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Tro trigolion Brynsiencyn, Ynys Môn yw hi i greu ffilm am eu hardal leol. The residents of Brynsiencyn create a film about their area.


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-Bryn versus Dwyran...

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-..chronicles an important football

-match played in the early fifties.

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-The film-maker, Dr John Glyn Jones,

-lived in Brynsiencyn.

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-He was a GP in this part of

-Anglesey for almost thirty years.

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-The doctor

-made numerous short films.

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-They provide an unique insight

-into the villagers' everyday lives.

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-He brought his camera along

-on his doctor's round.

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-He filmed everything that happened.

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-I was interested

-in one film in particular.

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-The Brynsiencyn v Dwyran game.

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-Shout if you recognize someone,

-and I'll stop it.

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-That's Brynsiencyn's team.

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-Elfed lived in Llanrug.

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-Gwyn from Llanfairpwll, Dei Bach.

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-Llew Jones, Glyn King.

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-Do you remember the game?

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-Do you remember the game?

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-I was there. That's John.

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-I think that was Margaret Williams.

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-I think that was Margaret Williams.

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-The singer? Never!

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-That was Busby, the manager.

-Jones the paper.

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-My grandfather.

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-As the bar filled, I met Idris,

-the former Brynsiencyn goalkeeper.

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-I played for two years

-before joining the Army.

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-I played for Newborough

-for three years after coming home.

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-I returned to Bryn in the sixties.

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-Did you witness the team's demise?

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-Did you witness the team's demise?

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-Yes.

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-What year was that?

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-1960, I think.

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-Have the villagers

-lost interest in football?

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-We don't have a team,

-but everyone watches it on TV.

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-Derby games still pull crowds

-in Brynsiencyn...

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-..as long as

-it's Everton and Liverpool.

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-Some of the older boys

-saw the film at half-time.

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-Gavin Hughes was one.

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-Would they like to make a new film?

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-This is the Dwyran team. Bryn

-was the previous team, in squares.

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-The old film seemed

-to capture their imagination.

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-Creating a new film

-on the same theme posed a problem.

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-We'd need to assemble a team

-to do something similar today.

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-Would you be interested

-to play a one-off?

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-Yes.

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-The packed pub proves that

-football is still popular.

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-It's taken a different direction.

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-It might kick-start a village team.

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-The lads were keen to reform a team.

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-We collected names.

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-I was optimistic that a Brynsiencyn

-team could be filmed once again.

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-But I faced another challenge.

-Dwyran doesn't have a team, either.

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-Hello, Gus Williams?

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-Hello, Gus Williams?

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-How are you?

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-I found your number

-on the Anglesey Council website.

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-You're the

-Football Development Officer.

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-Yes.

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-Bryn versus who would it be?

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-Where's the closest team?

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-The closest team in that area

-would be Newborough.

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-Newborough? Right.

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-Gus gave me the Newborough manager's

-name and address, Paul Hamson.

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-Would they play

-against Brynsiencyn's new team?

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-He agreed immediately.

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-Gus is a football historian.

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-I wanted to establish

-exactly when the game was played.

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-Dwyran first played in

-the Anglesey league in 1947-48.

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-That's Dwyran and Brynsiencyn.

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-Do you know the year

-of the Dwyran-Brynsiencyn game?

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-No.

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-According to this...

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-..Dwyran and Brynsiencyn

-were last in the league in 1950-51.

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-Their last encounter

-would have been in 1951.

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-Yes.

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-We looked at

-the Anglesey League tables...

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-..to compare Newborough

-and Brynsiencyn's records.

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-They headed the table that year.

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-The old players mentioned a rivalry

-between Brynsiencyn and Newborough.

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-Is that still there today?

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-I don't know.

-Perhaps not so much today!

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-They complained Newborough

-stole their best players.

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-They didn't want

-to play for a bad side!

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-I returned to Brynsiencyn

-to meet up with Gavin Hughes.

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-He agreed to be one

-of the new team's organizers.

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-Have you been training yet?

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-Have you been training yet?

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-No.

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-We're playing on Sunday

-just down the road.

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-Will you get a chance

-to film what's going on?

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-Some sort of record

-would be handy...

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-..like the doctor's film.

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-I wanted to know

-more about the doctor...

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-..who documented the Brynsiencyn

-area so extensively.

