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Drink-driver three times limit had 'slow metabolism'

4:30pm Thursday 17th April 2014

South Wales Guardian: DRUG CHARGE: A Glanamman dad-to-be has admitted possessing cannabis resin.

A 48-year-old Swansea Valley hairdresser who claimed she had not had a drink for more than 12 hours was three times the legal driving limit when stopped by police, a court has heard.

Shopper more than double the drink-drive limit

3:36pm Thursday 17th April 2014

South Wales Guardian: The crunch meeting is now set for Thursday, February 27.

A 62-year-old Bonllwyn man has told magistrates he had no idea he was over the drink-drive limit despite downing wine before he got in his car for a 3pm shopping trip in Ammanford town centre.

Driver admits role in Land Rover theft

2:50pm Thursday 17th April 2014

South Wales Guardian: THEFT: A £9,300 Land Rover Defender was stolen from Tout's Garage, Pontaman by a three-man crew from Merthyr Tydfil.

A 34-year-old man has appeared before magistrates to admit his part in the theft of a £9,300 Land Rover Defender from an Ammanford car sales garage.

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Panthers tamed as unbeaten run comes to an end

5:18pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

South Wales Guardian: ABSOLUTELY FAB: Fabiana O'Callahan set the tone with a huge hit in the opening minutes, but the Panthers saw an end to their unbeaten run.

Penybanc Panthers made the long journey into the heart of the Rhondda Valley safe in the knowledge that a home semi-final tie awaited them regarding of the result thanks to a string of impressive Supercup performances.

Jenkins on song as Amman enjoy back-to-back wins

1:43pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

South Wales Guardian: CLIMBING HIGH: Amman united returned to winning ways with a smart victory over previously unbeaten Trebanos.

Amman United made it two wins in four days thanks to a thrilling victory over Newcastle Emlyn under the Cwmamman Park floodlights to climb to sixth in the table.

Drover fall at Swalec semi-final hurdle

4:45pm Monday 14th April 2014

South Wales Guardian: OUT: Llandovery suffered semi-final heartbreak at the hands of Cross Keys

Llandovery dreams of getting to the Swalec Cup final at the Millennium Stadium on May 4 were shattered when Cross Keys edged them out in a thrilling semi-final at the Gnoll.

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