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THE SASH  Wednesday November 25th 2009


The Weekly Online Newsletter of Sarsfields GAA Club.   



Leinster Junior Hurling Semi-Final: Edenderry 2-14 Sarsfields 3-7


By Tony Ryan

Edenderry deservedly qualified for the Leinster Special Junior Hurling final after overcoming a tenacious Sarsfields side  in Sarsfields Park on Sunday afternoon by four points in atrocious conditions. However before their victory was secure, Edenderry had to withstand a frenetic last few minutes in which their 14 man defence was pinned down as Sarsfields tried desperately but ultimately without success to get a late goal that might have turned the game in their favour.

            The game ebbed and flowed throughout with neither side managing to dominate completely. While the lead changed hands on a number of occasions during the game  it was Sean Óg Farrell’s goal with 8 minutes remaining and Edenderry’s second in as many minutes that was the decisive score and turning point of the game as it put Edenderry 5 points clear for the first time in the game, 2-13 to 3-5. It was a lead they never subsequently surrendered although thereafter they had to fight a rearguard action for most of the remaining minutes to retain that lead which they resolutely did.

            Edenderry were quickest to adapt to the difficult conditions with a swirling breeze that did neither side any favours. After 10 minutes they had raced into a 0-5 to 0-1 advantage with excellent scores from Man of the Match Killian Farrell (0-2) Francis Glennen (0-1) and Sean Óg Farrell (0-2) to a solitary Ciaran Lynch point for Sarsfields. However Sarsfields refused to panic. They gradually began to settle and within the space of two minutes Edenderry were rocked by two Sarsfields goals, one apiece from corner forward Mick Aherne after a great pass from full forward Kevin Healey and half forward Ciaran Lynch who despite the attention of a number of defenders unleashed a powerful shot from 20 metres.

 Thus as the midway point approached Edenderry found themselves two points in arrears 2-1 to 0-5. They responded well to being suddenly on the back foot for the first time in the game. Killian Farrell, the ever present danger to the Sarsfields defence replied with 3 successive points to edge Edenderry one clear before a fine long range point from midfielder Olan O’Mahony regained parity for Sarsfields with five minutes remaining to the break. It was Sarsfields who finished the stronger and Mick Aherne scored  two 25metres frees  to leave the home side two ahead at the break 2-4 to 0-8.

            Within two minutes of the restart Edenderry were level again after a point and a converted free from Killian Farrell. As the game continued in its ebb and flow mode, Thomas Lawless pointed Sarsfields ahead only to see his effort cancelled out a minute later by Killian Farrell. Edenderry midfielder Martin Keogh pointed his side ahead again, 0-12 to 2-5 after great solo run from midfield. A few minutes later it was the other Farrell, Sean Óg’s  turn to score when he edged his side two clear 0-13 to 2-5 with another excellent score

At this point at the three quarter stage it appeared that Edenderry dominating all over the pitch might have finally put the Sarsfields resistance behind them and would put some rapidly disappearing daylight between themselves and Sarsfields. That idea was quickly dispelled when a long ball from Sarsfields midfielder John Joyce deceived everybody including the Edenderry goalkeeper Brendan McCabe to strike the net and put Sarsfield once again  ahead 3-5 to 0-13.

This was a goal that should have galvanised Sarsfields to strike for home instead it was Edenderry who kept their composure and recovered quickly from the setback. The ball was quickly swept down field and Francis Glennen hit a low angled shot close in from the left past Sarsfields goalkeeper Dermot Maguire to put Edenderry back in front. Then two minutes later came Sean Óg Farrell’s decisive goal when he strode from the right wing having caught the ball behind the Sarsfields defence and made no mistake with only the keeper to beat. There then followed the sustained period of Sarsfields pressure until the final whistle with Edenderry only managing to make one solitary break past midfield to score their final point of the game fittingly from Killian Farrell. Sarsfields’ pressure yielded only one point from centre back Frank Maguire right on the stroke of full time and having earlier leaked two goals in two minutes it was to little to late to salvage the sinking ship.  


While the conditions worsened as the game progressed and were not conducive to good hurling both teams deserve credit for producing a close encounter with many passages of skilful play. It was the skill and the display of one man in particular, ex Offaly Senior hurler Killian Farrell that stood out like a beacon, illuminating the prematurely darkening afternoon. While his personal haul of 9 points was undoubtedly a significant factor in Edenderry’s win so also was his team mates refusal to panic or yield each time Sarsfields stung them with goals to hit the front.       







