Following the final whistle at Stradey Park, Llanelli, past and present rugby legends recall their fondest memories of the ground's 129-year history.
Straeon o'r Strade relives the history of the legendary Stradey Park through the eyes of supporters as well as past players . These include J.J. Williams, Phil Bennett, father and son duo Derek and Scott Quinnell, Handel Greville, Barry John, Rupert Moon, former player-turned-coach Gareth Jenkins, current outside-half Stephen Jones, current captain Simon Easterby and Llanelli's oldest living former player, 92 year-old Harry Davies.
The programme will feature a host of special moments in the ground's history since the gates first opened in 1879 - from the day the Scarlets beat New Zealand 9-3 in sensational fashion in 1972 and the three victories against Australia (1967, 1984 and 1992) to the legacy of rugby legend Ray Gravell, who died last year.
Dafydd Rhys, producer of Straeon o'r Strade, says, "As Stradey Park closes its doors for the final time, we celebrate the ground's legacy through the thoughts and opinions of the Llanelli supporters and those who stepped foot on the turf during their careers.
"We follow four sets of loyal fans as they relive their own set of greatest memories. These include three generations of a family who travel from Bangor to each home match; a group of friends from Aberystwyth; a local family from Gorslas; and four Ammanford sixth-form students who catch the local bus to see the games.
"There is a different set of 'best Stradey Park moments' for each group of supporters and they are all looking forward to more success from the Scarlets as the club re-locates to its new home, Parc y Scarlets."
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