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Denoting a bright red color tending toward orange.
[Mediev. L. scarlatum, scarlet cloth]
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But Connacht's victory 24 hours later has seen them level with the Scarlets on 49 points with the Irish province and climb above the Welsh region because they have one more win with 10.
Mr Bowen said: "Infinity has a lot of loyal support from organisations in the West Wales area and we see a great synergy between the Scarlets and Infinity on this front.
Evans joined the Scarlets at under 18 level and further developed through the regional Academy.
Scarlets' Lee "Scarlets can confirm tighthead prop Rhodri Jones sustained a dislocated right shoulder, which was relocated while on the field, " the Scarlets said.
Scarlets found themselves 13-8 behind at the break.
Then, another Scarlets old boy, New Zealander Regan King, came on to produce a piece of magic to set up Aurelian Rougerie for the bonus point fourth try after 65 minutes.
At 26, I'm one of the older guys at the Scarlets now and I'm really enjoying my rugby and having a full pre-season this summer will be good for me.
Jordan Williams, 21, will make his 50th appearance for the Scarlets, with the region's top points scorer Rhys Priestland joining Gareth Davies and Rob Evans on the bench having been released by Wales.
Scarlets were already without 18 players through international duty and lost Kristian Phillips inside three minutes.
Luke Hamilton thought he had taken his revenge on the Scarlets by scoring an early try against his old club.
While the RGC side feel that they have improved since then, the same is sure to be true of the Scarlets and it promises to be a highly competitive affair at Parc y Scarlets on Sunday afternoon.
The Scarlets 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.