British and Irish Lions rugby fans supporting their team versus New Zealand All Blacks in deciding test at Eden Park,Auckland,New Zealand,July 8th,2017. At Kings Arms pub, the only functioning pub in the quaint village of Llansaint.. Llansaint is a village of farmsteads and cottages originally built around a 12th century church, and is scenically located on a hill overlooking Carmarthenshire Bay,in Carmarthenshire,West Wales.
Llansaint is 10 miles west of Llanelli where at Stradey Park,Llanelli the mighty All Blacks were famously beaten 9-3 by Llanelli RFC on October 31st 1972. A day that would go down in rugby folklore. The stadium has long been demolished, though the original goalposts are landmarks in two new locations.
The Kings Arms pub showed every British and Lions game on the New Zealand tour live on several of its large screens.The pub opened at 8:15am on matchdays for the 8:35am kick offs and full breakfast was served for the three test matches.