Your Carmarthen Quins side to face Merthyr at the Wern;
There is plenty of experience within the match day 23 this week as we look to cement our place in the Semi Final of the WRU Premiership Cup.
Dale Ford returns to a Quins Jersey as he starts on the right wing. Wilson starts at fullback with Nott on the left tip. Randell and Gwilliam partner up in the centres. Centurion Josh Batcup pulls the strings from outside half with Davies in at 9.
Captain Phillips, Curry and Millin make up a powerful back row. Josh Helps keeps his 5 jersey with club stalwart Lee Taylor earning a starting spot next to him. Scarlets product Morgan starts at hooker with James Newnian and Ifan James either side.
We hope to see you at the Wern!
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Your Carmarthen Quins side to face @cardiff_rfc tomorrow at Carmarthen Park.
– Batcup pulls the strings from 10
– Unchanged back row
– Gwilliam and Randell partner up again
– Wilson at 15
– Ben Edwards returns to a quins jersey😍
Carmarthen Quins walked away from Sardis Road on Thursday night empty handed after a second half come back was not enough.
Final score from Sardis Road;
PONTYPRIDD RFC 29 – 20 CARMARTHEN QUINS
We look forward to hosting Cardiff RFC this Saturday at Carmarthen Park.
Your Carmarthen Quins side to face Pontypridd infront of the S4C Cameras, tomorrow.
Jac Wilson combines with Kalum Evans and Dylan Richards for an unchanged back 3. Leon Randell remains at 12 with Iestyn Gwilliam coming into the 13 jersey. Harri Williams keeps his 10 jersey with Scarlets product Archie Hughes wearing 9.
Tom Curry joins Tom Phillps and Lewys Millin to make up the back row. Caleb Salmon starts in the second row for the first time this season, joining centurion Josh Helps in the boiler house. A quins debut for Garan Williams at hooker with Ifan James and James Newnian starting either side.
Lee Taylor, Rhodri Davies and Josh Batcup are the experienced campaigners amongst the replacements with a welcome return for Steffan ‘Bilsy’ Phillips. Sean Janes could also make his debut off the bench if called upon.
If you can’t get to Sardis Road, the fixture will be live on S4C Clic or Youtube Live!
Tune in to support the bois!
Next, we travel to Sardis Road on Thursday 23rd November to face Pontypridd RFC infant of the S4C cameras.
The Quins look to bounce back after a heartbreaking loss to Merthyr on Saturday.
If you can’t make it to Sardis, make sure you tune in to support the boys!
It was a much improved performance by the Quins.
After leading for 77 minutes of the game, it was heartbreak when Merthyr’s Full Back Ben Jones dotted down in the corner with 3 minutes left to play.
Jac Wilson’s boot was on fire as he scored all 18 points from the tee. Credit to Merthyr as they kept the ball tight and used their size and power. 2 driving mauls tries.
Carmarthen Quins 18 – 22 Merthyr
We now look forward to Pontypridd on Thursday night.