Wales' Euro 2016 Open Top Bus Parade
Barry Town Goalkeeper Mike Lewis celebrates with the fans after beating TNS away.
Owen Smith Labour Politician
Old Illtydians RFC vs Cambrian Welfare RFC
First Minister for Wales Carwyn Jones
The Cardiff Socialist Party Protest Against Rent Prices In Cardiff
The Principality stadium on a match day
Anti Trump protesters in Bristol
Kayne Mclaggon scores to give Barry Town United the lead against Carmarthen Town
An old lady tries VR for the first time
Craig Bellamy giving a talk about his career
Aberdare RFC vs Old Illtydians RFC
Jack Straw giving a talk at USW
Man of the Match Luke Cooper celebrates with goal scorer Kayne Mclaggon
A Protester in Bristol
A Dowlais RFC players scores a try in a 42-0 win over the Old Illtydians
Wales' Euro 2016 Open Top Bus Parade On their return from a successful Euro 2016 the Welsh football team had an open top bus parade around Cardiff. In the picture Ashley Williams, Gareth Bale, Chris Coleman, Aaron Ramsey, Chris Gunter and Wayne Hennessey can be seen celebrating their success.
Barry Town Goalkeeper Mike Lewis celebrates with the fans after beating TNS away. Barry Town United managed to beat TNS away from home 1-0. This was the first time Barry had beaten TNS away in over ten years. After the match players and fans celebrated together in the away end.
Owen Smith Labour Politician Owen Smith a previous Labour leadership candidate was at USW's trefforest campus for a talk by Jack Straw.
Old Illtydians RFC vs Cambrian Welfare RFCA rugby match in December of 2015 between Old Illtydians RFC and Cambrian Welfare RFC in which The Old Illtydians won comprehensively.
First Minister for Wales Carwyn Jones The first Minister for Wales Carwyn Jones visited the University of South Wales as part of the National assembly for Wales' plans to bring politics across the country. The first minster was at the Newport campus for an assembly meeting.
The Cardiff Socialist Party Protest Against Rent Prices In CardiffThe Cardiff Socialist Party marched through Cathay's, a heavily populated student area in Cardiff. They protested against the rent prices for students in the city.As they believe that landlords and letting agencies should not be able to charge the prices they do to students.
The Principality stadium on a match day Fans of both Wale and Argentina rush towards the stadium ahead of their game on the 12th of November 2016. Wales would go on to be 24-20 victors.
Anti Trump protesters in Bristol Protesters in Bristol took to the streets and Marched against Trump's presidency. Many were angry about his stance towards LGBT people and his "muslim ban" protestors
Kayne Mclaggon scores to give Barry Town United the lead against Carmarthen Town Kayne Mclaggon scores to give Barry Town United the lead in their Welsh Premier league game against Carmarthen Town. Barry would go on to win the Game 3-1 Mclaggon scoring twice on his Birthday.
An old lady tries VR for the first time Media production students from the University of South Wales put on an end of year show with all of their work. One group had designed a game for VR headsets and this old lady tried virtual reality for the first time.
Craig Bellamy giving a talk about his careerBellamy gave a talk at bierkellar Cardiff for charity. During the talk he discussed his time as a player and also discussed his current role as a youth coach at Cardiff city.
Aberdare RFC vs Old Illtydians RFCTwo Aberdare players tackle an Old Illtydians player as he attempts to make a break for the try line. It was a tough game that Aberdare would go on to win.
Jack Straw giving a talk at USWJack Straw came to USW's trefforest campus to discuss his time as secretary for foreign affairs under Tony Blair. Straw discussed the role he played in events at the time and he also discussed the current Labour party to a crowd of students.
Man of the Match Luke Cooper celebrates with goal scorer Kayne MclaggonBarry Town united were 2-0 winner against Newtown in the Welsh premier league. Defender Luke Cooper celebrating in the images won man of the match during the game. While Kayne Mclaggon scored one to help see the home side pick up their first win of the the season.
A Protester in Bristol A Protester at Bristol's anti Donald Trump march holding up a stop funding hate banner. Many at the protest were not just protesting Trump but "Hate" in general. This banner attacks The Sun and the Daily Mail.
A Dowlais RFC players scores a try in a 42-0 win over the Old IlltydiansDowlais won a Welsh cup game against the Old Illtydians. This is a picture of one of their many tries during their 42-0 win.
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