VARDRE ....................... 18 CEFN CRIBWR ............ 35
CEFN knew they were in for a tough trip away to classy Vardre, and with several players pulling out in the morning through injury and family commitments, it was testimony to coaches Stephen Gillard and Mark White to still be in a position to put out a strong squad for this testing fixture.
A nervy opening for Cefn was soon laid to rest when all action pocket powerhouse blindside flanker Karl Davies capitalised on a Vardre mistake to go over for
the first try of the game. With both sides intent on attacking, it was end to end stuff.
Vardre looked to be getting on top during the first half hour though, and scored an excellent con-