gwyniad


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gwyniad

(ˈɡwɪnɪˌæd) or

gwiniad

n
(Animals) a freshwater white fish, Coregonus pennantii, occurring in Lake Bala in Wales: related to the powan
[C17: Welsh, from gwyn white, related to Scottish Gaelic fionn; see finnock]
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WALES RUGBY PREDICTIONS By HYWEL ROBERTS MY match of the day is at Maes Gwyniad where second-placed hosts Bala (P10 W8 L2) can upstage Division One North leaders Nant Conwy (P11 W10 L1) and avenge their narrow 22-20 defeat at Pant Carw earlier in the season.
Moving North, the champagne was flowing in Bala as the Maes Gwyniad outfit clinched the One North title with a 20-7 victory over Nant Conwy.
Meanwhile, the champagne was flowing in Bala as the Maes Gwyniad outfit clinched the One North title with a 20-7 victory over Nant Conwy.
BH BHANG (HINDI) BW BWANA (SWAHILI) CS CSARDAS (HUNGARIAN) CW CWM (WELSH) MH MHORR (ARABIC) MR MRIDANG (SANSKRIT) MW MVULE (SWAHILI) MZ MZEE (SWAHILI) CZ CZAR (RUSSIAN) DH DHOBI (HINDI) DJ DJINN (ARABIC) DS DSO (TIBETAN) DV DVANOVA (SANSKRIT) DZ DZIGGETAI (MONGOLIAN) FJ FJORD (NORWEGIAN) GJ GJU (OLD NORSE) GW GWYNIAD (WELSH) HW HWYL (WELSH) JH JHALA (SANSKRIT) KH KHAN (ARABIC) KV KVASS (RUSSIAN) KW KWEZA (BANTU) LH LHERZOLITE (BASQUE) LL LLAMA (QUECHON) LW LWEI (BANTU) MB MBIRA (SHONA) MG MGANGA (SWAHILI) NG NGAIO (MAORI) NH NHANDOU (TUPI) PF PFENNIG (GERMAN) PZ PZAZZ (U.
Barry Evans of Bala's Y Gwyniad fishing shop believes the 15lb ferox may be a record catch for the lake.
GWYNIAD, roach and perch are feature fish in Bala Lake and although only match-fished once or twice a year, the vast water produced a 13lb 5oz winning catch in the North Wales winter league.
Third place Bala (P8 W6 L2) welcome 6th place Llangefni (P8 W5 L3) to Maes Gwyniad.
In April 2007 in his last game at Maes Gwyniad, Bala, against Nant Conwy, a scrum collapsed and he heard his neck "crack".
We had been out filming the gwyniad - that unique fish which is a relic of the ice age - which only resides in Llyn Tegid.
THIRD-PLACED Bala welcome Caernarfon to Maes Gwyniad on the back of a bonus win at Bethesda in Division One North last week.
We had been making a TVfilm on the elusive Gwyniad on Llyn Tegidat Bala and were returning to the jetty at Glanllyn in that wonderful boat called Brenin Arthur when I saw thousands of mayflies erupting from the water.
Now the "Ystafell Yogi" extension will be officially opened at Maes Gwyniad on Saturday by Welsh Rugby Union president Dennis Gethin unveiling a marble plaque with the same lines of poetry by Beryl Griffiths which also appear on Bryan's gravestone: "Y gwr dewr a'r geiriau doeth Eu cofio fydd ein cyfoeth.