JACAS


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JACASJapan Association for Central Asian Studies
JACASJapan Association of Consumer Affairs Specialists
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Say, valiant youth, and so may God Thy enterprises speed, Didst thou the light mid Libya's sands Or Jaca's rocks first see?
The leaves of the camphor, pepper, cinnamon, and clove trees were delightfully aromatic; and the bread-fruit, the jaca, and the mango, vied with each other in the magnificence of their foliage.
SCORERS - NEATH - TRIES: I PHILLIPS (2) G EVANS , E HOWLEY ; CON: E HOWLEY (3); PEN: E HOWLEY BARGOED - TRY D EVANS , J JACAS , C JONES (2), C NORTON ; CON: C JONES (3), M LEWIS : PEN: C JONES
JACAS Chief Convener Bijoy Teron expressed his satisfaction over the outcome of the talks, but cautioned that they have no intention of calling off their agitation.
Some of those points also appear in Shaw and Jacas' list of pros and cons.
First, lock Ed Price was sinbinned and then Vale took advantage immediately from a lineout for lock Josh Jacas to grab a try which Smerdon converted with the last kick of the half to put his side 21-17 ahead.
Glamorgan Wanderers and Whitland shared 40 points at the Memorial Ground with Wanderers gaining tries by wing Owen Marshall, centre Lloyd Chalke and lock Josh Jacas. Owen Thomas kicked a conversion and penalty.
Owen Thomas landed a penalty hat-trick and flanker Josh Jacas, a former UWIC player who was training with Bridgend, scored a late try for the shell-shocked Wanderers.