previous winners, click below:

OSC Honours Board

After a sporadic fixture list through April and May, we have again decided to hold the one Player of the Month Vote covering the European quarter final defeat against Newcastle as well as the new Rainbow Cup fixtures against old adversaries in Cardiff Blues, Scarlets and Dragons. A mixture of beauty and disappointment that was finished off with an edge of the seat 5 try victory to wrap up the month.

April-May Player of the Month Vote

  • Morgan Morris (44%, 12 Votes)
  • Gareth Thomas (37%, 10 Votes)
  • Tom Botha (11%, 3 Votes)
  • Justin Tipuric (7%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 27

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Thanks again to our brewing partner Evan Evans Brewery for sponsoring this season’s awards.  For a list of previous winners, click on the Honours Board:

OSC Honours Board

Registered website voters can vote up until the poll closes on 29th May.  To log in or register , follow the links. 

(If you have any issues logging in, please contact grant@ospreyssupportersclub.com)

The OSC are delighted to announce that we will be supporting Ospreys in the Community and their partnership with Action for Children as our chosen charity for the remainder of this season and the next.

OitC are a not-for-profit foundation that operate independently to the professional rugby organisation.  We’ve watched OitC grow from their inception into an organisation that has really set the standard in the area they work in.

OitC have agreed a partnership with Action for Children to promote a “Bouncing Back” program to support and improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people in secondary schools.  Since launching “Bouncing Back”, OitC have worked with six local secondary schools with 296 students completing the course. 140 of these were face to face learning with the aim of returning to schools to engage with more children. 

As well as this, OitC recently expanded its mental health partnership with Action for Children by adopting the charity’s Guide Digital mental health literacy platform.

As we can’t get together in the Riverside Bar on matchdays for the foreseeable future, we are selling our OSC badges via our Etsy shop and we now have some great looking OitC badges on offer too.  All profits from badge sales as well as any further donations will go towards OitC initiatives in our region so please visit our shop and make a purchase!

Tom Sloane, Head of OitC said:

 “Its great to have the OSC on board –  raising money for the Action for Children programmes align well, supporting the work in schools and rugby clubs in our communities”

As well as raising funds for OitC, we hope to get more directly involved in supporting OitC programs. For example, committee members Annette Thomas recently took part in the “30 Days your way” challenge, raising funds to help support the 30% of children who are living in poverty in the UK and Lynne Jones and husband Nigel (our former chair) have helped with the “Sporting Memories” project that supports older people living with dementia, depression and loneliness by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport.

Kayleigh Powell, OitC Participation officer said:

 “If anybody wants to get involved with OitC programs, just keep an eye out on our social media for upcoming events”

To help the OSC raise funds for OitC, please visit our online shop by clicking on the image of the OSC badges below:

To find out more about Ospreys in the Community, click  here :

To find out more about the OitC partnership with Action for Children, click here

To see details of previous charity fundraising by the OSC (excluding last year’s efforts that have not been finlaised yet – details coming soon), click here


We’re really excited to announce an exclusive and rare double Q&A with our very own South African duo of Tom Botha and Shaun Venter.

Interviews with these two are more rare than a Black Rhino, an Ethiopian Woolf or an away win in Dublin so make sure you keep an eye out for details on how to join the Zoom call closer to the date.

What: Q&A

Who: Tom Botha & Shaun Venter

When: Thursday 15th April

Where: Online Zoom call 

To ensure any of your questions make the shortlist, please submit your questions in advance using the link below:

After a sporadic fixture list through February and March, we have decided to hold the one Player of the Month Vote covering Pro14 fixtures against Zebre, Ulster, Dragons, Glasgow and culminating in an epic victory out in Dublin against Leinster.  What a way to guarantee European Champions Cup rugby for next season!

 There’s a sprinkling of previous OSCA winners along with some new faces to the player of the month vote in the shortlist so vote now for your favourite. 

February-March Player of the Month Vote

  • Morgan Morris (45%, 14 Votes)
  • Rhys Davies (26%, 8 Votes)
  • Luke Price (13%, 4 Votes)
  • Owen Watkin (6%, 2 Votes)
  • Dan Evans (3%, 1 Votes)
  • Ma'afu Fia (3%, 1 Votes)
  • Reuben Morgan-Williams (3%, 1 Votes)
  • Keelan Giles (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Gareth Evans (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Lloyd Ashley (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Rhys Henry (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 31

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Thanks again to our brewing partner Evan Evans Brewery for sponsoring this season’s awards.  For a list of previous winners, click on the Honours Board:

OSC Honours Board

Registered website voters can vote up until the poll closes on 31st March.  To log in or register , follow the links.