8ves a vis Kevardhu 2019

Dohajydh da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen ma ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow.

Good afternoon, and welcome to this week’s edition of An Nowodhow on BBC Radio Cornwall.

Den dhyworth Penntor neb a wrug moy es kans galow pellgows godrosus orth skolyow ha leow erel re beu prisonyes.

Andreas Dowling, peswar warn ugens y oos, a amyttyas deg kuhudhans warn ugens a geskomunya kedhlow fals gans mynnas.

Dowling a wrug godrosow erbynn deg skol ha tri ugens y’n Ruvaneth Unys, yn-dann leverel yth esa tanbellen y’n drehevyans. Peswar mil ha dew ugens a dhyskyblon a veu nasyes. Breusyades Mestres Justis May a leveris bos godrosow erbynn skolyow yedhowek movys gans hilgasieth.

Keffrys ha godrosow erbynn skolyow, Dowling a assayas godros an Palys a Westminster ha’n Bolla Meur (Super Bowl) y’n Statys Unys. Yn dew vil ha pymthek ev a wrug meur a wodrosow tanbellen erbynn an Bolla Meur, mes an hwarvos eth yn-rag.

Derivys veu an lys re beu Dowling dynyes gans jynnow-amontya a-ban o ev hwegh bloodh. Ev a studhya displegyans medhelweyth dhe Golji Kernow, hag ev a’n jevo skians da a systemow diogeledh. Ev a driga gans y vamm ha gul devnydh a vedhelweyth rag tollwiska y lev.

Dowling a veu breusys dhe Lys Kurun Karesk dhe beder bledhen ha pymp mis.

A man from Torpoint who made more than 100 threatening phone calls to schools and other places has been jailed.

Andreas Dowling, 24, admitted 30 charges of communicating false information with intent.

Dowling made threats against 70 schools in the UK, saying there was a bomb in the building. Forty-four thousand pupils were affected. Judge Mrs Justice May said that threats against Jewish schools were motivated by racism.

As well as threats against schools, Dowling tried to threaten the Palace of Westminster and the Super Bowl in the United States. In 2015 he made many bomb threats against the Super Bowl, but the event went ahead.

The court was told that Dowling had been fascinated by computers since he was six years old. He studied software development at Cornwall College, and he had a good knowledge of security systems. He lived with his mother and made use of software to disguise his voice.

Dowling was sentenced at Exeter Crown Court to four years and five months.

Hyns an Torn a Vreten a-dro dhe Gernow re beu disklosys dhe dharvos yn Bosvena.

“Dibarth veur” an res diwrosa a hwyrvydh dhe Bennsans, an pympes a vis Gwynngala, dew vil hag ugens.

Y hwra diwrosoryon holya hyns (kans, pymthek ha tri ugens a gilometrow y hirdir) a-dreus dhe Gernow. Yn mysk an trevow a vydh vysytyes yma Porth Ia, Heyl, Resrudh, Aberfala, Truru, Tewynblustri ha Sen Austel. Wortiwedh, yth a an Torn dhe Ragdres Eden, kyns gorfenna yn Bosvena.

Y fydh kans diwroser hag ugens ow kemeres rann y’n res. Y hwaytyir kans mil ha peswar ugens a dus dhe dhos rag gweles an diwrosoryon dell dremenons.

The route of the Tour of Britain around Cornwall has been revealed at an event in Bodmin.

The “grand depart” of the cycle race will take place in Penzance on the 5th of September, 2020.

Cyclists will follow a 175km route across Cornwall. Among the towns that will be visited are St Ives, Hayle, Redruth, Falmouth, Truro, Newquay and St Austell. Finally, the Tour goes to the Eden Project, before finishing in Bodmin.

There will be 120 cyclists taking part in the race. It’s hoped that 180,000 people will come to see the cyclists as they pass.

Kochyas an Vorladron Gernewek, Alan Paver, a amyttyas re beu dasrestrans an para heb sewen, wosa an Vorladron dhe fyllel, naw warn ugens dhe ugens, tre erbynn Nottingham y’n Hanaf Kampyorieth.

An Vorladron a wrug deg chanj y’n para hag a fyllis gans unn poynt hepken erbynn London Scottish, nans yw teyr seythen.

Gwir yw, yth esa an Vorladron ow kwaynya, gans ugens poynt dhe beswardhek, a-varr y’n nessa hanter. Byttegyns, ena Nottingham a skoryas dew assay rag gwaynya an fyt. Lemmyn, ymons i kehaval orth an Vorladron yn nessa le y’gan poll Hanaf.

“Res yw dhyn leverel, ni dhe wul re janjyow,” yn-medh Paver.

“Yth esen ni owth assaya gwaynya an fyt ma, heb mar. Mes, yn kettermyn, y fynnen ni dyski dh’agan gwarioryon nowydh gwari y’gan gis, yn-dann usya agan patronyow gwari.

“Heb mar, res yw dhe’n warioryon omgemeres rag aga nivel a nerth. Mes martesen ni a wrug re janjyow yn leow posek. Pan hwer henna, y hyllir gwruthyl tamm ansurneth.

“Martesen y talvien ni, an kochyasow, dewis para moy fast. Henn yw an pyth yw res dhyn dadhla yn y gever.”

Nessa fyt an Vorladron a hwer hedhyw, dhe hanter wosa diw, erbynn Yorkshire Carnegie dhe’n Mennaye.

Cornish Pirates’ coach, Alan Paver, admitted that a reorganisation of the team had been unsuccessful, after the Pirates lost 29-20 at home against Nottingham in the Championship Cup.

The Pirates made ten changes in the team that lost by just one point against London Scottish three weeks ago.

It’s true that the Pirates were winning, by 20 points to 14, early in the second half. However, Nottingham then scored two tries to win the match. Now they are equal to the Pirates, in second place in their Cup pool.

“We’ve got to say, we made too many changes,” said Paver.

“We were trying to win this match, of course. But, at the same time, we wanted to train our new players to play in our style, using our patterns of play.

“Of course, the players must take responsibility for their energy levels. But perhaps we made too many changes in important positions. When that happens, it can create a little bit of uncertainty.

“Perhaps we, the coaches, should have selected a more stable side. That’s what we need to discuss.”

The Pirates’ next match takes place today, at 2.30, against Yorkshire Carnegie at the Mennaye.

Yth esowgh hwi ow koslowes orth ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow. An dowlen an seythen ma a veu skrifys genev vy, John Prowse, ha pennskrifys gans John Parker. Bys dy’Sul nessa, dohajydh da dhywgh hwi oll.

You are listening to ‘An Nowodhow’ on BBC Radio Cornwall. This week’s programme was written by myself, John Prowse, and edited by John Parker. Until next Sunday, good afternoon to you all.