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Taffy

Welshman who “stole a piece of beef.” [Nurs. Rhyme: Baring Gould, 72–73]
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D25417_1 MENU PLEA: Melanie Taffs and her daughter Tattiana.
Somewhere near Taff's Well the deep water finds a pathway, perhaps a geological fault, which allows the water to return to the surface for the first time since it fell to ground.
Neil Warnock was in his element at Taffs Well last night
Taffs Well railway station with the Garth Works and Estate in the background, which has been earmarked as a potential site for the Cardiff Metro hub RICHARD WILLIAMS
In fairness Taffs Well were far dominant and probably should have been ever further in front by half time.
Blimey, when they raced in the first Taff Swim there were 52 pits in the Rhondda bringing down so much "debris" that when you got home from diving off Penarth Road Bridge your mother chucked you into the bath after making you shake your head over a bucket, collecting enough coal dust to bank up the fire overnight.
In the first, Aberfan Taff parachuted from the spire of a church in the town.
Sean Williams fired Byntirion ahead after only three minutes, while captain Liam Williams struck back for Taffs Well before half-time.
"Taffs Well made it a typical cup tie and credit to them for that," he said.
" I REMEMBER very well the picture being taken, in August 1959, at the Taffs Well baths...
In the meantime the same Welsh Water allowed thousands of gallons to pour into the streets of Taffs Well from a broken main and, despite correspondence and telephone calls, showed no interest in repairing it.
Cardiff club Taffs WS ell must win to go top and then hope West End lose their final match at home to third-placed Cambrian and Clydach.