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    Posted: 13 July 2016 at 12:06pm
Scarlets pre-season friendlies 2016/17
Sat 13th Aug 15:00 Exeter 45-3 Scarlets Sandy Park, Exeter
Sat 20th Aug TBC Scarlets 17-32 Bath Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay
Fixture List
Sat 3rd Sep 15:00 Scarlets 13-23 Munster Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli Sky
Fri 9th Sep 19:35 Edinburgh 20-9 Scarlets Murrayfield, Edinburgh BBC Alba
Fri 16th Sep 19:05 Ulster 19-8 Scarlets Kingspan Stadium, Belfast BBC2W
Sat 24th Sep 19:35 Scarlets 18-7 Connacht Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli S4C
Sat 1st Oct 19:05 Treviso 6-22 Scarlets Stadio Comunale di Monigo, Treviso
Sat 8th Oct 19:35 Scarlets 31-27 Dragons Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli S4C
Sat 15th Oct 19:45 Scarlets 28-11 Sale Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli BT Sport
Sat 22nd Oct 17:30 Saracens 44-26 Scarlets Allianz Park, London Sky Sports
Fri 28th Oct 19:35 Cardiff Blues 15-26 Scarlets BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff BBC2W
Sat 5th Nov 19:35 Scarlets 27-3 Glasgow Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli S4C
Fri 11th Nov 19:05 Scarlets 44-21 Bath Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli
Fri 18th Nov 19:30 Dragons 36-21 Scarlets Rodney Parade, Newport
Fri 25th Nov 19:35 Scarlets 38-29 Leinster Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli BBC2W
Sat 3rd Dec 14:05 Zebre 24-31 Scarlets Stadio XXV Aprile, Parma
Sun 11th Dec 15:15 Toulon 31-20 Scarlets Stade Felix Mayol, Toulon Sky Sports
Sun 18th Dec 13:00 Scarlets 22-21 Toulon Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli Sky Sports
Tue 27th Dec 15:00 Ospreys 19-9 Scarlets Liberty Stadium, Swansea Sky/S4C
Sun 1st Jan 15:00 Scarlets 15-10 Cardiff Blues Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli Sky/S4C
Fri 6th Jan 19:35 Scarlets 16-13 Ulster Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli BBC2W
Sun 15th Jan 13:00 Scarlets 22-22 Saracens Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli Sky Sports
Sat 21st Jan 15:15 Sale 25-23 Scarlets AJ Bell Stadium, Salford Sky Sports
Fri 27th Jan 19:05 Scarlets 17-32 Saracens Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli
Fri 3rd Feb 19:45 Northampton 50-10 Scarlets Franklin Gardens, Northampton BT Sport
Fri 10th Feb 19:35 Glasgow 14-26 Scarlets Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow Sky Sports
Fri 17th Feb 19:35 Scarlets 42-7 Zebre Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli BBC2W
Fri 24th Feb 19:35 Munster 21-30 Scarlets Thomond Park TG4
Sat 4th Mar 19:35 Leinster 45-9 Scarlets RDS Arena, Dublin S4C
Fri 24th Mar 19:05 Scarlets vs Edinburgh Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli BBC2W
Sat 8th Apr 19:35 Scarlets vs Treviso Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli S4C
Sat 15th Apr 17:15 Dragons vs Scarlets Principality Stadium, Cardiff Sky/S4C
Apr 28th - 29th Connacht vs Scarlets Sportsground, Galway
Sat 6th May 17:15 Scarlets vs Ospreys Parc-y-Scarlets, Llanelli

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All Kick-off times are UK


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote solihullscarlet Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 July 2016 at 12:42pm
Better than usual spread of fixtures. Off to check the Ulster fixtures before I comment further.

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I think the timings are a little better this year. There seem to be a fair few 19.35 kick offs, which is handy for a lot of working people. Interestingly Edinburgh at home to Blues on the same weekend as Scotland v Wales. If I go up, might be tempted to pop along as a neutral.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Eastern outpost Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 July 2016 at 7:44pm
Hope the Sat 1935 starts are still good for parents bringing children.

