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ponty

(ˈpɒntɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. (Ceramics) a rod used for shaping molten glass
2. (Ceramics) an ornamental hollow on a piece of blown glass
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The winger raced over with only minutes left on the clock, to add to a first-half try from hooker Ashleigh James and ensure Ponty bounced back from last week's shock defeat at Cross Keys.
LIDO Ponty, the National Lido of Wales, continues to be a splash hit after welcoming its 20,000th visitor just eight weeks after opening to the public.
This dramatic victory was no more than Ponty deserved after a dominant second-half display during which they monopolised possession and created far more than their English rivals.
HARDEEP Chadha has been held responsible for the killing of his elder brother and liquor baron Ponty Chadha by the Delhi Police.
Having beaten Leeds last season to qualify for the cup quarter-finals, Ponty last Sunday again came up trumps, triumphing 30-24 at Headingley.
Summary: The police are also probing the possibility of third party involvement in the sensational murders of Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep.
Liquor Baron Ponty Chadha and his elder brother Hardeep were shot dead in a shootout over a property dispute at a Delhi farmhouse on Saturday.
17 ( ANI ): Delhi Police on Saturday officially confirmed the death of real estate and liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep.
Jenkins landed four penalties to edge Ponty home against Cardiff at Sardis Road.
In a keenly contested first half where both sides battled hard to take complete control Ponty went on the attack from the kick off and in the fourth minute Neil Jenkins put the hosts ahead with a 48-metre penalty after Neath were caught offside at a ruck.
In a disjointed and lacklustre first half Vale took the lead in the fourth minute with a 25-metre penalty from outside half Gareth Cull after Ponty were caught offside in a maul.