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poley

1. a polled animal; one without horns.
2. a pad on an American saddle.
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David Poley, of the Portman Group which represents drinks manufacturers, said: "More people are aware of the risks associated with harmful drinking and have changed their habits accordingly.
Finally, a huge note of appreciation to both our outgoing editor of the Bulletin Micheal Tarver and our incoming editor Jared Poley.
Wing Andrew Bevan left for hospital just before the break with an eye injury and Aberavon's replacements proved as good as their starting players with both Rory Gallagher and Ian Poley going over in pack surges.
Pontypridd: MHutchings; C Clayton, G Dacey, A Thomas, T Lazarous; N Burnett, A Jenkins; I Poley, S Hobbs, R Harford, R Savage, C Dicomidis, G Lewis, N Strong (capt), W O'Connor.
David Poley of the Portman Group, which represents drinks companies, said: "This may make alcohol companies relatively unattractive as sponsors.
Wales U20 flanker Justin Tipuric gets a first game of the season, replacing the injured Chris Davies, while there are returns in the pack for Chris Gittins and Richard Morris and Ian Poley has recovered from a shoulder injury to be amongst the replacements.
Contact: Jared Poley, Georgia State University, jpoley@gsu.
Pontypridd: M Hutchings; C Clayton, G Dacey, A Thomas, T Lazarous; N Burnett, A Jenkins; I Poley, S Hobbs, R Harford, R Savage, C Dicomidis, G Lewis, N Strong (c), W O'Connor.
But David Poley, head of the Portman Group, which represents the drinks industry, said: "Saying no to children will only increase the appeal of alcohol.