Caernarfon


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Caernarfon

, Caernarvon, Carnarvon
a port and resort in NW Wales, in Gwynedd on the Menai Strait: 13th-century castle. Pop.: 9726 (2001)
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The next 15 minutes saw Caernarfon gallop away scoring a further two tries, the first by centre Iolo Huws and the second by Davies, both successfully converted by Morris to move the league leaders 21-0 ahead after half an hour's play.
In the first half a mixed U14/15 Llandudno team played Caernarfon U15s and lost 15-5, with Morgan Owen scoring Tudno's only try.
Specsavers sponsors the Caernarfon rugby team and lends its support to Caernarfon golf club.
However, it was not to be for Cefni as Caernarfon put in a strong showing to bounce back from their loss last week, although the scoreline was far from a true reflection of the game with Llangefni dominating large periods and playing some very good rugby.
U21: 1) Euros Lloyd, Llanrwst; 2) Iwan Harper, Dyffryn Ogwen; 3) Robat Griffith, Caernarfon.
The memorial would have commemorated Glyndwer's siege of Caernarfon Castle in the 15th century.
Christopher Owens, managing director, Alpine Travel, said: "I can confirm that unfortunately in line with a majority of UK travel companies, our travel shop on the Maes in Caernarfon will be closing later this month.
We got on top in the forward battle marginally and that gave us the chance to play front foot rugby while Caernarfon were forced to play off the back foot if you like," said Pesda head coach Will Sandison.
Caernarfon Alight will also see the waterfront brought to life with a torch procession and live music performance.
Closing Caernarfon would also be a blow to the Welsh language, he said.
A TOTAL of 180 jobs could be lost to a town if the Welsh Government decides to shut its offices in Caernarfon, a union claimed last night.
BUSINESSES can paint the town red in Caernarfon after the Buisiness Improvement District(BID) secured its first investment.