Lee leads Drovers to 4th National 7s triumph
By Bryan Weaver | 28/05/2017
The question on the street last week was ‘Can the Drovers do it, four National 7s titles in a row?”. Well, Yes, they could.
Llandovery 7s Captain Lee Rees led his team superbly through the rounds, including a very close semi-final against local rivals Carmarthen Quins – and Llandovery then took the title in a convincing scoreline of 33 – 24 against Aberavon, with Lee being named Player of the Tournament.
So it’s Congratulations, again, to our impressive 7s squad, and on to next year.
Round 1: v Neath, won 45 - 0
Quarter Final: v Swansea, won 24 - 5
Semi Final: v Carmarthen Quins, won 22-21
Final: v Aberavon, won 33 - 24
A fuller report on the day will be uploaded later this week.
Neath 32 Llandovery 40
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.
Llandovery Team v Neath
The Llandovery team for Saturday’s Away Premiership game v Neath, kick off 2:30pm
Cross Keys 31 Llandovery 10
Cross Keys took revenge for their Welsh Cup defeat by Llandovery with a bonus point league win at Pandy Park writes Tom Hughes
LLANDOVERY 26 BRIDGEND 13
After the bitter disappointment of defeat at the hands of Newport in the Cup semi-final, the Drovers went back to winning ways against Bridgend writes Huw S Thomas
LLANDOVERY TEAM V CROSS KEYS
The Llandovery team for Tuesday’s Away Premiership game v Cross Keys, kick off 7:30pm