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    Posted: 06 September 2014 at 9:55am
Sorry to bang on again but why on earth is this game on today? It seems very clear that Quins in particular don't see themselves as Scarlets supporters. If Llanelli were at home it would certainly be tomorrow and not just due to the clash of pitch. Surely the Quins and Drovers supporters should want to be at the Parc for a league game?? It's also unfair on the squad members at both games, many playing today would want to watch the Ulster game and also people like Rob Evans and Emyr Philips would want to lend their support to their clubs. Weird.

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Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Sorry to bang on again but why on earth is this game on today? It seems very clear that Quins in particular don't see themselves as Scarlets supporters. If Llanelli were at home it would certainly be tomorrow and not just due to the clash of pitch. Surely the Quins and Drovers supporters should want to be at the Parc for a league game?? It's also unfair on the squad members at both games, many playing today would want to watch the Ulster game and also people like Rob Evans and Emyr Philips would want to lend their support to their clubs. Weird.

Bit harsh. I was talking to a Quins committee man recently and he told me the relationship with the Scarlets is very good and of mutual benefit to both teams. They are very proud of players that go on to play for the Scarlets.

As for the timing of this game, though, I couldn't agree more with you. Would have enjoyed watching this game if it had been any other time.
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Big win that, didn't expect to see such a wide margin, especially as the Drovers were ahead 13-10 after 40..
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Cam not understand why the game was played the same time as the Scarlets match!! Very poor scheduling!!
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