IT was a tough day at the office for Burry Port Ladies RFC as Llandaff North ran riot with a 48-7 victory in the Cup quarter-final.
With a number of Cardiff Met and Cardiff Blues players at their disposal, the visitors took control in the first half through a number of early tries.
The Burry Port ladies didn’t give up though and managed to build some momentum to cross over for their only try of the match.
The quality of the opposition took it’s toll in the end, with Llandaff running out a number of late tries to seal their semi-final place.
Speaking after the game, team manager Chris Edmunds said: “A tough day at the office today. We knew we were up against it and were the underdogs.
“We managed to build some momentum in the second half but at the end of the day came up second best against a quality opposition.”
Attention now turns to next week’s league match, where a win for Burry Port ladies would secure the title.