Llanelli have promised to pay for all travelling Scarlets coaches to return to Bath on Sunday to ensure their 1700 strong support can watch their rearranged Heineken cup quarter final against Bath.
There is a pitch inspection at 9am at the recreation ground bath, after which it will be decided weather the game can be played on that currently waterlogged pitch, or if it will be moved to possibly Reading or Bristol.
The venture will probably cost Llanelli up to Â£5,000 but they are determined to help their fans watch them in this key fixture. Fans should call the Llanelli Rugby Club office from 9am Sunday morning on 01554 783900 for the most up to date information.
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