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Originally posted by Dai38 Dai38 wrote:

Albìe Evans name was Alan Evans, Albie came from a relative as there were a numbrr of Alan's around. I amm not 100% certsin of that but I am certain it was Alan snd that he played for Llanelli RFC.

Thanks. There were two Alan Evans who played for Llanelli RFC - a full-back that had one game in 1970, and a prop that had 17 games in 1977-78.
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Originally posted by LLANDRE LLANDRE wrote:

Scott Quinnel? 

New question Which first class club did Phil Davies play for before playing for the Scarlets? 

  South Wales Police .
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 No not Derwyn .
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Yes South Wales Police correct
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Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

The answers to my questions are:

WALES- Perego
SCOTLAND- Iwan Tucalo
Ireland - Costello (70s and 90s, may have even been related)
ENGLAND-Adebayo or Dellaglio 
FRANCE - Blanco or Moscato

Well done all those who got it right.

What about Mark Cueto - was he later?
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Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

The answers to my questions are:

WALES- Perego
SCOTLAND- Iwan Tucalo
Ireland - Costello (70s and 90s, may have even been related)
ENGLAND-Adebayo or Dellaglio 
FRANCE - Blanco or Moscato

Well done all those who got it right.

What about Mark Cueto - was he later?
Yes, Cueto was first capped in 2004 I believe.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mark in sydney Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 March 2020 at 11:53am
Another question about our great clubs history.

Early 1890s 

Llanelly RFC nearly went under due to numerous reasons, players, sponsors, ground, seen as middle class club 

Which working mans club  rugby team merged with Llanelly to save it.... within one year we had 4 players capped by Wales 


I was there ...one Tuesday when the All Blacks came (and lost)
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who were the forerunners of New Dock Stars.......I believe
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Originally posted by Dic Penderyn Dic Penderyn wrote:

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Correct 

Not sure where the workings men’s club was in seaside .. think there may have been one on Copperworks Road 

I was there ...one Tuesday when the All Blacks came (and lost)
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Phil played for Llanelli when he was 17/18. He was on the bench v nz Maoris in 1982.  He then went to South Wales police and then came back to us . I think he played for SWP in the Schweppes cup v Llanelli at stradey in 84/85 and we beat them 43-0. He came back a couple of seasons later .
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Originally posted by stradeyscarlet72 stradeyscarlet72 wrote:

Phil played for Llanelli when he was 17/18. He was on the bench v nz Maoris in 1982.  He then went to South Wales police and then came back to us . I think he played for SWP in the Schweppes cup v Llanelli at stradey in 84/85 and we beat them 43-0. He came back a couple of seasons later .

18 years and 5 months.

I don't know if this is the match you're referring to, but according to this match programme, Phil played against Llanelli on the 23rd Feb 1985 (along with at least 6 other Scarlets) -



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 Phil Lewis was rapid, a cracking wing/ full back, sadly quit rugby too soon for a career in the Police. 
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 Llandre you were correct,Scott Quinnell was the player who crossed for 5 tries against London Irish .

  The two Scarlet under 21 players who also won senior Wales caps were Huw Harries and Craig Quinnell .

  Thursdays question is ,who was the Canadian International scrum half who played 6 times for the Scarlets in the middle 1990s .
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 Phil Lewis was rapid, a cracking wing/ full back, sadly quit rugby too soon for a career in the Police. 
The strength of the old police team as well. Some bits of the so called  “ good old days “ in rugby were good 👍
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Originally posted by 157cb 157cb wrote:



 Llandre you were correct,Scott Quinnell was the player who crossed for 5 tries against London Irish .

  The two Scarlet under 21 players who also won senior Wales caps were Huw Harries and Craig Quinnell .

  Thursdays question is ,who was the Canadian International scrum half who played 6 times for the Scarlets in the middle 1990s .


Dont remember his first bame but his surname wad Card.

Question:- name the 2 croation internationals to play for llanelli rfc( pre regions) both mid to late 90's.
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