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Llanharan 26 Cardiff Met. 7

In what turned out to be good workout for the boys, Llanharan eventually pulled away to win 24-7. Llanharan played up the slope in the first half. The game was fairly even for the first 20 minutes, with Ieuan Pring making some penetrating bursts through the Met. midfield. The home side eventually broke through with flying wing Kieron Thomas touching down in the corner. Llanharan's impressive No.8 Ieuan Pring was rewarded for all his hard work with a try, converted by Scott Jones. Making the score 12-0 to the home side. The Met. boys hit back with a well worked try of their own, which they converted to make the score 12-7 to the Llanharan.

The game was a fairly even contest in the second half but Llanharan put 2 more tries on the board, with one from Jack Dauncey and a penalty try. Scott Jones converted Jack's try.


Llanharan were made to work hard for the win against a young Cardiff Mets. third team, who came to play attacking rugby, as is the Mets. way.


With Gareth Nicholas away, Andy Price was quoted as saying " Being in charge was much easier than being No.2. I really don't know what he does every week".





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