Caerleon


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Caerleon

(kɑːˈlɪən)
n
(Placename) a town in SE Wales, in Newport county borough on the River Usk: traditionally the seat of King Arthur's court. Pop: 9392 (2001)
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Caer is the Celtic word for Castle, and is still to be found in many Welsh names, such as Carnarvon, Caerleon, and so on.
one east 2 September 2017: Risca v Penallta, Dowlais v Ynysybwl, Nelson v Pontypool Utd, Blaenavon v Brynmawr, Croesyceiliog v Abertillery BG, Caerleon v Brecon.
Caerleon is pretty special for history-lovers due to its vast amount of Roman and Iron Age history.
Students from Caerleon Comprehensive School in Newport, will put on a unique set of short plays entitled True Cost to demonstrate the dangers and consequences of drinking.
There have been no con-firmed sightings of the 30-year-old dad of two since was last seen at 11pm on Saturday, December 7, at Boleros in Caerleon.
THIS really was a Classic confrontation, with the previous year's Oaks winner Time Charter facing her successor Sun Princess, who shared favouritism with Vincent O'Brien's French Derby winner Caerleon in a field of nine.
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The Wrexham hosts made light of injuries and ineligibility to make the perfect start but Caerleon showed their mettle in the first period as Chris Jones tested debutant keeper Adam McGee who also pulled off saves from Chris Pearce and Luke Cueto.
Since it was fitted outside a Spar store in Caerleon Road, Newport, South Wales, earlier this year, it has had a dramatic impact.
The legion from Bergamo in northern Italy turned up to put on a display at the Roman town of Caerleon, near Newport, Gwent.
BANGOR CITY were thrown a financial lifeline when they swept into the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup with a 4-1 victory at Welsh League side CAERLEON.
The 4-year-old daughter of Caerleon has developed into one of the nation's top female turf stars.