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Accident appeal.

ONE of Swansea's best-known public houses is to get its traditional name back.

The former Cricketers pub overlooking the St Helen's rugby and cricket ground, was re-named the Fine Leg and Firkin in 1997, but after a refit later this month it will get its old name back.

SOUTH Wales Police investigating the death of 28-year-old Adrian David Morgan, when his blue Peugeot 106 left the mountain road between Swansea and Betws, Ammanford, are keen to speak to the driver of a white Mercedes van seen nearby.

The accident happened on November 25 at around 9.25pm, three miles from Morriston Hospital.
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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Dec 11, 2001
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