Sarsfields: Dermot Maguire, Dane Barrett, Sean Clandillon, Paul Murray, Keith Walsh, Frank Maguire(0-1) David Breslin, Olan O’Mahoney (0-1) John Joyce (1-1) Dennis O’Callaghan, Tomas Lawless (Capt) (0-1),Ciaran Lynch (1-1) Mick Aherne(1-2), Kevin Healey, Conor O’Dwyer. Subs: Brendan Cawley for Paul Murray (injured 35 mins)


Edenderry: Brendan McCabe, Tom Foye, Conleth Carey, Shane Kelly, David Hanlon, Owen Kelly, Derek Egan, Shane Connell, Martin Keogh (0-1) Geard Hanlon (capt) Killian Farrell (0-9) Sean Óg Farrell (1-3) Jason Carey, Mattie Moore, Francis Glennen(1-1) Subs:   James Coffey for Jason Carey( 40mins








Brave Sash submit to Balyna in extra-time

Last Updated Nov 2009

By Brendan Coffey
IN a game of contradictions, Balyna prevailed by four points after enduring an extra-time they were lucky to participate in.

Sean Hurley’s angled free four and a half minutes into second half injury-time left the sides deadlocked at 0-9 each. Sarsfields deserved to win as much as their opponents at that stage, having battled bravely with 14 men since the 23rd minute and now they had to watch their lead slip away with the last kick of normal time.

Having watched their opponents lay waste to more than a dozen chances, the Sash had every right to feel hard done by.

When they reconvened for the extra periods they were back to their full compliment of 15 but they were also put back in their place by a superior side. If Balyna show as much heart as the Newbridge men did here they’ll be an unstoppable force. Now they know they’ve used their get out of jail free card.

There was an omen before the beginning. Midfielder Keith Cribbin forgot his boots and the referee had to wait a few moments while he belatedly laced up after his mother had fetched the precious cargo. It was all downhill for the Kildare star from then on as his many skills deserted him and while he still attracted fouling opponents when he got on the ball it proved to be a ‘mare of an afternoon. A missed free late in the game from in front of the posts compounded his misfortune and he was as relieved as anyone to see his teammate Hurley shoot Balyna into overtime five minutes later.

Despite playing against the elements Sarsfields began brightly after conceding the opening score to Niall Vaughan with just 20 seconds played. They worked hard to win possession and persevered going forward when the elements did their level best to drive them back. Sean Campbell rifled over a fine point after four minutes, a low effort that teased the cross bar, and Ray Cahill added a free in the 11th minute to secure the lead.

It was quickly wrestled away from them, two points in four minutes from Cathal McNally and a long range Ciaran Graven free made it 0-3 to 0-2 but Balyna managed just one more point before the break; Paul Cribbin soloing down the left wing before cutting back on to his right foot for a breathtaking score from near the sideline.

And wind-assisted Balyna were given a further boost 23 minutes into the opening half when a high tackle on James O’Connor resulted in a straight red card for Joe Buckley. That meant Robbie Confrey and Declan McKenna had to abandon their attacking posts for defensive duties but when play resumed Sarsfields were immediately on the front foot, Ray Cahill securing a pointed free.

Two more from Cahill by the 40th minute resulted in a 0-6 to 05 lead for the 14 men in green but the game was in the balance all the way through the half and both sides thought they had snatched it.

First Balyna took an 0-8 to 07 lead in the 59th minute from an assured Sean Hurley free but Confrey equalised and then Cahill coolly slotted a potential winner from a difficult free three minutes past the 60.

It looked like the game had gone for the amalgamation but Hurley saved them with another pointed free, this one not particularly easy either from a tight angle on the ‘21 with the breeze still blowing against him.

Level for the fifth time the teams regrouped for extra-time and once more Sarsfields hit the ground running when Confrey kicked his second point.

Sub Dean Hanly was proving a handful for the opposition defence and he was on hand to kick another equaliser for Balyna and almost found the net only for his shot to strike the butt of the post.

At the change of ends Ciaran Graven had given Balyna a one point advantage, 0-11 to 0-10, but when the final period got underway there was only one team in it as the winners stretched their legs down the home straight, scoring points from Hurley, Paul Cribbin and Hanly once more.

