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AFTER the 23-12 win in September, the Drovers completed the double.

Victory was down to a strong performance up front and more dexterity behind the scrum.

On a dank night fly-half Dai Flanagan gave Bridgend an early lead with a 40-metre penalty but the first try came from Llandovery when a break from centre Jack Roberts paved the way for wing Mike Evans.

Fly-half James Garland converted but despite plenty of possession Llandovery could not finish off attacks until a long Garland pass put in full-back Lee Rees.

Defences were sound until prop Owen Evans burrowed over in the 69th minute to clinch it for the Drovers.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 10, 2012
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