Maesteg


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Maesteg

(mīstāg`), town (1981 pop. 20,888), Bridgend, S Wales. Formerly a coal-mining town, it now manufactures clothing and cosmetics.
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Maesteg went ahead with a Nathan Trowbridge touchdown in the corner, but Cardiff made inroads into the Maesteg half, a Lee Halfpenny penalty pulling back three points.
Work has begun on a 10-year project to transform the former Coegnant Colliery and Maesteg Washery site into a community woodland for the Llynfi Valley.
ON the final day of the Thomas Carroll South Wales Cricket Association season, there were celebrations at Aberdare, Maesteg and Pwll, who all claimed their respective crowns with wins, but heartbreak for Briton Ferry Steel and Llantiwt Major Cavaliers, who both narrowly missed out on promotion.
13 Office immediately Business Centre, Maesteg 8 538 PS368.
CROSS Keys piled on the misery for bottom-of-the-table Maesteg with a determined win in awful conditions at Pandy Park.
ANOTHER crucial goal by Lee Thomas - his 16th of the season - just five minutes into the tie set up Llandudno for a smash-and-grab raid on South Wales hosts Maesteg Park.
02 Industrial unit UNDER OFFER Maesteg Business Centre, Bridgend 2 538 PS369.
Maesteg Celtic players with the Four South West trophy * Division Two North champions Dolgellau * Ynysybwl entertain Penallta last season * Division Three North champions Shotton Steel * 2012 Silver Ball winners Glynneath were also Division Two West champions
25 MAESTEG capped a successful season when they held off a spirited display by Kenfig Hill to win the Swalec Plate at the Millennium Stadium yesterday.
LUKE Richards kicked four penalties to deliver Maesteg their first home victory of the season and take them off the bottom of the table.
KNOCKOUT kings Brymbo won the Welsh Intermediate Cup at the first attempt with a 74-run victory over Maesteg Celtic at Newtown - to become the last holders of this national trophy.
It opened for the first time at 8am on Tuesday to serve breakfast and those people who were among the first through the doors believe the new Wetherspoon's hostelry will give Maesteg a welcome boost.