As well as our website having its own Facebook page did you know that the Junior Drovers also have their own page?
The Quins will represent the Scarlets region in the British and Irish Cup after this clear cut win over their Tywi Valley rivals
Llandovery won with a rousing second half performance when they scored three tries in the space of eight minutes
Rhodri Jones is photographed with the Colin Hillman Player of the Tournament award at the Foster’s National Sevens 2014
The Llandovery Athletic fixture v Llangennech this weekend, originally scheduled to be away, has now become a home fixture this Saturday, 25 October
Warren Gatland has announced his selection of the squad for the 4-match Autumn international series, and it features a number of names well known at Church Bank.
Llandovery RFC need bar staff, mostly for weekend work, for the Clubhouse at Church Bank
Llandovery Athletic play Newcastle Emlyn at home tomorrow, Saturday 18 October, kick off 230pm
Kasper took his opportunities well, with Iwan and Jack adding further points, in an entertaining win against a young Llangennech side
Chairman Handel Davies writes to all current and potential Hen Borthmyn members:
All good things come to an end and so it was at Church Bank last Saturday when the Drovers were second best in most departments to a well organised Cardiff.
A lack of cohesion/game time from the Drovers was evident as they could only muster one try against a dominant Tumble side
Pictures have been added to the website from the Cardiff game on 4 October, courtesy of Ian Williams (Riley Sports Photography).
The Llandovery team for this Saturday's home league game against Cardiff, kick off 230pm