Offensiveness The word is considered obscene but is common in many informal and familiar situations. It is unclear whether the word has always been considered vulgar or, if not, when it first came to be used to describe often in an extremely angry, hostile or belligerent manner unpleasant circumstances or people in an intentionally offensive way, such as in the term motherfuckerone of its more common usages in some parts of the English-speaking world.
Moriah Chapel, Kenfig Hill c. In there was a 6 month coal stike which was only brought to a halt when the miners were literally starved back to work.
The game of Rugby Football proved a welcome respite from such problems and by the end of the 19th century it occupied in inductrial Wales the same position as Associated Football did in indutrial England.
An official Cornelly Rugby Football Club was founded c. They played their home matches on a field also situated along Stormy Road called "Cae Eithyn" or "The Gorse Field" which was an apt description of the area.
It was said that a converted player stood in one of the local chapels at Kenfig Hill and cried "I used to play full back for the devil, but now I'm forward for God. It was the custom of many teams of the early 's to have their Head Quarters established at a local hostelry. National Coal Strike - During the early months of there was a National Coal Strike when mines came out for a minimum wage.
In the face of the colliery owners' refusal to concede to a minimum wage the Government brought in it's own Bill finally ending the strike. Despite these hardships there were many enjoyable times to be had in Kenfig Hill during this era - a feature of one of these hardships was the distances that players had to walk from the changing room to meet their opponents on the playing fields.
Leading club administrators were: Joe, along with Jack Jenkins combined their administrative duties with the playing side of the club as both were regular members of the team up to the outbreak of the First World War.
Duties of trainer to the team were carried out by D.
Teams within this league incldued: As in so many parts of Wales, singing alongside rugby football were two of the major pleasures of life. Sadly Eddie Williams lost his life in tragic accident on one of the local railway lines.
The team of this period before WWI were known as the "All Whites" due to the colour of the playing strip that they wore. Over the years the club has worn a variety of colours including: A Family Affair The team of the period contained no fewer than 4 different sets of brothers among its ranks.
Football Grounds Used Several different grounds were used in the founding years included: In the period before the First World War, every Kenfig Hil player had to pay a subscription fee at the start of each season. Outbreak of War First World War - Roll of Honour The outbreak of the First World War in August brought about the suspension of organised rugby football - a state of affairs that was to last for four long years.
It also brought down the curtain on a colourful period in which Kenfig Hill RFC had grown in size and stature from the most humble origins.
Despite efforts by individual members to blow the money on a good booze-up for the playing members, common sense prevailed and the funds were retained in order that the club might be restored when the hostilities ended. The present building is late medieval in origin but was almost completely rebuilt by John Prichard in The Church became redundant in the late 20th century Coflein Further Reading 1.
St Tydwg's Church, Tythegston Coflein - http: This former lightship was maintained by Trinity House and was clearly visible off Sker Point - it was replaced with a buoy in The wreck of this lightship is located in the same position in which it was moored. The position given was 51 27N, 03 56W.
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