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Topic: Quins vs Plymouth Albion at Parc-y-Scarlets
Posted By: minded
Subject: Quins vs Plymouth Albion at Parc-y-Scarlets
Date Posted: 15 October 2014 at 12:01pm
If you're not amongst the hundreds of supporters travelling to Toulon for Scarlets' opening Rugby Champions Cup clash this weekend why not head down to parc y Scarlets to support the region's next generation in what promises to be a thrilling clash.

Carmarthen Quins, with a dusting of Scarlets' development players, were defeated in the opening round away from home to Jersey but will be looking to get the campaign back on track at the Parc this Saturday, kick-off 2.30pm.

The fixture is an all-to-pay game with tickets on sale now from the ticket office at Parc y Scarlets priced at adult £10, concession £5, juniors £3 and under 6s free.

Scarlets Season ticket holders are entitled to the following discounts; adults £5, concession £2.50, juniors £1.50 and under 6s free.

Support the region's next generation this weekend.

Ticket office will be open from 10am on Saturday.

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Posted By: minded
Date Posted: 15 October 2014 at 12:04pm
Wonder if Quins ST holders get in for free? Confused

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Posted By: supertaf
Date Posted: 15 October 2014 at 12:19pm
Originally posted by minded minded wrote:

Wonder if Quins ST holders get in for free? Confused

I would have thought so.

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Posted By: Alun
Date Posted: 15 October 2014 at 12:43pm
Why are they playing at Parc y Scarlets? Very odd.

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Posted By: Mugwuffin
Date Posted: 15 October 2014 at 1:28pm
Originally posted by Alun Alun wrote:

Why are they playing at Parc y Scarlets? Very odd.
They're playing one of the matches in Llandovery too.


Posted By: scarletsrules
Date Posted: 15 October 2014 at 10:32pm
With this match being at Parc y Scarlets it makes the play offs look even more pointless as they are playing 1 match at each of the stadiums, so they should just have called them Scarlets A


Posted By: supertaf
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 9:42am
Well they did say last season that it would be Scarlet A after a few players refuse to wear the Llanelli RFC shirt (understandably) so I guess that changed. I wonder if it would have been different if Llanelli were the representatives?

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Posted By: reesytheexile
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 10:13am
should have played at their home ground - complete fudge up- the idea of a Llanelli A was never on (not at least without some serious and open negotiations on the proposition to secure buy in)- back to the drawing board? 


Posted By: redeyes
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 10:25am
Originally posted by reesytheexile reesytheexile wrote:

should have played at their home ground - complete fudge up- the idea of a Llanelli A was never on (not at least without some serious and open negotiations on the proposition to secure buy in)- back to the drawing board? 

It certainly hasn't gone down very well at the Quins.


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Posted By: LLANDRE
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 10:50am
The Quins Chairman and another committee member have resigned because of the fact that the Scarlets have requested that the Quins team be a Scarlets A team selection.

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Posted By: Sosban bach
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 11:18am
Quins huffing and puffing, all the roids see.


Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 12:13pm
Why didn't we just let Quins do what they wanted with this competition? They earned the right and it's only a few games.
 
Is putting out a theoretically stronger side really worth the damaged relations?
 
Be grateful if Crys16 could put this to the management. Very disappointing state of affairs.


Posted By: reesytheexile
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 12:45pm
Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

Why didn't we just let Quins do what they wanted with this competition? They earned the right and it's only a few games.
 
Is putting out a theoretically stronger side really worth the damaged relations?
 
Be grateful if Crys16 could put this to the management. Very disappointing state of affairs.
I fully agree. It MIGHT possibly,possibly.. have worked if there had been a full discussion on it plus commitment from all, but the idea that a regional feeder club qualifies as the best team and then has to take in others from losing teams is niave to say the least. It would be different if say a Scarlets A team had been formed out of players from the regional feeders but that would be more like a scratch side. Teams who win should just represent the region and play at their home ground to maximise the crowd or just revert back to how it was before these awful changes were imposed at short notice to!


Posted By: Gary Coleman
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 2:04pm
Originally posted by LLANDRE LLANDRE wrote:

The Quins Chairman and another committee member have resigned because of the fact that the Scarlets have requested that the Quins team be a Scarlets A team selection.


