2004/2005 WRU National League
Llanelli 21 v 14 Cardiff
29 September 2004 - Stradey Park, Llanelli

Match Report

Llanelli 21 Cardiff 14

Cardiff paid the price for wayward kicking at Stradey Park, conceding too much possession, and lost a glorious opportunity to register another valuable away victory.

The Blue & Blacks trailed 6-13 at the interval, their only points coming from two penalty goals by Chris Anderson.A try by replacement flanker Johnathan Edwards after the restart, following a great break by centre Dafydd Hewitt, gave

Cardiff some hope at 11-13 but after the sides had exchanged further penalties the dye was cast when James Malpas was controversially yellow-carded by referee Nigel Whitehouse. The Scarlets promptly won a lineout and drove and mauled nearly 30 metres to the line for the decisive score.

Official : Nigel Whitehouse (Wales)

Llanelli Cardiff