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Plannwyd miliynau o goed fel adwaith i fudr elwa'r coloneiddwyr yn torri coed gan godi adeiladau talsyth lle bu'r mwnci glas a chreaduriaid eraill yn preswylio.
"Our Adult Coed Dodgeball League was created to offer a new, affordable opportunity for adults," Brad Thomas, recreation supervisor, said.
Garnering a total of 230 points, CCP Bobcats lead the scoring in tosses, pyramid and cheer for the Senior Coed Elite category.
On their Facebook page, the group wrote, "Equality, coed service, multiculturalism, and other values have entered the battlefield.
While that doesn't put coed housing on par with fraternity and sorority houses, the researchers note that binge drinking isn't exclusively a "Greek problem".
(YES) By playing on coed teams, girls and boys learn how to get along, just as they will have to do as adults.
A national task force appointed by the Department of Education following the COED report described the population as low functioning.
Older students at coed schools, particularly boys, may demonstrate to younger girls the ways in which delinquency severs childhood apron strings and secures, at least from a teenage perspective, adult privileges, the researchers argue.
Coed y Brenin is located near Dolgellau in the Snowdonia National Park, Coed y Brenin is now one of the flagship forests of Natural Resources Wales.
A few weeks ago a Merthyr boy, seven-year-old William Mackie, wrote an appeal to the local council to save the Cefn Coed sports ground.
Cefn Coed are unbeaten in their last 12 league games - their last defeat being Treherbert back in October.
Mike Richards, of Coed Cymru, outlines the benefits of tree cover One speaker suggested shade from trees will become ever more important in Wales for rearing stock and growing crops due to increasing summer temperatures.