**The Guinness PRO14 may have come to a pause but that does not stop us from recalling classic fixtures from yesteryear.** \n\nThe coronavirus pandemic has brought a halt to sport all across Europe, leaving many fans without their weekly fix of action, including the loss of what would have been a Welsh derby between Scarlets and Dragons this weekend. \n\nIt is a rivalry that has brought no shortage of entertaining games over the years, including a tight 22-20 fixture played out earlier this season at Rodney Parade, where 17 points from Sam Davies gave Dean Ryan’s side the edge.\n\nBut today our attention turns back to the autumn of 2016, when the Scarlets pulled off a narrow victory of their own. \n\nScarlets would go on to claim their maiden title in the PRO12 that season, beating Munster at the Aviva Stadium with an emphatic six-try drubbing. \n\nYet, it was back in October against their bitter rivals the Dragons that Scarlets battled to a victory that would help them embark upon an historic surge to the title. \n\nAfter starting the season with three defeats, Scarlets looked to be heading for trouble, but wins over Connacht and Benetton helped them turn a corner before they welcomed Kingsley Jones’ Dragons to Llanelli. \n\nWales internationals packed both starting line-ups with Liam Williams, Scott Williams, Ken Owens and Wyn Jones featuring for Scarlets while Hallam Amos, Jack Dixon and Cory Hill all took to the field for the Dragons.