Scarlets club captain Ken Owens returns to action this weekend against regional rivals Ospreys in the first Welsh derby of the season. Owens will lead the Scarlets out at Parc y Scarlets in the first Guinness PRO14 derby as the West Wales clubs goRead More
Scarlets centre Jonathan Davies returns to action this weekend after suffering a hamstring strain and will lead his side against Isuzu Southern Kings at Parc y Scarlets, Saturday 29 September, kick-off 18:30.
Saturday’s clash will be Davies’ first outing in this season’s Guinness PRO14 having
Hooker Ryan Elias will make his first competitive start of the season, against Southern Kings, at Parc y Scarlets tomorrow and he’s looking to make the most of the opportunity.
With club captain Ken Owens rested for the fifth round clash in the Guinness
Scarlets Head Coach Wayne Pivac has given the latest on the region’s injuries ahead of this weekend’s Guinness PRO14 clash against Southern Kings at Parc y Scarlets.
He said: “James (Davies) has ruptured his PCL (posterior cruciate ligament), so I don’t think we’ll see
The Scarlets face a thrilling challenge in the Guinness PRO14, despite it only being the championship’s second round of action.
The West Wales region will welcome champions Leinster Rugby to Parc y Scarlets on Saturday 8thSeptember, in the first home game of the season.
After a successful victory at Cyncoed Campus against Cardiff Blues A, the Scarlets A team are ready to begin their journey through this years newly launched Celtic Cup.
Their first competitive game of the cup will take place at Brewery Field, Bridgend against Ospreys A,