Llanelli


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Llanelli

(θlæˈnɛθlɪ; Welsh hlaˈnɛhliː) or

Llanelly

n
(Placename) an industrial town in S Wales, in SE Carmarthenshire on an inlet of Carmarthen Bay. Pop: 46 357 (2001)
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The dispute between rival factions in Llanelli Plaid has already seen the expulsion of two party stalwarts, including long-serving councillor Gwyn Hopkins, who stepped down last year from Carmarthenshire council.
56 LLANELLI booked a place in the second round of the WRU National Cup with a comfortable victory over Championship side Cardiff Met.
FOR those travelling from north or west Wales via Carmarthen, follow the A484 from Carmarthen towards Llanelli.
BEDFORD 32 LLANELLI 18 LLANELLI led for much of the first half in their quest for an upset, which would have put them in the semifinals of the British and Irish Cup - but top seeds Bedford just proved too powerful.
MOTHERWELL'S Euro rivals Llanelli were robbed of their captain Jock Stein in the 1950s - after a burglary prompted him to return north.
Jenkins last season nominated Jones as captain but the Llanelli fly-half has had a groin injury in recent weeks.
Skipper and man of the match O'Neill also proved a hero in defence as Bangor withstood periods of Llanelli pressure to earn their place against Rhyl or Port Talbot.
Wales coach Steve Hansen last night omitted Llanelli forward Chris Wyatt from his World Cup squad.
STEPHEN JONES kicked Llanelli into the Heineken Cup quarter finals as they recorded a stunning 24-12 victory over European champions and English Premier leaders Leicester at Stradey Park.
40 LLANELLI head coach Phil Davies was delighted after his side turned in their best performance of the season to earn an impressive bonus-point victory over Neath at The Gnoll.
2006/07 UC Q1: Gefle IF 1 Llanelli 2 (agg, 2-1 to Llanelli).