A rugby match last Saturday was called off because of a collapsed mineshaft.
It was a Division Three West Central C clash between Furnace and Cefneithen.
It led to a terse statement from Cefneithen when Llanelli-based Furnace informed them their ground on Castle Colliery Road, in the town, had pools of water on it that got onto the playing surface from a collapsed shaft nearby.
Cefneithen are the Welsh club who have only played four games this season because their games keep getting called off for a range of reasons, including a clash with Wales' autumn internationals, ground conditions, opposition unable to raise teams and even a wedding.
But Furnace have hit back at Cefneithen - the home club of Barry John and Carwyn James - and insist there were 'genuine' reasons for calling the match off.