Griffith looks forward to Dairymen derby

By Aled Thomas | 18/04/2017

The business end of the season is fast approaching and Bridgend Ravens' friendly at Llanharan is seen as essential in preparing for the important games to come. 
 
Bridgend head to the Dairy Field for a game held to celebrate Llanharan's 125th anniversary season. The action kicks off at 6:45pm. 
 
Team Manager Ed Griffith, who is a former player for the Dairymen is looking forward to the clash. 
 
'It's going to be a mix between experience and development tomorrow night. Those needing game time after the three week break will play if they haven't played for a feeder club in the last fortnight. 

It's also an opportunity for a few players that we have identified from local clubs to put down a marker for next season's squad selection.

Any game at Llanharan is never easy and so our focus will be on a good performance as part of our preparation for our last two league games.

We look forward to a warm welcome at Llanharan and feel honoured to be closing their on field 125th anniversary celebrations with this game.'

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