CIACS

AcronymDefinition
CIACSCentro Internazionale Arte Cultura Societa (Italian: International Center for Art, Culture and Society; Parma, Italy)
CIACSCardiff Integrated Antenatal Care Scheme
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They had earlier wins over CIACS 38-7 and British Airways 31-20, while theirgames against Uwic and Ebbw Vale had to be called off.
In 1991, the club, led by Peckham, took the Welsh Brewers Cup, beating the CIACS 13-3 and not conceding a try through the whole of the competion.
I played my first senior game at the age of 16 for Tongwynlais against the CIACS," said Priday, who will be 77 next Saturday and who spent 17 years as Cardiff RFC secretary plus two more as chairman and is now a vice-president of the club.
Clubs taking part are: Beddau, Penarth, Abercynon, Crickhowell, Sully Sports, CRICC, UWIC, Fairwater, GlamorganWanderers, St Peters, Pentyrch, Wattstown, Dowlais, Pontyclun, Dinas Powys, Mountain Ash, Aberdare, Rhiwbina, Barry, Llanharan, St Albans, Ynysybwl, Builth Wells, Bargoed, Llandaff, Merthyr, Porth Harlequins, Llandaff North, Rumney, Gwernyfed, Llanishen, Rhydyfelin, Ynysowen, Llantrisant, Llantwit Major, Treorchy, Taffs Well, CIACS Brecon, Treharris and Maerdy.
Reigning champions the Styds beat promoted CIACS 3-0 after a brace from Marc James.
The little tale didn't end there, though, because I then discovered that he was the grandson of a Blue & Blacks' fan, Georgie Hoskins, from Roath, who was a player for the CIACS and Old Illtydians.