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-I arranged to meet one

-of his daughters, Annes Glyn.

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-We visited

-their first home in the village.

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-It's hardly changed at all,

-apart from the colour.

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-I remember the little

-bedroom window and the shutters.

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-It's almost sixty years ago!

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-It's one

-of my father's famous films.

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-It's been sought after recently.

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-I think it does portray

-a bygone era.

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-Everyone went

-on the Sunday School trip.

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-People tended to take their own

-cars, but there were buses too.

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-Pritchard Niwbwrch buses.

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-Pritchard Niwbwrch buses.

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-They were our school buses.

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-He began filming

-after we started walking.

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-He inherited his uncle's equipment.

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-That's how he started.

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-That's Mam.

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-That's Mam.

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-And your father.

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-Someone else must have filmed it.

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-Was that their car?

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-It looks like their first car,

-the one they had when they married.

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-Annes took me

-to Horeb chapel in the village...

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-..where her father

-screened his films.

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-After the first session,

-a second crowd came in.

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-Was there a second sitting?

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-Was there a second sitting?

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-Yes.

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-People were thrilled to see

-loved ones, relatives and friends...

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-..moving across the screen.

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-People became emotional.

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-They could see their relatives...

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-..coming back to life on the screen.

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-I returned the following day

-to meet Rev Geraint Roberts.

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-These are the Assembly Rooms.

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-This is where

-the films were screened.

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-What end were they shown?

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-What end were they shown?

-

-I assume on the stage.

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-Could we show our film here?

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-I can't see why not.

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-It would trigger

-a lot of happy memories.

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-Football is part of the history.

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-I'm looking for

-a playing field for the game.

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-There's a newly-opened

-astro-turf in the village.

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-Oh, right?

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-That's for the youngsters.

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-This is great

-for filming the supporters...

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-..watching the game.

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-It's ideal for a five-a-side game.

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-If we get a full team,

-we'd need a full-size field.

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-The next question is... Can

-Brynsiencyn assemble a full team?

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-I met Gavin in Bangor

-after his shift in the bookies.

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-How's it going?

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-How's it going?

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-There's plenty of interest.

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-Is there enough for a full team?

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-Yes, and substitutions.

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-I've got 15 at the moment,

-perhaps a few more.

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-Right, OK.

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-The village all-weather pitch

-would be good.

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-But that's a five-a-side pitch.

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-What are

-your earliest football memories?

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-Playing in the park

-on cold Saturday mornings.

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-The ball was so hard,

-it hit our legs and heads!

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-All we did was play football,

-all day, every day.

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-What if you couldn't play football?

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-I'd watch telly,

-or play on the Xbox.

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-Perhaps that's why I'm single!

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-Football is what

-it's all about around here.

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-There's nothing else much

-to do around here.

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-According to Gavin,

-the village lads were football-mad.

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-But when Gavin

-reached the all-weather pitch...

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-..for the first training session...

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-..it was as silent as the grave.

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-Gav's been to the park, and no-one's

-there. He's been there half an hour!

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-Get out of bed!

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-Hello. Are you getting up?

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-I've just phoned Rich.

-He's ill in bed!

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-Rich was meant to phone Huw.

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-He's still in bed.

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-It's all Rich's fault.

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-It didn't matter whose fault it was.

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-But without a team,

-Gavin wouldn't have a film, either.

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-Rich eventually got out of bed.

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-They started

-to discuss the opposition.

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-I watched Newborough recently,

-and they lost.

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-They're tough. They're in the lead.

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-I'm quite confident.

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-I left the lads training.

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-I went to meet Terry Roberts.

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-From Brynsiencyn, he has

-several links to the old team.

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-That's my father.

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-Well, well. Can I compare?

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-The same chin and face.

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-When did you start

-marking the field?

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-When I was eleven.

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-I had a bag of chalk and a bucket.

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-We didn't use water, just our hands.

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-Hand in the bucket.

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-It was miserable

-in cold, wet weather.

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-According to Terry, supporting

-football wasn't exclusive to men.

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-The girls came on buses.

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-It was fun whether we won or lost.

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-Ann Williams Groeslon

-was one of the girls on the buses.

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-I went over to her house next.

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-Edwen and I went every Saturday.

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-The bus would be packed!

