Dan Rogers – Best wishes from all at the Drovers
By Bryan Weaver | 04/06/2013
Dan Rogers, ex Drovers Centre/wing has been taken ill over recent weeks and is currently at the Heath hospital in Cardiff.
Dan played regularly for the Drovers from 2008 to 2011 and represented Llandovery 69 times during his 3 seasons. Our picture shows Dan playing for Llandovery against Newport.
Dan is a talented rugby player and was an extremely popular member of the Llandovery side during his time at the Drovers. He is held in high regard by everyone at Llandovery RFC. He was fully committed to Llandovery both on and off the field.
The coaches, players, committee and supporters wish Dan well in his fight to recovery. Our thoughts and best wishes are with Dan and his family at this time.
Groundsman Roger James retires
Roger James our groundsman at Llandovery Rugby Club for many years and who has provided a fantastic playing surface year after year for the running rugby that Llandovery has become famous for, retired
Captain Richard Brooks reports
As another season finally comes to an end, myself and the squad would firstly like to thank all the loyal supporters of the Drovers
Chairman Peter Rees previews the Llanelli game
Croeso cynnes iawn i bawb o Glwb Rygbi Llanelli i Fanc Yr Eglwys heddi! We welcome our friends from Llanelli to the Church Bank for our last game of the 17/18 season!
Llandovery Team v Llanelli
The Llandovery team for Saturday’s final Premiership game of the season, home v Llanelli, kick off 2:30pm
SWANSEA 21 LLANDOVERY 28
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.