The last-minute try of Rhys Patchell gave the Scarlets a win of 33-26 in their game of pre-season at Bristol.
At the half time Scarlets had trailed 26-12, but beckoned a senior players batch from the bench and then they scored three tries with the help of the Ryan Elias hooker, Steff Evans wing and Patchell fly-half.
Samson Lee Prop came on as well to prove his fitness after recovering from the knee injury, which made him to miss the summer tour of Wales.
The hat-trick of Aled Summerhill saw Cardiff Blues claim a victory of 34-23 at their friendly London Scottish.
During the first half of the match, the wing scored two times, and Kirby Myhill and Harri Millard also crossed to help Blues take the lead to 24-11 at the break.
Summerhill and Macauley Cook went over in the second period
Jack Roberts, who was playing at the Centre, and signed from Leicester Tigers along with flanker Jim Botham, made their debuts in Blues.
On the other hand, the Dragons lost 50-24 against Exeter who is the champions Aviva Premiership at Sandy Park.
In spite of two center’s first-half tries Adam Warren, Exeter led the match with 21-14 at half-time. And they even pulled away the match after the restart, even though Adam Hughes wing added a third try.
On Sunday, Ospreys lost from bath with the score 14-28 at the Liberty Stadium.
Joe Thomas playing at the Centers and Owen Watkin in the second half crossed for the home side, with James Hook converted both tries.
Luke Charteris and Rhys Priestland (Welsh internationals) began the match for the visitors; however, Sam Underhill the former Ospreys flanker missed the fixture through injury for his new team.
More information can be collected online about the Wasps performance.