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-Newborough was our greatest enemy.

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-Everyone turned out

-for the Bryn and Newborough games.

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-That was always a big game.

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-The Bryn and Newborough derby

-attracted crowds many years ago.

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-I had to ensure

-a worthy turnout for our derby.

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-Take one!

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-Have you heard

-about tomorrow's game?

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-No.

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-DOG BARKS

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-If you haven't got

-anything better to do...!

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-Do you live in Bryn?

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-Do you live in Bryn?

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-No. We built the pitch.

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-Watch it!

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-I thought it was Bryn versus Dwyran.

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-I thought it was Bryn versus Dwyran.

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-That was the plan.

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-It was hard

-enough getting one new team!

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-The reaction in Brynsiencyn

-was quite promising.

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-But things were

-quieter in Newborough.

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-Never mind!

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-I'd arranged to visit

-Brynsiencyn junior school...

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-..to get the youngsters interested.

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-Would you rather

-collect cards or play football?

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-Both of them.

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-Would you collect

-Anglesey team cards?

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-Yes.

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-Are you coming to the game tomorrow?

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-Where is it?

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-Where is it?

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-Newborough.

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-Can I give you one?

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-Can I give you one?

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-Of course, we're coming tomorrow.

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-The day of the big match arrived.

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-Paul Hamson marked the field,

-just like Terry Roberts before him.

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-The latter kept a watchful eye.

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-Our goal was to bridge the years...

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-..weaving memories of yesteryear...

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-..with Gavin and our material.

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-The battlefield

-was ready for the old enemies.

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-Tic Tacs?

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-I'll have one!

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-Name and number.

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-Name and number.

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-Two.

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-Gavin Hughes, Number 8.

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-Gavin Hughes, Number 8.

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-Steven Owens, Number 11.

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-What number are you?

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-What number are you?

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-Ten.

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-Fifteen.

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-It took ten minutes

-to reach the Newborough pitch.

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-The pre-match tension

-was beginning to take effect.

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-Don't keep pointing that thing

-at me! Point it that way.

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-Point the camera at yourself!

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-TEAM TALK

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-The lads discussed

-last-minute tactics.

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-I noticed they weren't all lads.

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-Karen Parry Jones was playing

-in the goal for Brynsiencyn.

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-And then, quite a coincidence.

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-So, your great-uncle

-held the sign in the original.

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-Yes.

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-WHISTLE

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-Even though Dr John Glyn Jones

-filmed a football game...

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-..very little

-of the game itself is featured.

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-The doctor preferred

-to film the supporters.

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-We'd have to reflect

-that in our version, too.

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-Half-time score

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-Football is a game of two halves.

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-Filming and organizing

-the game was only the first half.

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-The second half

-was a few weeks later...

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-..at the Brynsiencyn screening.

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-# QUANDO LE SERE AL PLACIDO #

-Verdi

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-We had various teams for years.

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-They played down the lane here.

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-We sat on a hillock

-to watch them play.

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-We followed them regularly.

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-FINAL WHISTLE

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-Final score

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-The first half was against the wind.

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-I thought we'd be better with

-the wind. But they play every week.

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-It was fun.

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-# QUANDO LE SERE AL PLACIDO #

-Verdi

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-Not bad at all.

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-Families came along.

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-Their great-grandfathers

-were in the original team.

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-# QUANDO LE SERE AL PLACIDO #

-Verdi

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-They're talking

-about starting a team.

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-We may as well carry on

-to keep the community together.

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-# QUANDO LE SERE AL PLACIDO #

-Verdi

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-Annes Glyn and her sister Mared

-attended the screening.

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-Would the new film match

-Dr John Glyn Jones's original?

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-APPLAUSE

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-I didn't expect anything like that.

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-I hope we'll get a team out of it.

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-We need more films like this!

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-We need more films like this!

-

-We started with excellent material.

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-It worked well

-with the original pictures.

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-The best thing about

-the screening was the reaction.

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-The smiles, laughter

-and moments of recognition.

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-Dr Glyn Jones' films

-captures his community...

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-..in such a natural way.

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-I can only hope our

-new film is true to his vision.

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Tro trigolion Brynsiencyn, Ynys Môn yw hi i greu ffilm am eu hardal leol. The residents of Brynsiencyn create a film about their area.