The only sour note for the victors was the red card shown to Hanly at the finish after a scuffle near the sideline. Balyna will be formidable opponents in the final.

BALYNA: Shane Geoghegan; Des Holton, Seamus McNally, Conor Swan; James O’Connor, Will Holton, Stephen McKeown; Ciaran Graven 0-4 (2fs), Keith Cribbin; Niall Vaughan 0-1, Paul Cribbin 0-2, Brian Kelly; Eoin O’Donoghue, Sean Hurley 0-4 (2fs), Cathal McNally 0-1. Subs: Dean Hanly 0-2 for Kelly, 54; Ben Kenny for Graven (inj), 79.

SARSFIELDS: John Melia; Donnacha McDonnell, David Duggan, Darren Somers; Stephen Lawlor, John Kavanagh 0-1, Joe Buckley; Caoimhin McDonnell, Sean Campbell 0-1; Padraig Buckley, Ray Cahill 0-6 (4fs), Daryl Horgan; John Geraghty, Robbie Confrey 0-2, Declan McKenna. Subs: David Cash for Horgan, h/t; Mattie Byrne for Geraghty, 48; Thomas McDonnell for C McDonnell, 79.

REFEREE: P Moore, Clane.







More Stupid Quotes.  

‘I don’t think about anything too much . . . If I think too
much, it kind of freaks me out!’
-Pamela Anderson on her secret to success


‘Gorgeous hair is the best revenge.’
– Ivana Trump on getting one over on her ex’s new girlfriend

‘I always loved Pat Benatar.’
– Britney on why she did a cover of I Love Rock and Roll


‘Where the hell is Australia anyway?’
– Britney Spears on her first tour


‘I don’t really think, I just walk.’
-Paris Hilton on her technique on the red carpet




Strange/Bizarre/Quirkie News.



LOS ANGELES – California tax officials say an interior
designer’s false disability claim was uncovered when he was
spotted on a home improvement television show.

Fifty-six-year-old Ronald Hunt of Los Angeles was sentenced
Tuesday to 200 hours of community service and ordered to pay
more than $180,000 in restitution, unpaid taxes and fines. He
pleaded guilty to two felony counts of fraud.

The state’s Franchise Tax Board says Hunt falsely claimed he was
disabled for three years and collected almost $150,000 in
benefits, while earning about $400,000 in income as an interior

An employee of the insurance company that was paying Hunt’s
benefits saw Hunt on a Home and Garden Television program and
reported him to the state Department of Insurance.



Drunk Mail

MARION, Iowa – Police in Marion and postal authorities are
investigating the case of a post woman who was allegedly found
drunk inside a residence while on the job. Police said the
postal worker, 46, was charged with public intoxication Nov. 3
after she was found sitting on the kitchen floor of 95-year-old
woman’s house, eating leftover noodles from her refrigerator.

Police Lt. Steve Etzel said Tuesday that the woman apparently
entered the home through an unlocked front door. He said she was
in uniform and had mail and a mail-carrying bag with her.

The woman, a 17-year employee of the U.S. Postal Service, was
taken to the Linn County Jail. Marion Postmaster Rick
Leyendecker said the woman is currently on unpaid leave.





True Story:  


Finding Dead Bodies Was a Snap


Police detectives have used snapping turtles to help them locate
dead bodies.

For sheer bad temper, not to mention being deadly dangerous,
there is nothing more volatile than a snapping turtle. And perhaps
he has reason to be just a bit of a loose cannon in a freshwater
lake, pond or river.

The snapping turtle is not like your run-of-the-mill turtle in a
pet store. For one, the shell is very small, and doesn’t
actually cover the tail, head, or limbs. In addition, the head
has a covering of scales that is so thick, it is unable to draw
it back into the shell, which leaves the turtles vulnerable to
attack on their soft tissue. That is, if a predator can get near

It may not have teeth, but the snapping turtle comes equipped
with a mean hooked beak at the end of its nose. That little
feature is capable of biting through a man’s hand if they are
silly enough to put it in the way of a snapper.

Like other turtles however, they are ‘reactionary’ when
presented with moving objects, and will snap or bite at almost
anything, including baby crocodiles. For the most part though,
they feed on dead fish and other creatures that lay on the
bottom. At one time, searchers used snapping turtles to search
for dead bodies that were past the point of floating. They
tethered the turtles with a rope, and turned them loose in the
water. When they stopped moving, it was assumed they were
feeding, and either a diver would be sent into the water, or
they would drag the bottom with a hook.

