Since our inception in the year 2000, the West Wales based Carmarthenshire Warriors have evolved from a team of local players into one of the UK'S leading invitational Rugby 7s sides.

Our growth and development has been down to solid foundations being set in previous years by talented players from in and around Carmarthenshire.

Highlights of our history include winning at Rugby Rocks, Majorca Beach Rugby, Windsor 7s and Manchester 7s and twice Plate Winners at Cwmtawe.

We have also been Aberaeron and Newport Pembs champions on numerous occasions.

Our development squad, The Flamingoes, had their own successes by winning the plate at the West Country 7s and also winning Newport Pembs 7s. 

As recognition of our outstanding performances on the pitch it is a pleasure to see many of our players regularly being invited to play at higher levels such as the IRB World Series and the JP Morgan series.

2012 was seen as a milestone in Warriors history. Having won numerous 'Open' tournaments in previous years, we were invited to play in the 'Elite' section of the Bournemouth 7s for the first time.

We are now regulars on the UK elite circuit.

The Warriors brand continues to expand with the recent transfer of the Flamingoes name to our equally successful Ladies team. The 'girls' have now adopted the Warriors name as the continue to build in 2017

Furthermore, our 'Vets' Legends team was launched in 2015 to coincide with our 15th Anniversary. With an on going commitment to raise funds for charity, each year 

We are now regarded as the number one 7s team in Wales.

Our list of past and present players include; Rhodri Davies (Wales 7s) ,Gareth Williams (Wales 7s), Ifan Evans (Wales 7s), Marc de Marigny (South Africa 7s captain), Emyr Phillips (Scarlets).Wil Boyde, Josh Adams (Wales U20), Rupert-Harvey Giles (Guyana 7s), Michael Adenyia (Nigeria 7s), Ricky Thomas (Wales 7s), Rhys Thomas (Wales 7s), Arthur Ellis (Ospreys Contract), Lee Rees (Wales 7s), Chris Banfield (Great Britain Students 7s- 2012 World Champions), Tom Rees (London Welsh), Gerard Ellis (London Irish), along with a whole host of current Welsh Premiership rugby players.