Ebbw can now concentrate on the league after their cup exit at the hands of high-flying Cardiff. Back rowers Dawid Rubasniak and Lewis Young scored tries and there was a Dan Haymond conversion to punctuate the Blue and Blacks’ points deluge.
15 Dan Haymond, 14 Dafydd Thomas, 13 Paul King 12 Ethan Phillips 11 Nathan Preece 10 Dai Langdon 9 Matthew Flanagan 1 Luke Garrett 2 Joe Franchi 3 Rob Sevenoaks 4 Lance Randall 5 Ashley Sweet 6 Dan Hill 7 Dawid Rubasniak 8 Lewis Young
16 Rhys Francis 17 Ross Jones 18 Morgan Davies 19 Max Ayling 20 Harri Harding 21 Sam Ireland 22 Luke Shote 23 Corey Howells
Many thanks to Blaenavon, Brynmawr and Risca RFCs for agreeing permits.
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