SCORES/SCORERS FROM THE PRINCIPALITY CUP QUARTER-FINALS.
Friday, March 29.
CARDIFF 20 NEWPORT 14
Cardiff - Tries: J. Robinson, R. Howley. Cons: I. Harris 2. Pens: I. Harris 2.
Newport - Try: J. Forster. Pens: S. Howarth 3.
Saturday, March 30.
PONTYPOOL 22 EBBW VALE 27
Pontypool - Try: S. Lawrence. Con: B. Hayward. Pens: B. Hayward 5.
Ebbw Vale - Tries: I. Thomas, P. Matthews. Con: G. Cull. Pens: G. Cull 5.
LLANELLI 46 BRIDGEND 24
Llanelli - Tries: Ian Boobyer 2, G. Evans, M. Jones, G. Bowen. Cons: S. Jones 3. Pens: S. Jones 5.
Bridgend - Tries: A. Durston, A. Havili. Con: C. Warlow. Pens: C. Warlow 4.
PONTYPRIDD 46 CAERPHILLY 31
Pontypridd - Tries: S. Parker 2, P. John, G. Jones, N. Simpson. Cons: B. Davey 2, C. Sweeney. Pens: B. Davey 5.
Caerphilly - Tries: A. Williams 2, Roddy Boobyer, T. Taufahema. Cons: L. Richards 4. Pen: L. Richards.
(matches to be played at the Millennium Stadium on April 13)
CARDIFF vs PONTYPRIDD
EBBW VALE vs LLANELLI
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