has dropped 16 kilos in the pre-season and his scrummaging is now very dominant.'
"We would also like to have a look at Feao
who is also coming back to fitness.
'I think we tended to take it back to the back a bit, but it was a good win for players such as Gareth Taylor and Feao
Vunipola, who used to play for Pontypool, while coach Roger Bidgood and our Director of Coaching David
The Glamorgan County side is as follows: Craig Williams (Pontypridd), Daran Griffiths (Aberavon), Paul Morgan (Aberavon), Neil Lewis (Aberavon), Paul Bamsey (Aberavon), Ceri Sweeney (Pontypridd), Carl Hammans (Treorchy), Aled Jones (Caerphilly), Feao
Vunipola (Pontypridd), Lloyd Howells (Pontypridd), Ian Strang (Nantymoel), Mervyn Meredith (Aberavon), Phil Wheeler (Cardiff), Howard Merritt (Aberavon), Chris Kinsey (Aberavon, capt).
Vunipola's brother Feao
, who lives in Wales, has travelled to Nuneaton to give his support to the family and feels that the situation could have been handled better.
15 Sione Tuipolutu - rugby player 14 Ryan Howells - carpenter 13 Rob Higgitt - student 12 Roddy Boobyer - accountant 11 Taumaholo Taufahema - rugby player 10 Justin Thomas - school teacher 9 Allen Chiltern - financial advisor 1 Lee Manning - fireman 2 Christian Ferris - fireman 3 Darren Sweet - fireman 4 Darren Davies - electrician 5 Paul Jones - electrical supplies distributor 6 Gareth Jones - business development advisor 7 Joe El-Abd - student 8 Mark Workman - IT consultant Replacements 16 Luke Richards - rugby player 17 Geraint Lewis - school teacher 18 Robert Bilton - builder 19 Geraint Liddon - carpenter 20 Feao
Vunipola - quantity surveyor 21 Neil Watkins - salesman 22 Simon Grainger - student
"The Home Office is saying Elisi is an illegal immigrant, but we think it could have been handled better and it has happened out of ignorance," said Vunipola's brother Feao
ONE-HANDED Caerphilly's Feao
Vunipola takes on the Llandovery defence.
Vunipola, Sione Tuipulotu and Taunaholo Taufahema all require permits to travel to Italy on their Tongan passports but found them-selves engulfed in notorious Italian red tape.
Caerphilly had to resort to calling up veteran Tim Carless to their bench last week with Feao
Vunipola unable to obtain a work permit.
The Castletown club also had to do without the services of Tongans Sione Tuipulotu and Feao
Vunipola, who were left behind at Stansted Airport following a visas mix-up.
Caer's replacements bench includes ex-Tonga captain Feao
Vunipola, who missed the opening weeks of the Celtic League due an administrative blunder that ruled him illegible to play under the overseas quota, as well as Fionn McCloughlin, the son of British Lion and Ireland prop Gerry McCloughlin.