A forthright individual, Alun was instrumental in the formation of the League of Wales and was a strong leader of the FAW policies.
What does LoW stand for?
LoW stands for League of Wales (UK)
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We have 26 other meanings of LoW in our Acronym Attic
- Los Osos Valley Road
- Louisville Ohio Valley Search and Rescue (Kentucky)
- Landelijk Oudercontact Voor Trekkende (Dutch migratory labor organization; est. 1977; Nieuwegein, Netherlands)
- Landelijke Organisatie Vrijwillige Thuishulp (Dutch: National Voluntary Home Organization; chronic illness home care; Breda, Netherlands)
- Lutheran Outreach at Virginia Tech
- Legion of Valor of the United States
- Lake Okeechobee Watershed (West Palm Beach, FL)
- Lake Ontario Waterkeeper (Canada)
- Launch on Warning
- Law Of War
- Legends of Wrestling (game)
- Lepidoptera of Old World
- Letter of Warning
- Liquid Observation Well
- Lockout of Working (SONET)
- Loners on Wheels (single people RV club)
- Lowes (stock symbol)
- Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance
- Lake of the Woods Association (homeowners' association; Virginia)
- Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Former League of Wales champion club Barry Town is up for sale.
Since 1995, when Wrexham played in the old European Cup Winners' Cup, entry has been restricted to the League of Wales clubs only.
FORMER Liverpool striker Ian Rush is back in football as a non-executive director of League of Wales side Total Network Solutions.
A clash between Beeb bosses and League of Wales champions Total Network Solutions FC will be played out in Caernarfon, north Wales, where the debating show is filmed tonight.
But even that can't compare with the success he has achieved with League of Wales minnows Barry Town since he took over as player-coach just seven weeks ago.
Afan Lido, who are still unbeaten in the League of Wales, also took Cwmbran to task on their own doorstep two weeks ago with a 2-0 win.
In view of this, we decided to hold relevant reports over to Monday to provide a comprehensive round-up of the League of Wales weekend action.