Highlights of Cardiff's game against Llandovery in the Indigo Group Premiership.
Highlights of Cardiff's away Indigo Group Premiership match against RGC 1404. Note: There is no audio on this video.
Highlights of Cardiff's last game of the 18/19 season.
Highlights of Cardiff's draw with Llandovery in the Premiership.
Highlights of Cardiff's loss in the Premiership.
The first trip for Cardiff Schools to Sardis Road to take on Pontypridd Schools.
Pontypridd v Ebbw Vale 20/10/2018.
Llandovery RFC is a Welsh rugby union club based in Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The club is an inaugural member of the Welsh Rugby Union, currently play in the Welsh Premier Division and is a feeder club for the Scarlets, a Pro14 club.
RGC 1404, formerly Gogledd Cymru , is a rugby union team founded in 2008 and based in Colwyn Bay, Conwy. They currently play in the Welsh Premier Division; after winning Division 1 East at the first attempt in 2012–13, they spent three seasons in the Welsh Championship before earning promotion to the Premier Division in 2015–16.
Llandovery is a market town and community in Carmarthenshire, Wales. It lies on the River Tywi and the junction of the A40 and A483 roads, around 25 miles (40 km) northeast of Carmarthen and 27 miles (43 km) north of Swansea.
Llandovery railway station serves the market town of Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The station is on the Heart of Wales Line 42 miles north east of Swansea and is located at Tywi Avenue.
In geology, the Llandovery Group formerly referred to the lowest division of the Silurian period in Britain. It was named after the town of Llandovery in Wales, although Charles Lapworth had proposed the name Valentian (from the Roman British province of Valentia) for this group in 1879.
Llandovery Castle is a late thirteenth-century, Grade II*-listed, castle ruin in the town of Llandovery in Carmarthenshire, Wales. It occupies a knoll overlooking the River Towy and the land surrounding it.
In the geological timescale, the Llandovery epoch occurred during the Silurian period. The epoch follows the massive Ordovician-Silurian extinction events; the second largest extinction event after the Permian-Triassic extinction event million of years later.
Llandovery College is a coeducational independent school in Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The college consists of Gollop Preparatory, Senior School and Sixth Form.
The Llandovery Bank was established in Llandovery in 1799 in the premises known as the King’s Head on Stone Street , where it remained for many years. The bank was locally known as the ‘Black Ox Bank’ (‘Banc yr Eidon’ in the Welsh language) because of the bank notes having been embellished with an engraving on the left hand side of a Welsh black ox.