True Story 2


Snake Snacking

Snake is a delicacy in China.

China, a land of mysticism, furry pandas, and ancient tradition,
is also home to some 200 species of snakes. And believe it or
not, in some restaurants you’ll find two dozen or more of those
species on the menu. In fact, some establishments serve nothing
but snake meat dishes.

In 2001, Chinese agriculture officials expressed great concern
over the growing popularity of snake as a delicacy. The wild
snake population was declining rapidly, which caused a sudden
rise in crop losses to mice and rats, the snake’s natural diet.

Entering the Year of the Snake, officials feared that the
gourmet dish would decimate the country’s agricultural industry.
There apparently was good reason for their worry, considering
that in the city of Shenzen, people consumed 10 tons of snake
meat, every day.

Not only is the meat considered nutritious, it’s used as a folk
remedy. ‘Snake wine’, in which a snake is fermented in alcohol,
is also highly popular.

True Story 3


Sharks can sense a drop of blood from a mile away.

The Nose Knows

At one time, scientists assumed that the most dominant of a
shark’s senses, was smell, due to the fact that the body
structure of most species, includes very prominent, or long,
nose sections. But this has proved not to be true.

In experiments where a shark’s nostrils were plugged, they did
have difficulty locating food bait. But further investigations
have shown that sharks actually rely on all their senses in
combination, and that the removal of one will confuse and slow
them down, but they are still capable of seeking food.

The most common species of sharks have a nostril to each side of
the nose, through which water flows as they move through the
ocean. That water then passes over folds of skin having sensory
cells that are so acute, a Great White shark can ‘smell’ a drop
of blood from miles away. The nose is a ‘directional’ tool as
well, with scents from the left, entering the left nostril
slightly before the right, which then tells the shark to change

Their sight is not one of the stronger senses. Those species
that tend to be surface dwellers, are not known for good vision.
However, sharks that are bottom dwellers often have larger eyes,
which let in more light and give them an additional edge when

A shark’s hearing though, is quite sensitive. They are
particularly attuned to low range sounds that are well out of
the range of the human ear, and often will pick up sounds that
are miles away, including distress calls of injured creatures.  





Parrot at Auction

One day David went to an auction. While he was there, he bid for a parrot. David really wanted this bird, so he got caught up and thoroughly involved in the bidding. He kept on bidding, but kept getting outbid, so he bid higher and higher and higher.�

Finally, after he had bid much more than he had intended, David won the bid; the parrot was his at last.

As he was paying for the parrot, he said to the auctioneer, ‘I hope this parrot can talk. I would hate to have paid this much for it, only to find out that he can’t talk!’�

‘Don’t worry.’ said the auctioneer, ‘He can talk. Who do you think kept bidding against you?’  



A man didn’t like his wife’s cat and decided to get rid of the
animal one day by driving it a few blocks from his home and
leaving it at the park. As he was getting home, the cat was
walking up the driveway.

The next day he decided to drive the cat further away. He put
the beast out and headed home. Driving back up his driveway,
there was the cat!

The man kept taking the cat further and further and the cat
would always beat him home. At last he decided to drive a long,
long way out of town, down a winding path of barely-used roads.

Hours later the man called home to his wife: ‘Honey, is the cat

‘Yes,’ the wife answered, ‘why do you ask?’

Frustrated, the man replied, ‘Put him on the phone, I’m lost and
need directions.’

Tourist Trap


A tourist was on a beach in Florida, but afraid to go into the

Spotting an old man standing on the shore, the tourist shouted,
‘Are there any alligators around here?!’

‘Naw,’ the man hollered back, ‘they ain’t been around for

Feeling safe, the tourist swam out in the water. When he was
quite far from shore, he shouted back, ‘How’d you get rid of the

‘We didn’t do anything,’ the beachcomber yelled.

‘That’s strange,’ thought the tourist.

Then the beachcomber added, ‘The sharks got ’em.’

Revenge is a dish best eaten


An old man was eating in a truck stop when three rough-looking
bikers walked in. The first walked up to the old man, pushed his
finger into the old man’s pie and then took a seat at the

The second walked up, spilled the old man’s coffee and then he
took a seat at the counter.

