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CARDIFF v LLANELLI ON SATURDAY

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    Posted: 14 March 2017 at 10:52pm
Premiership league action continues on Saturday with Llanelli travelling to Cardiff Arms Park. Kick off 12pm with time to watch the Wales game in the bar after the game. Looking for a much needed confidence building win .
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Llanelli RFC Team v Cardiff RFC @ Cardiff Arms Park Saturday 18th March 2017 k.off 12 noon

15.Ashley Evans
14.Dion Jones
13.Nathan Edwards
12.Billy McBryde
11.Ryan Davies
10.Ioan Hughes
9.Declan Smith
8.Jack Condy
7.Josh Macleod
6.Trystan Lloyd
5.Ben Davies
4.Adam Powell capt
3.Tom Kaijaks
2.Craig Thomas
1.Rhys Fawcett
16.Rhys Thomas
17.Richard Bassett
18.Simon Gardiner
19.Chris Long
20.Lloyd Pike
21.Scott Maynard
22.Matthew Owen
23.Kalum Evans
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Great to win today 17-20 at Cardiff! A win is a win! Clap
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At last, a win. Good.
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Well done Llanelli, we need more of those wins!!
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After a rocky start we played some nice stuff at times. Cardiff’s 2nd try was right at the end so a bit more comfortable than the scoreline suggests.
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Great to have the travelling support Colin.

Some of the team hadn't played on this surface before so all in all a deserved win in windy conditions. Friendly welcome all round. Cardiff Rfc like Llanell are a club who are seeking their own entity in the shadow of a regional presence. Swansea next on Saturday at Parc Y Scarlets. KO the traditional 2.30pm ! We can win that as well. So hope for some good support against our old rivals ,

Edited by reesytheexile - 19 March 2017 at 2:57pm
"I'd rather have been a judge than a miner.Being a miner,as soon as you are too old and tired and sick and stupid to do the job properly,you have to go.The very opposite applies with judges!"P.Cook
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