Merthyr Tydfil

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Merthyr Tydfil

(ˈmɜːθə ˈtɪdvɪl)
n
1. (Placename) a town in SE Wales, in Merthyr Tydfil county borough: formerly an important centre for the mining industry. Pop: 30 483 (2001)
2. (Placename) a county borough in SE Wales, created from part of N Mid Glamorgan in 1996. Pop: 55 400 (2003 est). Area: 111 sq km (43 sq miles)

Mer•thyr Tyd•fil

(ˈmɜr θər ˈtɪd vɪl)
n.
an administrative district in Mid Glamorgan, in S Wales. 58,500; 43 sq. mi. (113 sq. km).
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SEPTEMBER 7: Bridgend v Aberavon; Carmarthen Quins v Llandovery; Cardiff v Pontypridd; Ebbw Vale v Newport; RGC v Merthyr; Swansea v Llanelli.
RUGBY UNION RGC will host Merthyr in their first game of the new Welsh Premiership season.
October 19: Cardiff v Carmarthen Quins; Llandovery v Bridgend;Llanelli v RGC; Merthyr v Aberavon; Pontypridd v Ebbw Vale; Swansea v Newport.
HENDON..............................3 MERTHYR TOWN...............0 A DAY to forget for Merthyr in North London as they crashed to a three goal defeat at Hendon and finished the game with ten men after Ashley Evans received his second yellow card late on.
February 29: Swansea v RGC; Llanelli v Aberavon; Cardiff v Bridgend; Pontypridd v Newport; Carmarthen v Ebbw Vale; Llandovery v Merthyr. March 7: Llandovery v Swansea; Newport v Llanelli; Aberavon v Cardiff; Bridgend v Carmarthen; Merthyr v Pontypridd; Ebbw Vale v RGC.
BANBURY UTD...................3 MERTHYR TOWN..............3 THE Martyrs returned from Oxfordshire with a point courtesy of Owain Jones' 90th-minute equaliser, but it was no more than Merthyr deserved on the day having played a full part in a pulsating 90 minutes.
Merthyr celebrate last season's Premiership title success
MERTHYR TOWN.................4 GOSPORT BOR.....................2 GAVIN Williams' Martyrs made it seven points out of nine with a deserved victory over Gosport and will feel happy with a solid start to the campaign Merthyr raced into a three-goal lead inside 23 minutes which left the visitors reeling.
MERTHYR TOWN..............1 ST NEOTS...........................0 A JARRAD Wright header inside two minutes settled this mid-table encounter and Merthyr will feel their performance merited a larger margin of victory.
BANBURY UTD..................3 MERTHYR TOWN..............3 MERTHYR Town returned from Oxfordshire with a point courtesy of Owain Jones' 90th-minute equaliser, but it was no more than they deserved on the day having played their part in a pulsating 90 minutes.
MERTHYR TOWN...............3 ST IVES TOWN...................2 MERTHYR snatched victory from the jaws of defeat with a bizarre penalty deep into injury-time converted by Ian Traylor.
ON the day Merthyr were simply second best against a Weymouth side still very much in contention for promotion via the play-offs.