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Neath

(nēth), Welsh Castell-nedd, town (1981 pop. 48,687), Neath Port Talbot, S Wales, on the Neath River. Neath is both a market and an industrial town. Metallurgy and a growing petrochemical industry are important. Ruins remain there of Neath Abbey, founded c.1130.
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In May 2012, Neath Rugby Club escaped a winding-up order at the High Court in London after a dispute over unpaid tax.
Neath narrowed the gap with a successful penalty kick in the 30th minute.
The town is bracing itself for a fit of the giggles this summer as 2015 sees the expansion of the Neath Comedy Festival into a multi-venue event which takes place throughout the whole of July.
Three first-half James Thomas penalties were ultimately enough for Neath to see off their Ospreylian rivals at a monsoon-like Talbot Athletic ground.
This victory put Neath in good heart for their Swalec Cup quarter-final at home to Pontypridd next Saturday, but it came at a cost as number eight Adam Powell, flanker Lee Evans and lock Euros Evans were all injured.
Early Neath dominance only reaped a penalty on 21 minutes by fly-half Lee Jarvis.
Neath brought on Cerith Rees for Matthew Pearce in a planned move for the last quarter to tighten up their defence.
Studies have verified that as little as a 1% change in price can generate a corresponding 11% increase in net earnings," said Martin Neath.
Since her election, Christina Rees, who was formerly married to ex-Welsh Secretary Ron Davies, has changed Neath Voice's privacy setting from public to secret, and regular users have found themselves unable to post messages.
Neath started the better and took an early lead with a try by scrum-half Rhodri Cole, converted by outside-half Joel Matavesi who added a penalty to put Neath 10-0 ahead after 10 minutes.
PRINCIPALITY PREMIERSHIP double champions Pontypridd host former winners Neath on the opening day of the 2014-15 season.
NEATH 15 CARDIFF 14 NEATH took over top spot in the Welsh Premiership but only by the skin of their teeth, thanks to a debatable late Dai Langdon penalty at The Gnoll.