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CARMARTHEN ATHLETIC & Their Role With Ken Owens & Grand Slam Success

The Athletic was founded on D-Day during World War 2 back in 1944 and takes pride in its community links to the Town and neighbouring villages. I spoke with fixture secretary Nigel Herbert about the club and Ken Owens. When does rugby begin at Carmarthen Athletic?Under 7s all the way up to under 16s and then youth team too. At ...
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HENDY RFC & Their Role In Grand Slam Success

HENDY RFCHendy RFC celebrated 125 years in rugby last year and for a small village it has contributed greatly to Welsh rugby, Josh Adams is the most recent player from Hendy to wear the Welsh jersey. I spoke with first team coach Chris Morgan about the club and Josh. When does rugby begin at Hendy? Starts at under 6’s but ...
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COULD THE OSPREYS LEAVE THE WRU AND JOIN THE ENGLISH RUGBY UNION?

It is a very bold statement from the region who are clearly incredibly annoyed with the way that the week has unfolded. Backed into a corner, anything seems possible but this seems like a clear hint that we could be seeing a potential break away from the Welsh Rugby Union, or at least a threat of it, something which the ...
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TYCROES TOO STRONG FOR LOUGHOR IN HIGH WINDS

TYCROES 20 – 3 LOUGHORIn rain and wind that made conditions difficult, Tycroes were the deserved winners in this mid-table clash and the win meant they changed places in the league. Playing with the wind first half the Rams kept play in the Loughor half and put the visitors scrum in difficulty with their powerful scrummaging. Flanker Sam Icke was ...
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LLANGENNECH KEEP PRESSURE ON ‘FOEL

GOWERTON 19 – 32 LLANGENNECHDespite scoring a delightfully clever try in the first ten minutes through evergreen prop Craig Thomas, Gowerton found themselves under pressure for most of the first half. Llangennech’s powerful pack and surging runners controlled matters well and they entered half time 18-5 up ...
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DUNVANT WEATHER THE GORSEINON STORM

Gorseinon kicked off with a strong cross wind in support but Dunvant very quickly mounted their first attack resulting in a penalty in front of the posts. Logic says in these conditions to take the points but scrum half Ben Ley took a quick tap and go, and after some dogged defending the ball was passed left  for flanker Jamie ...
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BONUS POINT FOR PROMOTION CHASING PENCLAWDD

PENCLAWDD 26-7 FISHGUARD On a cold and blustery day in Penclawdd, the home side overcame the visitors with an excellent first half display. Penclawdd were quick out of the blocks with early pressure forcing a penalty on the Fishguard 5m line. A slick driving lineout allowed openside flanker Danny James to go over, only for him to be denied by ...
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DARTS: SWANSEA YOUNGSTERS SHOWCASE TALENT

With darts becoming a global sport and growing even bigger in stature, the Junior Darts Cooperation have been giving the youngsters the opportunity to showcase their talents. Four youngster from Swansea travelled to Dorchester for the youth tour 3&4 to try their luck on the youth circuit. Tour 3 seen Taylor Smoldon have possibly the worst draw possible as he ...
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161 CHECKOUT WINS IT FOR CARMARTHENS JAMIE LEWIS V FORMER WORLD CHAMPION ADRIAN LEWIS

The first major after the world championships is the ever popular UK open held at Minehead Butlins. With the tournament known as the FA cup of darts, it pits the amateurs against the best in the world.      Due to their world rankings Carmarthen’s Jamie Lewis and pontyberem’s Jonny Clayton entered the fray at round 4. Jamie being drawn to ...
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SWANSEA TITANS REACH SEMI-FINAL IN AMERICAN FOOTBALL THRILLER

After clinching 2nd place in the Premiership South the Titans faced off at home against the current national champions the Durham Saints. This was the first time the Titans had ever played a premiership play-off game at home with their two previous attempts being away loses to Stirling and Loughborough.  This time on home turf and coming off the back ...
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