The pupils Mr Yorath remembered included John Davies, Colin Young, Raymond (Titchy Lewis), John Neathy, Barbara Davies, John
Blight, Beatty Nowel, Ronnie Rendal and a boy called Tobin.
1 David Harman, Trevor Davies, John
Dymond, Michael Wilson & Ian Amey were the line-up of which quirkily named popular act of the late 1960s ?
But there wasn't even time to shout "Oh God", before those waters came with such ferocity that timber, concrete and mud crushed 14 "toilers" to death - Charles Johnson, Thomas McNicholas, John Mathews, William Saunders, James O'Keefe, Thomas Shaw, John Leighton, William Rogerson, William Reed, Henry Davies, John
Lloyd, Robert Shaw, Thomas Gouldson, Albert Bethel.
Y ser: Owain Tudur Jones, William Thomas, Caryl Parry Jones, Shelley Rees, Rhian Morgan, Jess Davies, John
Jones a Barri Griffiths
Other award winners were Janet Brown, Guy Brennan, Jack Carter, Joanne Coates, Peter Davies, John
Morris, John Reid, Jason Stephens, Paul Wilson and Chris Wood.
Edited by Chris Davies, John
Coleman, and Sonia Livingstone
WALLY Barnes, David Coleman, Barry Davies, John
Motson, Jimmy Hill, Des Lynam, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Mark Lawrenson and Alan Hansen have all featured over the years.
For the B, Brian Nock, George Carmichael, Bryan Jones and Brian Trindle beat John Davies, John
Cook, Bob Saunders and the impressive Roger Smith 17-13 and Dennis Aitcheson, Roy Stiles, John Hanmore and Clive Burbage beat Roy Sheridan, Bill Preston, Andy Botley and Norman Stephens 21-13.
Four Tory backbenchers, David Davis, Philip Davies, John
Baron and Richard Shepherd, voted with the opposition parties.
Sam Perry, Michael Wilde, Hannah Davies, John
HERE WE GO: John Inverdale at Norton Archers' Club, top; Sharron Davies, John
Inverdale, Daley Thompson, torch bearer Lisa Askew and David Moorcroft, above, and Sharron Davies left with some of the children Pictures by KATIE LUNN
Bydd Rhodri Davies yn cael cwmni'r Huw Llywelyn Davies, John
Hardy ac Alun Wyn Bevan.