LLANDOVERY remain two points behind West Group leaders Aberavon after they beat Bridgend Ravens 27-7 on Friday night (Nov 19).
It means Llandovery will host Aberavon on Saturday (Nov 27) knowing that a win will see them take top spot.
Three tries in the opening 17 minutes effectively won the game for the Drovers who held a 17-0 lead at the break.
Aaron Warren got the visitors going early on and although the conversion was missed, debutant Jamie Cox went over to score the Drovers’ second try of the match.
Jamie Hughes then got his name on the scoresheet and Kristian Jones added the extra two points.
Drovers’ Marco Dallavalle was then shown a yellow card but the Ravens were unable to make their man-advantage count.
Bridgend did get themselves back into it early in the second half as Chris Williams touched down before Owen Howe added the extras.
Jones then scored a penalty for the Drovers to take the score to 7-20.
Rhodri Jones then scored the Drovers’ fourth try of the game on his 200th appearance for the club and Kristian Jones added the extras making it 7-27.
Their final game of the group stages sees them host leaders Aberavon, kick off at 2:30pm.
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