PRINCIPALITY CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW
(Games to be played on 29/30 March)
CARDIFF v NEWPORT
LLANELLI v BRIDGEND
PONTYPOOL v EBBW VALE
PONTYPRIDD v CAERPHILLY
ALL THE SCORES FROM ROUND SEVEN
ABERAVON 16 (Try: M Back; Con: J Davies; Pens: S Leighton 2; DG: S Leighton)
CARDIFF 24 (Tries: R Powell, L Roberts; Con: N Robinson; Pens; N Robinson 3, I Harris)
BLACKWOOD 8 (Try: D Brown; Pen: M Jones)
PONTYPRIDD 24 (Tries: N Simpson, G Jones; Con: B Davey; Pens: B Davey 4)
BONYMAEN 3 (Pen: J Davies)
NEWPORT 41 (Tries: M Mostyn 2, N Brew, E Lewis, O Tonu'u, P Young, J
Forster; Cons: S Howarth 2, J Strange)
CARMARTHEN QUINS 3 (Pen: G Thomas)
BRIDGEND 19 (Tries: A Havili 3; Con: C Warlow)
EBBW VALE 20 (Tries: A Takarngi, T Morris; Cons: G Cull 2; Pen: G Cull;
DG: M Meehan)
NEATH 10 (Try: P Horgan; Con: L Jarvis; Pen: L Jarvis)
NARBERTH 15 (Tries: A Reynolds, C MacDonald; Con: S Daniel; Pen: S Daniel)
CAERPHILLY 19 (Tries: J Colderley, A Williams, B Watkins; Cons: L Richards 2)
NEWBRIDGE 5 (Try: A Green)
LLANELLI 24 (Tries: G Evans, W Proctor, G Williams; Cons: G Bowen 3; Pen:
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