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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THE proposed closure of Maesteg Day Hospital is an "emotionally charged" issue and people will need to have their say, a patient watchdog leader has said.
Running through the richness and variety on offer to supporters 40 or so years ago, they begin the penultimate paragraph thus: "Welsh rugby is a rainy night at the end of the Llynfi Valley watching Maesteg drive forward on their table-top ground."
Flanker Ben Howe went over for a touchdown and Maesteg were also awarded a penalty try.
LUKE Richards kicked four penalties to deliver Maesteg their first home victory of the season and take them off the bottom of the table.
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.
A MEMORIAL commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War has been unveiled in Maesteg.
BRIDGEND County Borough Council's plan to shut Maesteg indoor market is a truly tyrannical state of affairs, instigated by a shortsighted policy formulated by tired local politicians.
THOUGH Maesteg clung on to beat Glamorgan Wanderers, they failed to retain Welsh Premiership status.
Maesteg had the first opportunity with a Luke Richards penalty and although his effort sailed wide Maesteg followed up to gain a Nathan Trowbridge touchdown in the corner.
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.
The Silent Soldier silhouette was officially unveiled by the Maesteg branch of the Royal British Legion and the Mayor of Maesteg Councillor Lynne Beadle.
RICHARDS Dilys Yn dawel, ar Fawrth 10, 2016, bu farw Dilys, Brynmawr Place, Maesteg.