The third walked up, ate the bacon off the old man’s plate, and
then he took a seat at the counter.

Without a word, the old man quietly paid his bill and left the

One of the bikers said to the waitress, ‘Humph, not much of a
man, was he?’

‘No,’ the waitress replied, looking out the window. ‘And not
much of a driver either. He just backed his truck over three


Caddy’s Advice


No. 10…
Golfer: ‘I think I’m going to drown myself in the lake.’
Caddy: ‘Think you can keep your head down that long?’

No.. 9…
Golfer: ‘I’d move heaven and earth to break 100 on this course.’
Caddy: ‘Try heaven, you’ve already moved most of the earth.’

No. 8…
Golfer: ‘Do you think my game is improving?’
Caddy: ‘Yes sir, you miss the ball much closer now.’

No. 7…
Golfer: ‘Do you think I can get there with a 5 iron?’
Caddy: ‘Eventually.’

No. 6…
Golfer: ‘You’ve got to be the worst caddy in the world…’
Caddy: ‘I don’t think so sir. That would be too much of a

No. 5…
Golfer: ‘Please stop checking your watch all the time. It’s too much
of a distraction.’
Caddy: ‘It’s not a watch — it’s a compass.’

No. 4…
Golfer: ‘How do you like my game?’
Caddy: ‘Very good, sir, but personally, I prefer golf.’

No. 3…
Golfer: ‘Do you think it’s a sin to play on Sunday?’
Caddy: ‘The way you play, sir, it’s a sin on any day.’

No. 2…
Golfer: ‘This is the worst course I’ve ever played on.’
Caddy: ‘This isn’t the golf course… We left that an hour ago.’

….. And the No.1 best Caddy comment ever:

Golfer: ‘That can’t be my ball, it’s too old.’
Caddy: ‘It’s been a long time since we teed off, sir.’


Thanks to Leo Kennedy’s cousin Martin Mueller for this one and since he’s not a scouser he won’t mind the next one.


Scouse vasectomy

After having their 11th child, a Liverpool couple decided that was
enough, as the social wouldn’t buy them a bigger bed and they weren’t
strong enough to nick one.

The husband went to his doctor and told him that he and his wife didn’t
want to have any more children.

The doctor told him there was a procedure called a vasectomy that would
fix the problem but it was expensive.

A less costly alternative was to go home, get a firework, light it, put
it in a beer can, then hold the can up to his ear and count to 10.

The Scouser said to the doctor, ‘I may not be the smartest guy in the
world, but I don’t see how putting a firework in a beer can next to my
ear is going to help me.’

Trust me, it will do the job’, said the doctor.

So the man went home, lit a banger and put it in a beer can. He held the
can up to his ear and began to count: ‘1, 2, 3, 4, 5,’ at which point he
paused, placed the beer can between his legs so he could continue
counting on his other hand.



Mother-in-law Jokes

* My mother-in-law is banned internationally from playing poker, as she keeps all the chips on her shoulder.

* Adam and Eve were the happiest, and the luckiest, couple in the world, because neither of them had a mother-in-law.

* What is the difference between outlaws and in-laws? Outlaws are Wanted.�

* I took my mother-in-law to Madame Tussaud’s chamber of horrors and one of the attendants said, ‘Keep her moving sir, we’re stocktaking.’

* Fred and Rick were in a pub. Fred says to his mate, ‘My mother-in-law is an angel.’
Rick replies, ‘You’re lucky. Mine is still alive.’

Harry was travelling down a country road in his native Yorkshire, England when he saw a large group of people outside a farmhouse.
It was a cold January afternoon, so he stopped and asked Farmer Giles why such a large crowd of men was gathered there.

The farmer replied, ‘Eddie’s donkey kicked his mother-in-law and she died.’

‘Well,’ replied the man, ‘She must have had a lot of friends.’

‘Nope,’ said Giles.’ We all just want to buy his donkey.’

* Short Mother in law Jokes

1) Overheard in a restaurant:
She: This wine is described as full bodied and imposing with a nutty base, a sharp bite, and a bitter aftertaste.
He: Are you describing the wine or your mother?

2) Open Door Policy
The doorbell rang this morning. When I opened the door, there was my mother-in-law on the front step.
She said, ‘Can I stay here for a few days?’
I said, ‘Sure you can.’ And shut the door.