Ahh see, they don't like it in Carmarthen when the shoe is on the other foot. If we get our ambulances, fire engines, A and E services, and police beats back as well as our fair share of council money back in Llanelli then I'd say open the talks, but until then tough!  LOLWink



....PS

 What are they doing in my blydi stadium anyway? ....and they're moaning about it. The should be thankful we'd have them there, so they don't have to play at Cowpat Park. Wink


Posted By: SospanMawr
Date Posted: 16 October 2014 at 2:44pm
Let's look at it this way, when Llanelli were declared the A team they didn't have to move around the region did they? So why should Quins?
Sometimes it's not hard to see why they get so disillusioned.


Posted By: TonduTurk
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 9:35am
QUINS V PLYMOUTH ALBION
By Colin Clarke | 16/10/2014

Parc y Scarlets will host a British & Irish Cup clash between Carmarthen Quins and Plymouth Albion this Saturday afternoon.

If you're not amongst the hundreds of supporters travelling to Toulon for Scarlets' opening Rugby Champions Cup clash this weekend why not head down to parc y Scarlets to support the region's next generation in what promises to be a thrilling clash.

Carmarthen Quins, with a dusting of Scarlets' development players, were defeated in the opening round away from home to Jersey but will be looking to get the campaign back on track at the Parc this Saturday, kick-off 2.30pm.

The fixture is an all-to-pay game with tickets on sale now from the ticket office at Parc y Scarlets priced at adult £10, concession £5, juniors £3 and under 6s free.

Scarlets Season ticket holders are entitled to the following discounts; adults £5, concession £2.50, juniors £1.50 and under 6s free.

Support the region's next generation this weekend.

Ticket office will be open from 10am on Saturday.


Posted By: TonduTurk
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 10:05am
Plymouth Albion make six changes for their B & I Cup visit to Wales

For their second match in this seasons British & Irish Cup, which is away to Carmarthen Quins (Saturday kick off 2.30pm), Plymouth Albion have made six changes to the side beaten by holders Leinster A last weekend.

The only change in the backs sees Jake Henry come onto the wing for Lewis Warner who moves into the centre.

In the front row Fijian international Sam Matavesi makes his first start of the season for what will be his 50th appearance for the club.

Prop Tom Heard, lock Tom Jubb, and flanker Eoghan Grace, who all came on as replacements last week, are handed starting spots.

The final change sees Ali Bone selected at No 8 replacing Welsh international Rhys Oakley.

Canadian international Brett Beukeboom will captain Albion for the first time.

On the replacement bench there is a welcome return for Herbie Stupple who has been out for nine months with an ankle injury.

The match against Carmarthen Quins has been switched to Parc Y Scarlets stadium in Llanelli.

Plymouth Albion:

15 Marc Koteczky, 14 Elliot Clements-Hill, 13 Lewis Warner, 12 Toby Howley-Berridge, 11 Jake Henry, 10 Lawrence Rayner, 9 Josh Davies,

1 Luke Chapman, 2 Sam Matavesi, 3 Tom Heard, 4 Tom Jubb, 5 Brett Beukeboom capt, 6 Rob Langley, 7 Eoghan Grace, 8 Ali Bone

replacements 16 Ted Stagg, 17 Dan Pullinger, 18 James Gibbons, 19 Herbie Stupple, 20 Cameron Setter, 21 Pete Homan, 22 Tom Hicks


Posted By: redeyes
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 11:04am
Luke isn't too happy at the moment, he's busy marking the pitch and the Scarlets come out for a team run!LOL

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Posted By: TonduTurk
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 6:09pm
QUINS V PLYMOUTH
By Colin Clarke | 17/10/2014

Team to Play Plymouth:

Evans Steffan

Warren AAron

hughes steffan

williams rhys

climo frazar

lewis josh

hardy kieran



thomas rhys

harris darran

edwards peter

rawlins lewis

kelly richard (c)

day phil

boyde will

mccusker rob


REPLACEMENTS
myhill torin(FR)

robinson gethin(FR)

leung ben(FR)

jones shaun

williams lee

jones daniel

evans iolo




Posted By: Ffidel Bennett
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 7:42pm
Interesting back row spanning the 3 feeder clubs.
Shouldn't Darran Harris be out in Toulon?
Why don't we start Lee Williams at 9 and why have we only got 7 replacements?
More questions than answers as the old song goes.


Posted By: supertaf
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 10:41pm
Couple of points. Wasnt everyone fully aware that this would be a regional select team, im sure they were you know..
Also do we know for sure the region insisted that the match was at the Parc? All idle speculation really.

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Posted By: hoppy
Date Posted: 17 October 2014 at 10:48pm
Leinster A 26 Jersey 6 Full Time.


Posted By: scarletsrules
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 12:13am
How many of these players are actually Quins players , im all for it being a scarlets A team but I find it unfair on the Quins who earned the right to play in the cup . Ponty And Cross Keys arent doing the same.