Good for them to try staying up late
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The 19:35 k.o. may be a little on the late side for young children, but talents it is a pretty consistent time for the majority of our fixtures. Also it gives people a chance to do whatever else they need to do during the day rather than writing the day off for a midday match.
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I like the fixtures calendar, difficult matches (on paper) seem to be rather evenly distributed.

As importantly, unless I'm mistaken we'll have two home games during AI internationals, against Glasgow and Leinster. 
Glasgow and Leinster again during the 6N, along with Munster and Zebre where we will probably have some players back as that's not a 6N weekend.
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Will any of our internationals be available for Munster?

These played a lot:-

Rob Evs
Ken
Foxy
Sanjay

These less:-
Jake
Scott
Cawdor
Aled
Patch

Might we see something like:-

15- Steff Evs
14- DTH
13- Hadleigh
12- Scott/ Owen
11- Tom Williams
10- Patch/ Aled Thomas
 9-  Gareth/Aled/ Jonathan
 8-  Allen
 7-  Barclay? Cubby wont be available of he goes to Rio. Could well be McLoed or Boyde
 6-  Shingler
 5-  Bulbring
 4-  Bernado
 3-  Kruger
 2-  Emyr
 1-  Dylan

Too bad we cant look forward to a great opening game and being able to see our best players take to the field.

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Originally posted by Tim Opolis Tim Opolis wrote:

Will any of our internationals be available for Munster?

These played a lot:-

Rob Evs
Ken
Foxy
Sanjay

These less:-
Jake
Scott
Cawdor
Aled
Patch

Might we see something like:-

15- Steff Evs
14- DTH
13- Hadleigh
12- Scott/ Owen
11- Tom Williams
10- Patch/ Aled Thomas
 9-  Gareth/Aled/ Jonathan
 8-  Allen
 7-  Barclay? Cubby wont be available of he goes to Rio. Could well be McLoed or Boyde
 6-  Shingler
 5-  Bulbring
 4-  Bernado
 3-  Kruger
 2-  Emyr
 1-  Dylan

Too bad we cant look forward to a great opening game and being able to see our best players take to the field.



Don't see why they wouldn't all be available, the Munster fixture is 7 weeks away. Even with a delayed preseason they should be more than ready.
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Munster will face the same issue after the Irish tour of RSA.
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Don't think the 19.35 Saturday (or Friday) kick off times will be an issue for most parents. We have had season tickets since both our daughters were born. If they are babies or toddlers, they will sleep regardless, and once they are a little older they tend to enjoy later nights as a treat on the weekends - just need to make sure they have a little nap earlier. 
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Originally posted by ynysddurfc ynysddurfc wrote:

Don't think the 19.35 Saturday (or Friday) kick off times will be an issue for most parents. We have had season tickets since both our daughters were born. If they are babies or toddlers, they will sleep regardless, and once they are a little older they tend to enjoy later nights as a treat on the weekends - just need to make sure they have a little nap earlier. 

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Nice to see fixtures out early with dates, attached for a good 2/3 of the season.

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Interesting to see S4C are now showing games on Saturday night instead of Sunday afternoon. this should be much better for those that enjoy a pint or 3 after the game but have to drive to work on a Monday morning.
19.35 starts wont be a problem for my boys as long as the rugby on the field is good enough to keep them interested (awake).
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Originally posted by philtheturk56 philtheturk56 wrote:

Nice to see fixtures out early with dates, attached for a good 2/3 of the season.

O's last game!!!Home!!!!
 
I think I'm the only person who's actually a bit disappointed with this. It's probably due to the fact that there's too much opportunity for this to be a dead rubber for what should be our biggest home game.
 
Of course, I hope I'm completely wrong and it turns out to be a winner-takes-all for a home semi final.
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Originally posted by RedZep RedZep wrote:

Originally posted by philtheturk56 philtheturk56 wrote:

Nice to see fixtures out early with dates, attached for a good 2/3 of the season.

O's last game!!!Home!!!!
 
I think I'm the only person who's actually a bit disappointed with this. It's probably due to the fact that there's too much opportunity for this to be a dead rubber for what should be our biggest home game.
 
Of course, I hope I'm completely wrong and it turns out to be a winner-takes-all for a home semi final.

Fair comment but I think it's worth the risk. If it doesn't work out, then change it next year. At least they are planning the schedule better.
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