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COMMONWEALTH ACTION HITS ABERAVON
COMMONWEALTH ACTION HITS ABERAVON
22 Mar 2006
Some 10,000 miles away, beneath a sunny 20-25ºC sky, 70 nations are locked in battle at the XVIII Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. And with four days of action still to come, spectators can expect some thrilling sporting action.
SEVEN STEPS TO THE COMMONWEALTHS
SEVEN STEPS TO THE COMMONWEALTHS
13 Mar 2006
Where will you watch the Commonwealth Games this year? Straining to see over a quick coffee in the noisy work canteen, or anxiously glued to highlights of the day’s action on local late-night news?
THE ALTERNATIVE LONDON MARATHON: MAKE EVERY MILE COUNT
THE ALTERNATIVE LONDON MARATHON: MAKE EVERY MILE COUNT
11 Mar 2006
In two weeks time, around 33,000 marathon hopefuls will take starters orders at the 26th Flora London Marathon. Bringing together world-class athletes, club runners, fun runners and costumed runners, all will be attempting to make it through the mammoth 26.2 mile course.
SCHOOLS FLY THE COMMONWEALTH FLAG
SCHOOLS FLY THE COMMONWEALTH FLAG
7 Mar 2006
When the Sports Council for Wales set the challenge to three Welsh primary schools and three Melbourne primary schools to produce a picture that depicts the Commonwealth Games, the responses followed thick and fast.
SCARLETS SET TO STOKE RUGBY FIRES
SCARLETS SET TO STOKE RUGBY FIRES
6 Mar 2006
Having booked their place in the Powergen Cup final following a thrilling encounter with Bath in the Millennium Stadium semi-final, Llanelli Scarlets are making sure the entire community region reap the rewards of their good fortune.
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