Vikings lose but make a little more club history


Disability Rugby:

History was made on Sunday when the Pembrokeshire Vikings travelled to Llanelli Warriors, which was the first time the Warriors had hosted the game in Llanelli .

The game was played in horrendous conditions, but true mixed ability rugby spirit shone through. The forwards battled out the contest for most of the game.
Kyran (The Enforcer) Owen had a big impact on the game making some great forward breaks. The match was very close at half time, with a 0-0 scoreline - but the Warriors took control in the second half, winning the game 19-5.

James Tyler scored a fine try for The Vikings whilst the try scorers for the Warriors were. James Evans, Adam Fussell and Conor Jones with Cain Rodway slotting two conversions.
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Sean Phillips; Bleddyn Gibbs; Kyran (The Enforcer) Owen, John Joe McDonagh; Rhys Morris; Karl Bate, Gethin (The Vet) Bateman; Dave Richards; Matt Heeps; Paul Clayton; Callum Power; Jack Colley, Dave Roberts, Rob Sweeny, Dan McCaffrey, Luke Beavis, John (JC) Ellis, Graham Elliott , Logan James, Jay Carter, Peter Pritchard, Josh Price , Ross Price, Jack Collings, James Tylor, Ben Couceiro, Ashley Couceiro, Mason Kerrison, Youssef el Tawab.  
Photos by Mira Angielczyk

Strong defence from the Pembrokeshire Vikings

The Vikings on the attack

Clean lineout ball for The Vikings

The Vikings control a driving maul