2007 in Wales

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2007
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Wales
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2007 in
The United Kingdom
England
Ireland
Scotland

This article is about the particular significance of the year 2007 to Wales and its people.

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Events[edit]

Arts and literature[edit]

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New books[edit]

Welsh language[edit]

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Music[edit]

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Broadcasting[edit]

Welsh-language television[edit]

  • Codi Canu

English-language television[edit]

Sport[edit]

  • 17 January - ISPAL (Institute for Sport, Parks and Leisure) is officially launched.
  • 17 March - Wales defeat England in their final match of the 2007 Six Nations Championship, to finish fifth in the final table (beating Scotland only on overall points difference).
  • 10 May - The James Bevan Trophy is launched, to commemorate the Australian-born Welsh-raised man who was the first ever captain of the Wales rugby team.
  • 3 June - Wales reach the semi-finals of the World Sevens (rugby union) tournament at Murrayfield.
  • 19 June - Darren Morgan wins the European Masters snooker championship.
  • July - The Welsh Super Cup (football) is scheduled to be held at Aberystwyth.
  • 3 August - Wales are defeated 62-5 by England in a warm-up match for the Rugby World Cup.
  • 29 September - Wales lose to Fiji in their decisive Group B match, and thus fail to reach the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.
  • 29 September - Wales wins the gold medal at the European Mixed Curling Championships in Madrid, Spain. The Welsh team of Adrian Meikle (skip), Lesley Carol (third), Andrew Tanner (second), Blair Hughes (lead) and Chris Wells (alternate) took the Gold Medal in a thrilling Final against Denmark.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "2007 competition". BBC Cardiff Singer of the World. BBC. 2007. Retrieved 28 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Oatts, Joanne (2007-01-09). "S4C gets a rebrand". Digital Spy. Archived from the original on 11 January 2007. Retrieved 2007-01-11. 
  3. ^ BFI: Glyn's Virgin Voters (2007). Accessed 24 September 2015