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RECREATION
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Belgrade and Moscow. Mr. Llewellyn left for Tokyo on September 26, and returned on October 27. While there, he attended a congress of the International Boxing Association.

Hockey

During October 1963, Rosemary Jones, who lived at 1 Aelybryn, a student at Trinity College, Carmarthen,was chosen to play hockey for Carmarthen County Team. She is a former pupil of Bargoed Grammar Technical School, and was captain of the school team. She also played for South Wales Ladies and Glamorgan County Teams.

Another hockey player from the village, Margaret Jones, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Evan William Jones, 14, Guest Street, was, during February 1964, selected to play hockey for the Wales”B” team. She was then a student at Barry Training College, and during 1963/64 also she played in the position of left inner for the Glamorgan County team First XI, and, whilst a pupil at Bargoed Grammar Technical School, was captain of the school hockey team.

Both Rosemary and Margaret were, in November 1964, also selected to play in the Welsh College Trials at Ely, Cardiff,

Bicycle Road Racing

8 October 1898   Bicycle Race    A large crowd assembled on Pentwyn, Fochriw-road, to witness the long-looked-for three-quarter mile bicycle race, which took place on Monday between Mr. William Payne, Fochriw, and Mr. Jenkin Roberts, Pontlottyn. The former defeated his opponent by 20 yards. E. Tovey, Pontlottyn, acted as referee, and D. Harris, T. Davies, J. Nairn Jones, D. J. Morgan, Rising Sun Inn, Fochriw, kept the road clear.