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This is why Wales is called Wales – WalesOnline


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This is why Wales is called Wales
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The words “Wales” and “Welsh” come from the Anglo-Saxon use of the term “wealas” to describe (among other things) the people of Britain who spoke Brittonic – a Celtic language used throughout Britain which later developed into Welsh, Cornish, Breton

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[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 16:02:00 GMT


Georgia 0-1 Wales – BBC Sport


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Georgia 0-1 Wales
BBC Sport
Tom Lawrence's thunderous second-half strike against Georgia kept Wales' hopes of automatic World Cup qualification alive and in turn boosted their prospects of reaching the play-offs. Wales are second in Group D, one point behind leaders Serbia and
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[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 21:14:28 GMT


The best businesswomen in West Wales honoured at awards show – WalesOnline


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The best businesswomen in West Wales honoured at awards show
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The best businesswomen in west Wales were honoured at a prestigious awards show at the Mecure Hotel in Swansea. The event, hosted by South Wales Evening Post, Swansea Bay Business Life and WalesOnline, saw more than 200 guests enjoy lunch at …

[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 19:55:19 GMT


Wales fans just brilliantly defied Georgia`s `disrespectful` attempt to stop the Welsh anthem halfway through – WalesOnline


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Wales fans just brilliantly defied Georgia's 'disrespectful' attempt to stop the Welsh anthem halfway through
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This was the superb moment Wales and their fans refused to stop singing the Welsh anthem despite Georgia's attempts to cut them off in their prime. The 2,000 travelling Welsh supporters and the players were just about to burst into the chorus of the

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[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 16:57:18 GMT


Georgia vs Wales LIVE score: Latest updates, goals and commentary from World Cup 2018 qualifier – The Sun


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Georgia vs Wales LIVE score: Latest updates, goals and commentary from World Cup 2018 qualifier
The Sun
Therefore Wales' two wins against Moldova make no difference to their ranking, but sloppy draws against Georgia, Serbia and Austria could do real damage. Four points should be enough, but Wales will be keeping a close eye on the results of teams like …

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[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 12:57:17 GMT


Wales vs Ireland: Kick-off time, TV channel, team news and live stream for World Cup qualifier – The Sun


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Wales vs Ireland: Kick-off time, TV channel, team news and live stream for World Cup qualifier
The Sun
What TV channel is the match on? The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and S4c. Coverage will start at 7pm and the show will end at 10pm. It will also be live streamed on the SkyGo app.

[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 19:32:00 GMT


The Cardiff Blues vs Dragons player ratings as young Wales hopeful steals the show and Gavin Henson impresses – WalesOnline


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The Cardiff Blues vs Dragons player ratings as young Wales hopeful steals the show and Gavin Henson impresses
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Seasoned Wales wing Cuthbert made a mark as he was rewarded for his industry with a try. Wales Under-20 international Gasson was a late call-up for Jared Rosser and got stuck in, being rewarded by being on the end of a spectacular break-out for a score.

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[META]Read More First Published: Fri, 06 Oct 2017 21:00:26 GMT


The lost kingdoms of Wales – WalesOnline


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The lost kingdoms of Wales
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Wales was rarely one kingdom and, following the departure of the Romans in the fifth century, it evolved into several, some of which were smaller, “petty” kingdoms. Mountains, forests, glens, rivers and moors contributed to a strong sense of localism

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[META]Read More First Published: Thu, 05 Oct 2017 14:02:13 GMT


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