After the 47-24 bonus point win against Bargoed in mid week the Drovers again claimed full points with this four tries to three win over the All Whites at sunny St Helen's writes Huw S Thomas.
The Drovers staged a remarkable recovery to turn a 17-3 deficit into a fine 31-24 bonus point win over their old county rivals writes Huw S Thomas
Llandovery beat the North Walians for the second time in three games this season despite being outscored by four tries to three at Church Bank writes Huw S Thomas.
Llandovery shrugged off the disappointment of the 31-10 defeat at Cross Keys on Tuesday night by claiming an exciting six tries to two win at the Gnoll writes Huw S Thomas.
Croeso cynnes iawn i bawb o Glwb Rygbi Castell Nedd i Fanc Yr Eglwys heddi! It is with great pleasure that we welcome Neath RFC to Church Bank for the first time in 2018/19.
The Llandovery team for tomorrow night's Home Premiership game v Neath, kick off 7:10 pm
The Drovers had not lost to Bridgend for 10 years but that record disappeared at the Brewery Field where Ravens were deserved winners writes Huw S Thomas
Llandovery RFC players will be wearing blue shoe laces for the BBC 2 televised Premiership game against Neath on Friday night writes Huw S Thomas
The third round of the competition - Llandovery v RGC - saw No 11 Aaron Warren’s first and last try double earn Paul Adams £100
The Llandovery team for Saturday’s Away Premiership game v Bridgend, kick off 2:30 pm
Each side had won three of the six games that have been played since RGC’s promotion into the Premiership but this was deservedly the North Walians’ day at Church Bank writes Huw S Thomas
Scrum V are asking that all Principality Premiership clubs be part of their audience during the Autumn Internationals.
Seats are available on the supporters bus trip this Saturday to see Bridgend v Llandovery
Llandovery’s unbeaten run came to an end at the Talbot Athletic Ground when they conceded a late try to Aberavon writes Huw S Thomas
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