Club Shop

The Drovers club shop holds a range of clothing manufactured by Club Sponsor Picton Sports.

At a recent game we were lucky enough to secure the (unpaid) services of a number of aspiring models to show off some of this new range of club-badged leisure wear.

Gina, Llandovery Club administrator, gave us a twirl in red and in green, and photographer Gwenno Davies – who supplies many of the action shots from our games on behalf of Riley Sports Photography – also joined the band. Three of our younger fans – brothers Noah and Sam, and Isla – did their part by modelling the T-shirt and hoodie. 

Very many thanks to our five models.

The shop is open before and after each game (and during halftime), with a wide range of products to choose from and a friendly smiling service provided by Dawn Williams.

It holds a stock of T shirts, Polo shirts and Hoodies. Non-stock items are also available and can be ordered at the Shop on receipt of payment.

Please call at the shop or at the Club office, or ring Dawn Williams on 07929-122786, or email Dawn on dawn.williams972@gmail.com to arrange purchases or orders.



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