Jonathan Davies's try gave the Scarlets the lead at home against Connacht two minutes into the game. A conversion and two penalties from Rhys Priestland leaves the Scarlets 13-6 ahead at half time.
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Wales fly-half Rhys Priestland has extended his contract with the Scarlets, putting an end to recent speculation over his rugby future.
The 26-year-old had been linked with clubs in England and France, as well as the possibility of a contract with the Welsh Rugby Union.
This evening's Pro 12 match between Scarlets and Ulster at Ravenhill has been postponed after referee Leighton Hodges deemed the pitch unplayable.
The two teams are now exploring the possibility of playing the game tomorrow at Ravenhill, with tickets purchased for tonight's game valid for the rescheduled match.
Tries from Jordan Williams, Kristian Phillips and Gareth Davies, as well as two from Frazier Climo, help the Scarlets secure victory over Treviso.
It's been a good night for the Scarlets. Despite being 4 points behind at half time, a try from hooker Phillips and 14 points from man of the match Rhys Priestland gave them a huge win.
Meanwhile there are reports that the fly-half will stay with the region despite being linked with French and English clubs.
Hosts Racing Metro are four points ahead of the visitors at half time. The Scarlets are in Paris for the fifth round of the Heineken Cup.
Hosts Scarlets lost against the Ospreys in the Pro12 derby this afternoon.
Despite going into the second half 3-0 down, the Ospreys put on an impressive defensive at Parc y Scarlets to secure their win.
The boot of Rhys Priestland put the 6 point score on the board for the Scarlets with Ospreys' Dan Biggar also scoring one of his own.
The only try of the game was from Ian Evans who touched down five minutes from time.
Final score Scarlets 6 - 10 Ospreys.
The Scarlets have suffered a heavy defeat away at Clermont in the Heineken Cup. They were beaten 32 points to 11 by the French giants. Simon Easterby's men will now welcome today's winners to Parc y Scarlets for the return fixture next weekend in Round 4 of the competition.