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River Llynfi Industrialisation and poor provision of sewerage led to severe water pollution of the river. In the second half of the 20th century, whilst the impact of coal mining diminished, new industries such as cosmetics and toiletries, paper making and sewage disposal continued to maintain the Llynfi in an almost abiotic condition. Strong enforcement action against a number of industries helped to ensure a steady improvement in quality into the 21st century.
Llynfi Road On 8 November 2009 Italy beat Serbia 42-14 and Lebanon beat Ireland 40-16 in a European Cup ranking double header event.
Llynfi Road Professional rugby league returned to the Bridgend county borough as South Wales Scorpions moved to Llynfi Road for the 2014 season.
Llynfi Road A short lived greyhound track was built around the Old Parish Ground owned by Maesteg Rugby Club. The racing took place before World War II.
River Llynfi It runs for around 10 miles from its source north of Maesteg and flows generally southwards through the Llynfi Valley to the confluence with the River Ogmore ("Afon Ogwr") and the River Garw at Aberkenfig ("Abercynffig"). Its main tributaries are Nant Cwm-du and Nant Cedfyw which enter on its left bank and Nant Crynwydd, Nant Sychbant and Nant y Gadlys on its right bank.
Llynfi Road On 13 August 2013, the club's club house was devastated by fire destroying the Sponsor's Lounge including memorabilia and the electricity. Other areas of the club were also damaged by smoke and water. This was a result of an arson attack. This resulted in there being no annual firework display by Maesteg Round Table on 5 November 2013.
Llynfi Road The first senior rugby league match played at Llynfi Road was in 2005 when Bridgend Blue Bulls played Valley Cougars. The game attracted a crowd of around 1,500. The two sides would face each other again in 2010.
River Llynfi The River Llynfi, otherwise referred to as the Llynfi River or "Afon Llynfi" in Welsh, is one of three main tributaries of the River Ogmore or Afon Ogwr.
River Llynfi The Llynfi has endured a long period of industrialisation and coal mining especially around Maesteg. There was an ironworks and brick works at Tondu.
Llynfi Road Llynfi Road is a rugby stadium in Maesteg in Bridgend County Borough, Wales. It is the home of Maesteg RFC and South Wales Scorpions.