Pontypridd


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Pontypridd

(ˌpɒntɪˈpriːð)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in S Wales, in Rhondda Cynon Taff county borough. Pop: 29 781 (2001)
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The post office on Mill Street, Pontypridd, shut after the travel firm with which it shared a building, Dennis Pounder Travel, went into liquidation.
The Steelmen, who beat Pontypridd 38-12 in the Grand Final to lift the Premiership trophy for the first time in their history, then travel to Sardis Road for the first league match on Pontypridd's new 3G pitch on September 10, before welcoming Newport to Eugene Cross Park on September 17 followed by Bridgend on September 24.
He added: "We have a strong unit of our own with a large contingent from Premiership finalists Pontypridd and Ebbw Vale and other experienced forwards.
CROSS KEYS 3 PONTYPRIDD 28 PONTYPRIDD began their defence of the Welsh Premiership title with a comfortable win at Pandy Park.
TO celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Welsh national anthem and the 250th anniversary of the Old Bridge in Pontypridd, the town will host various events in the coming months, including:
Llanelli centre Matthew Watkins and Pontypridd fly-half Ceri Sweeney have both been rewarded for consistent club form this season.
FORMER Pontypridd star Neil Jenkins broke the hearts of his former fans.
A DATE for the reopening of the iconic Pontypridd YMCA building has been announced.
BUSINESSES in Pontypridd are being balloted on whether they support the town becoming a Business Improvement District which carries with it an investment of hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Swansea, on half-way, contrived to knock on possession and give Pontypridd skipper Lockyer the chance to scoop up possession and run away down field to dot down and hand the visitors a 7-3 lead after a LK Williams' conversion.
PONTYPRIDD set-up a Welsh Premiership play-off final against either Llanelli or Aberavon after beating Llandovery to finish the season at top of the table.
Last season: Pontypridd 33 Swansea 22; Swansea 42 Pontypridd 16.