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Bala

Lake. a narrow lake in Gwynedd: the largest natural lake in Wales. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
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Bala was a much-loved member of the herd and was known among keepers and visitors for her playful charisma.
BANGOR CITY 2 BALA TOWN 4 (Europa League play-off semi-final 2012/13): It was our 12th win on the bounce and we produced a great team performance.
Jailed for their part in an illegal working scam are, from the top, Stockton man Casmir Ekwugha, Yilkyes Finok Bala and his wife Giwo Faith Bala-Tonglele
However, people from his centre joined forces with Bala Sailing Club to help the casualty.
Mrs Bala had worked at the Shobha UK Ltd for 10 years says during this time says she didn't receive any health and safety training at all during her employment and was even required to supply her own safety footwear.
While this may well be true, Bala severely overstates his case.
We had heard rumors that Wakestock was moving, despite assurances from organizers that it would be back in Bala," says Susan Pryke.
Throughout the book, Bala emphasizes how people on both sides of this artificially imposed national frontier have been and remain socially connected; indeed, they are so closely connected historically and culturally, she argues, that they could essentially be viewed as one people.
Delighted Bala boss Colin Caton said afterwards, "They were very predictable, played a long ball game and we defended magnificently throughout the game.
AN athlete who died while taking part in a triathlon in Bala has been named as Daniel Cavanagh.
Ian Sheridan stole the limelight with a goal either side of half-time, but Bala were heroes to a man to end Bangor's six-year run on the Euro stage.
BALA TOWN will host WREXHAM in a friendly on Tuesday, July 31 (7.