150 for Brooksie

By Bryan Weaver | 12/11/2017

Drovers’ captain Richard Brooks became the latest team member to break through the 150 barrier in yesterday’s bonus point derby win over Llanelli.

This is Richard’s 7th season with the Drovers, joining us from Bonymaen, and bringing with him Rugby League experience with Wales Dragonhearts.

He assumed the captain’s armband this season, following the retirement from playing of Phil ‘Bam’ Day, having served under Bam as vice-captain in the 2016-17 season.

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