Historic Llanelli v All Blacks ball up for auction

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A piece of sporting memorabilia from one of the most talked about games in Welsh rugby is being put up for sale.

One of the three match balls from the day Llanelli beat the New Zealand All Blacks at Stradey Park in 1972 has been gathering dust on a sideboard.

Now its owner, Margaret Richards, who won it in a raffle after the game, has decided to auction it off.

She is hoping the ball, signed by both sets of players, can be converted into a couple of thousand pounds.

Abigail Neal reports.

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