Posted By: Mundoscarlet
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 1:13am
yea but arent ponty just a bunch of stirring w*****s anyway.they were offered blues players but turned them down.let them stew i say


Posted By: reesytheexile
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 8:48am
Yes but unless they play regularly as a team or squad it becomes more like a scratch team and best (ignoring the injustice aspect) to stick with your core Quins team. At least Ponty are sticking to their principles -like them or not! The decline of Gog from Scarlets captain under Easterby to not being even a bencher shows how things change under a new coach to.Tough on him.


Posted By: haydn_davies
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 9:00am
Why do people think Gog is dropped?

He's missed a few weeks of rugby because of injury, Pitman is the form 8 and Pivac probably wants Gog to have a run to get match fit without being thrown in the deep end and facing Toulon - even from the bench.

He'll more than likely be in the mix for Leicester next week providing he come through the match today without any reaction to his injury.

It's a long season. It seems that Pivac is aware of this and doesn't want to push players if they're returning from injury. Earle played a match for the Drovers when returning from injury. KP played a match for the Drovers when looking for some form, look where he is this weekend?!

To me it seems that Pivac is using our feeder clubs as a way of rehabilitating players and/or getting them to find form. Isn't that what they're there for, at least until a full-fledged 'A' side is up and running?

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Posted By: supertaf
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 10:40am
I'm not sure whether people don't listen or what - Wayne was clear that he would use the feeder clubs correctly I.E Bringing players back from injury. I fully expect to see Cawdor get a run in the RFC to complete his rehab.

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Posted By: hoppy
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 3:12pm
Quins 9 Plymouth Albion 3


Posted By: hoppy
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 3:20pm
Quins 9 Plymouth Albion 10 Half Time.


Posted By: hoppy
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 3:39pm
16-9 Plymouth Albion.


Posted By: hoppy
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 4:13pm
Quins 29 Plymouth Albion 16 Full Time.


Posted By: reesytheexile
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 4:17pm
Originally posted by haydn_davies haydn_davies wrote:

Why do people think Gog is dropped?

He's missed a few weeks of rugby because of injury, Pitman is the form 8 and Pivac probably wants Gog to have a run to get match fit without being thrown in the deep end and facing Toulon - even from the bench.

He'll more than likely be in the mix for Leicester next week providing he come through the match today without any reaction to his injury.

It's a long season. It seems that Pivac is aware of this and doesn't want to push players if they're returning from injury. Earle played a match for the Drovers when returning from injury. KP played a match for the Drovers when looking for some form, look where he is this weekend?!

To me it seems that Pivac is using our feeder clubs as a way of rehabilitating players and/or getting them to find form. Isn't that what they're there for, at least until a full-fledged 'A' side is up and running?
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It is just my opinion but I do feel that Rob has clearly dropped down the pecking order behind Aaron Shingler in Wayne's selection, and it is very different from him being club captain last couple of seasons -albeit playing out of position last year to help the club -as he is a good guy. It is just a shame as Rob loyally played out of position at 8 rather than his proper place as 6 and so has lost presence and continuity in that 6 role. However it is a long season as you rightly say and Shings may well be tied up with Wales so Rob has another chance to re-establish himself.


Posted By: supertaf
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 4:47pm
Good win today. Terrible crowd though. Darren Harris cannot throw in !!

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Posted By: maldwyn
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 9:03pm
Should have been played in Carmarthen

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Posted By: hoppy
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 9:10pm
Bbc Sport Wales say attendance was 400


Posted By: s.pimpernel
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 9:55pm
Originally posted by hoppy hoppy wrote:

Bbc Sport Wales say attendance was 400

Seeing as the other thread has disappeared I`ll pose the same question again.

How can we keep justifying opening a nearly 15,000 capacity stadium for 400 people?


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Posted By: kcreg
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 10:10pm
Originally posted by s.pimpernel s.pimpernel wrote:

Originally posted by hoppy hoppy wrote:

Bbc Sport Wales say attendance was 400


Seeing as the other thread has disappeared I`ll pose the same question again.

How can we keep justifying opening a nearly 15,000 capacity stadium for 400 people?
you can't, can you.

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Posted By: Dan the Drover
Date Posted: 18 October 2014 at 11:26pm
Originally posted by s.pimpernel s.pimpernel wrote:

How can we keep justifying opening a nearly 15,000 capacity stadium for 400 people?

The training pitch is apparently not up to Premiership standard. Or something.



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