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  • Originally from Cilfynydd, Pontypridd, Ivy moved to Ynysybwl in later life and now lives in

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  • Ryan Jenkins, of Ynysybwl, continued his winning ways with a 3-0 win 11-5, 11-2, 11-8 against Blaenavon-based Mike Marsden to take the men's event.

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  • The Old Firm, who remain unbeaten this season, trounced Ynysybwl 39-3 in a bonus-point win.

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  • The Welsh under-11 and under-13 Championships took place in Cardiff last weekend with Jenkins Ynysybwl winning the under-13 boy's singles against Callum Evans, 3-2.

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  • I recall seeing Glyn Jenkins, Ynysybwl, and the late Gillie Farr, Cardiff - two great anglers, coming off the lake each carrying a brace of wild brown trout - and each brace weighing over twelve pounds.

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  • L Goodswen (Ynysybwl) hit 22 pins, P Moore (Mickeys) hit 21 pins

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  • S Lloyd (Ynysybwl) hit 16 pins, J Shaw (Plough) hit 19 pins.

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  • The screening programme was set up after public health experts became concerned about a cluster of cases in the Glyncoch, Rhydyfelin and Ynysybwl communities linked to a 1996 outbreak.

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  • Powell, 28, of New Road, Ynysybwl, admitted two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

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  • He had two sons by his first marriage to Margaret Jones of Ynysybwl, and as one was killed on active service when serving as a First Lieutenant in the Royal Navy during World War II, he was therefore succeeded by his surviving son William

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