3) Newlywed Surprise
The newlywed wife, Monica, said to her husband , Nick, when he returned from work, ‘I have great news for you. Pretty soon we’re going to be three in this house instead of two.’
Nick started glowing with happiness and kissing Monica purred, ‘Oh darling, I’m the happiest man in the world.’
Monica smiled and added, ‘I’m glad that you feel that way, Nick, because tomorrow morning my mother moves in with us.’

4) Final Complaint
 Paul: I was sorry to hear that your mother-in-law died. What was the complaint?
Phil: We haven’t had any yet.

He Said I Said


He said to me . .. . I don’t know why you wear a bra; you’ve got nothing to put in it
I said to him . . .. You wear pants don’t you?

He said to me ……… Shall we try swapping positions tonight?

I said . That’s a good idea – you stand by the ironing board while I sit on the sofa and fart

He said to me….. What have you been doing with all the grocery money I gave you?
I said to him ……Turn sideways and look in the mirror!

He said to me…… Why don’t women blink during foreplay?
I said to him …… They don’t have time

He said to me…… How many men does it take to change a roll of toilet paper?
I said to him …… I don’t know; it has never happened.

He said to me…… Why is it difficult to find men who are sensitive, caring and Good- looking?
I said to him…….They already have boyfriends.

He said…What do you call a woman who knows where her husband is every night?
I said……. A widow.

He said to me . .. . Why are married women heavier than single women?
I said to him . . . Single women come home, see what’s in the fridge and go to bed. Married women come home, see what’s in bed and go to the fridge

A man takes his Rottweiler to the vet. ‘My dog’s cross-eyed, is
there anything you can do for him?’

‘Alright,’ says the vet, ‘let’s have a look at him.’

So he picks the dog up and has a good look at its eyes.

‘Well,’ says the vet, ‘I’m going to have to put him down.’

‘Why? Because he’s cross-eyed?’

‘No, because he’s darn heavy!’


Real requests fielded by an American travel agent.

Bad Hair Day

A New Hampshire Congresswoman asked me to book her an aisle seat on the airplane.  She did not want her hair to get messed up by being near the window.

Passport Saga

I got a call from a Congress man, who wanted to go to Capetown. I started to explain that he needed a passport. He interrupted me with, ‘I’m not trying to make you look stupid, but Capetown is in Massachusetts.’

Without trying to make him lose face, I calmly explained, ‘Cape Cod is in
Massachusetts, Capetown is in Africa.’ Her response – click, the phone went dead.

Map Reading

A Senior Vermont Congressman called, furious about a Florida package we booked for him. I asked for details of what was wrong with the hotel in Orlando. He said he was expecting an ocean-view room. I tried to explain that is not possible, since Orlando is in the middle of the state. He replied, ‘Don�t lie to me. I am looking at the map, and Florida is a very thin state!!!’

More Map Reading

I got a call from a Lawmaker�s wife who asked, ‘Is it possible to see England from Canada?’ I said, ‘No.’ She said, ‘But they look so close on the map.’

Big Airport in Texas

An Aide for a Bush cabinet member once called and asked if they could rent a car in Dallas.  When I looked at the reservation, I noticed that they only had a one-hour stop-over Dallas. When I asked him why he wanted to rent a car for just an hour, he said, ‘I heard Dallas was a big airport, and we will need a car to drive between the gates to save time.



Now that Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta-Jones have become established in Hollywood, the Welsh film industry is to receive additional funding to step up productiones. Hollywood are going to remake many well known films, but this time with a Welsh flavour. The following are planned for release next year:

An American Werewolf in Powys
The Magnificent Severn
The Wizard of Oswestry
Trefforest Gump
Dai Hard
Cool Hand Look-you
Dial M For Merthyr
Sheepless in Seattle
Haverfordwest Was Won
Independence Dai
Seven Brides from Seven Sisters
Welsh Connection
Welsh Connection II
The Bridge on the River Wye
Lawrence of Llandybie A Beautiful Mind-you
The Welsh Patient The King and Mair
The Sheepshag Redemption
Breakfast at Taffynys
Look You Back in Bangor
Evans Can Wait
A Fishguard Called Rhondda
Where Eagles Aberdare
The Eagle has Llandudno
91/2 Leeks
The Lost Boyos
Huw Dares Gwyneth
Austin Powys
The Magic Rhonddabout