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Aberavon,

Wales: see Port TalbotPort Talbot
, town (1981 pop. 40,078), Neath Port Talbot, S Wales, at the mouth of the Avon (Afan) River on Swansea Bay. Port Talbot is a popular seaside resort. Nearby are the steelworks at Margam and the oil refinery at Baglan.
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Aberavon showed flashes of brilliance but the Bulls managed to deal with their attacking threat, although they did concede a penalty try.
19 ABERAVON came from behind to claim their first win in three games and end Llandovery's unblemished Principality Premiership record.
CARMARTHEN QUINS 20 ABERAVON 13 By RON CHALMERS SECOND-PLACED Aberavon came a cropper against fourth-placed Carmarthen Quins as the race for the title hotted up at a wet and windy Carmarthen Park.
GARRY SCHOFIELD inspired new club Aberavon into some early heroics, but Caerphilly hit back with four second half tries.
Aberavon responded well and won themselves a penalty in a good position.
22 ABERAVON produced a thrilling comeback to claim victory over Neath at the Gnoll in a rainsoaked Boxing Day derby.
CARMARTHEN Quins stunned inform Aberavon to claim a convincing victory at the Talbot Athletic Ground in the Principality Premiership.
LLANELLI 20 ABERAVON 11 SCRUM-HALF Justin James grabbed a late try as Llanelli won their high noon shootout against Aberavon at Parc y Scarlets.
BRIDGEND fullback Gareth Cull scored 15 points as his side blew away Premier Division new boys Aberavon.
ABERAVON MP Stephen Kinnock has entered a gruelling round-the-pier swim event.
Newcomers Ebbw Vale host Llandovery first up, while last year's runners-up Cross Keys start away from home against Aberavon.
ABERAVON gained a bonus point for four tries and became the first side to win at Swansea since last December.