EMYREastern Mediterranean Yacht Rally
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Mari, of Penygroes, North Wales, said: "Being able to do this with Emyr is better than a dream."
Mari, who fell for Emyr kicking a football around on a visit, said: "Our dream is coming true and being able to do this with Emyr is better than a dream."
Mari and Emyr beat hundreds of hopefuls to become the island's new residents, and said they were "ecstatic" about the move.
"We had 50 applicants for the post and Emyr came through a rigorous recruitment process.
The match score was 1-1 at that stage with brother and sister Emyr and Tesni Evans on next.
This accelerated the return of on-loan Wigan Athletic plaayer Huws, who had missed the a previous seven games with an ankle injury, and Wagner said: "I was pleased to have Emyr back.
"Emyr was identified by my Welsh connections as a top, top talent and we went as far as we could to try and bring him in," said Fogarty.
"It's a shame he missed the Olympics, he would have given The Bolt a run for his money," said Emyr.
Ymhlith y 500 o bobl sy''n cael eu denu o bob rhan o Brydain i wynebu''r her beicio modur y tro yma mae cyflwynydd y gyfres, Emyr Penlan.
Emyr, a presenter on Welsh language TV, said Cerys revealed that, after her failed marriage to American Seth Riddle, she lets her pals vet any future boyfriends.
Sir Emyr, who is based in New York, said: 'The UN needs to do better, we need to see a substantial improvement, we need to produce a more effective and more active UN for the 21st Century.
Sir Emyr, 55, said: "Any suggestion we're living off the fat I will repudiate.