Did someone say... LOCAL DERBY?! 🧐 Victoria Road will today host the first Port Talbot Derby between @PortTalbotTown and @trefelinbgc at second-tier level. This is Trefelin's Cymru South debut and what a way to start than against your town rivals! 🆚 #JDCymruSouth
Uchafbwyntiau | Highlights Port Talbot 1-1 Cambrian a Clydach Cambrian a Clydach yn ennill 4-2 ar giciau o'r smotyn #CwpanNathanielMG.
Highlights from the JD Cymru South football match between Taffs Well FC and Pontypridd Town FC. A tame first half was followed by six goals in the second half, ...
Something different on the channel, I take a trip to Port Talbot to see my Talbot buddies as the team go up against their rivals, Afan Lido. A big derby game and ...
My incredible visit to Afan Lido's Marston's Stadium for the Sandfields derby between Afan Lido and Port Talbot Town! An absolute epic of a game which ...
Port Talbot Town Football Club is a Welsh football club from Port Talbot. It was founded in 1901 as Port Talbot Athletic, one of the first clubs in the country.
The Port Talbot & District Football League, also known as the M.P.N. Port Talbot Football League for sponsorship reasons, is a league competition featuring non-professional association football clubs in the area of Port Talbot, South Wales. Founded in 1926, it is one of the oldest such competition in Wales.
Pontypridd Rugby Football Club are a rugby union team from Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales. They compete in the Principality Premiership, which they won for four consecutive seasons between 2012 and 2015, and the WRU National Cup which they have won on 6 occasions with the most recent being in 2014.
In 1991 Pontypridd Sports & Social Club joined forces with Ynysybwl FC who were both struggling clubs and moved to Ynysangharad Park in Pontypridd in the year 1991 when they were helped by local businessman Clayton Jones.It was decided in their second season at the Park that they should be called Pontypridd Town AFC and as the Dragons.. The club have been members of the[Welsh Football League since 1992 and the Football Association of Wales.
Port Talbot is a town and community in the county borough of Neath Port Talbot, Wales. It is 7 miles (11 km) to the east of Swansea across the Swansea Bay, with a population, in 2011, was 37,276.
Port Talbot Parkway railway station is a railway station in Port Talbot, Wales. The station is located at street level near Station Road in Port Talbot town centre.
Port Talbot Steelworks is an integrated steel production plant in Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, Wales, capable of producing nearly 5 million tonnes of steel slab per annum, making it the larger of the two major steel plants in the UK and one of the largest in Europe. Over 4,000 people work at the plant.
Port Talbot was the name of a community located west of Port Stanley, about one hour's drive south from London Ontario, Canada where Talbot Creek flows into Lake Erie. The village was the original commercial nucleus for the settlement which developed on 5,000 acres of land granted to Thomas Talbot in 1800 by the Crown along the northwestern shore of Lake Erie.
The Port Talbot Railway and Docks Company was formed in 1894 to secure the means of bringing minerals, chiefly coal, to the harbour in South Wales. It took over the docks at Port Talbot that had been operated by the Port Talbot Company.
The Port Talbot Deanery is a Roman Catholic deanery in the Diocese of Menevia that covers several churches in Neath Port Talbot and the surrounding area.The dean is centred at St Joseph Church in Port Talbot.
Port Talbot Lifeboat Station was opened in 1966 as an Inshore Lifeboat Station with a D-class (EA16) lifeboat. The station is currently housed in a purpose built building close to the coastguard and lifeguard station that was finished in 1998.
Port Talbot English is a variety of Welsh English spoken in Port Talbot, generally by the working class.
Pontypridd is both the county town of Rhondda Cynon Taf in Wales and a community. Often colloquially known as "Ponty", it is 12 miles (19 km) north of Cardiff.