Rumney


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Rum´ney


n.1.A sort of Spanish wine.
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Already this year, one Cardiff club - AFC Rumney Juniors - is trying to emulate the success of the national team and see if the effect of Gareth Bale and Co's success at the Euros can inspire them.
MARLBORO -- Quarterback John Rumney called his group of Panthers a second-half team.
Jason Brian Rumney, 37, was found dead in his home in Lemington, Newcastle, on Sunday, February 26, last year.
TEAM CROSS KEYS RUMNEY 36 18 RUMNEY put up a valiant fight against their Premiership opposition, but it was Cross Keys who took an ultimately comfortable victory.
Full-back Jason Pocock landed two penalties and both conversions, with Rumney outside-half Danny Clark kicking two penalties.
But Dr Tim Rumney and Dr Simon Moore won the battle after the UK Intellectual Property Office dismissed allegations their emblem could cause confusion.
Scott Wilson, aged 21, pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to assaulting taxi driver, Stephen Rumney, with intent to rob him.
Birmingham-based national lifting equipment specialist Lloyds British Testing has acquired Swansea engineering business Rumney Crane for an undisclosed sum.
RELEGATION-threatened RUMNEY squandered an early 12-point advantage to crash 46-22 at home to NARBERTH in the only Lloyds TSB Welsh National League First Division match to survive the big freeze.
Mike "Spike" Watkins, 47, was booted out of Rumney - despite leading them to the Welsh first division title.
Dorothy Rumney, aged 73, was one of a number of disabled passengers who travelled abroad with Saga, a company which specialises in breaks for older holidaymakers.
Julie Rumney, 33, took the cash from four community groups in Dumfermline, Fife.