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Try - R Barbieri,MFilippucci Cons-WDeWaal Pens-WDeWaal Tries - D Day, D Newton, G Maule, J Fa'amatuainu Cons - R Priestland (3) Pens - R Priestland (3), D Newton L McLean (B Williams 29); J Maddock, T L McLean (B Williams 29); J Maddock, T Benvenuti, A Sgarbi, A Vilk;WdeWaal, E Gori (F Semenzato 78); I Fernandez Rouyet (M Muccignat 78), E Ceccato (F Sbaraglini 33), L Cittadini (P Di Santo 51), A Pavanello (c), C van Zyl, R Barbieri, A Zanni (V Bernabo 78), M Vosawai(M Filippucci 51).
could only manage one try for Dafydd Jones but Le Roux's try and another two tries from Stan Wright and Malcolm O'Kelly on the night he became Leinster's record appearance holder, made sure the Scarlets
' own title hopes went belly-up.
had much more of the possession and territory but Munster emerged winners by two tries to one.
A try apiece from scrum-half Gareth Davies and flanker John Barclay were the back bone of the victory at Parc y Scarlets
with Munster's only try coming from wing Gerhard van den Heever.
The 26-year-old winger, who is also a qualified chartered accountant, joined the Scarlets
in May 2009 following a spell with the Newcastle Falcons.
After trailing 7-0 at half-time - they played into the conditions in the first half - the Scarlets
took full control through tries from winger Gavin Thomas and full-back Dion Jones and thoroughly deserved their first points, which still see them remain bottom of the pool.
Samson The 23-yearold, who has won 13 caps and hails from the Machynlleth area, provided bench cover throughout the autumn Test series for Scarlets
colleague Samson Lee.
Overwhelmed by the power and ruthless efficiency of Byrne's Clermont, the Scarlets
were cruelly sentenced to a Heineken Cup whitewash of six straight defeats.
looked certain to seal victory after opening up a 17-5 lead, but in the last nine minutes tries from Fergus McFadden and Shane Horgan earned the Irishmen a share of the spoils.
LEINSTER launched a remarkable second half comeback to grab a draw and prevent the Scarlets
taking top spot in the Magners League at a rain-drenched Parc y Scarlets
back Lisa Neumann could also make her Wales debut from the bench.
Williams' apology was part of a statement issued by his regional team the Scarlets
Shingler capped his first start at fly-half with a 23-point haul on a dreary night at Parc y Scarlets
22 CARDIFF BLUES 16 ALED THOMAS came off the bench to keep the Scarlets
alive and kicking in the LV Cup.
GEORGE NORTH yesterday paid tribute to Scarlets
for his elevation to Warren Gatland's Wales team.