Pontypool


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Pontypool

(ˌpɒntɪˈpuːl)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in E Wales, in Torfaen county borough: famous for lacquered ironware in the 18th century. Pop: 35 447 (2001)
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Pontypool could not have been expected to match a Premiership club in Friday night's play-off.
18 PONTYPOOL Try: S Matthews (2); Con: M Lewis; Pens: M Lewis (2).
T was almost like rolling back the years to the glory days of old at Pontypool Park.
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PONTYPOOL, the Division One leaders, threw their hat into the provincial ring last night.
PONTYPOOL won a First Division survival battle amid celebrations that would have graced a Cup Final.
The two famous Welsh clubs went head-to-head in this one-off encounter - with Championship winners Pontypool desperate to finally make the step up after years of knocking on the door.
21 PONTYPOOL Tries: R Nash, K Meek; Con: K Meek; Pens: M Jones, K Meek; DG: M Jones.
PONTYPOOL RFC have shelved plans to leave their historic home in the town after coming to an agreement with the local council over the enclosing of their rugby facility.