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Gaelic Football Passed Away

The Death of Gaelic Football

The death has occurred of Gaelic Football on Saturday March 28th 2015.Passed away peacefully at its home Croke Park.Dear brother of Hurling,Camogie,Ladies Football,Handball and Rounders. 1,052 more words

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Speaking Ill Of The Dead: Eulogies & Enmity For An Irish Brigade Soldier

On 18th October 1862 the New York Irish-American published an article on the ‘gallant fellows’ of the Irish Brigade who had recently given their lives at the carnage of Antietam. 1,566 more words

Irish American Civil War

WHAT THE LOCALS SAID: WATERFORD 2-18 OFFALY 1-14

The Waterford News & Star (Phil Fanning):

Waterford Cut Loose After A Slow Start In Tullamore

  • While the win was always going to be more important than the performance the feeling leaving Tullamore was, that in the event of the promotion issue going right down to the wire, Waterford had missed a great opportunity to increase their advantage on score difference considerably by amassing a total of 23 wides while at the same time failing to convert some clear goal scoring opportunities.
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Grand Canal history: Tullamore lecture

Monday 23 March James Scully “The Grand Canal in Offaly 1794 – 1804.” – Offaly History Centre – 8pm 2014-15 is the bicentenary of the connection from the Liffey with the Shannon.

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Ireland

Work Placement - Covidien

Covidien are seeking 2 students for placement to work at their manufacturing plants in Athlone and Tullamore

IT/IS discipline

For more information please contact Elaine Nicholson, Snr. 15 more words

Education

WHAT THE PAPERS, THE PAPERS SAID: WATERFORD 2-18 OFFALY 1-14

The Irish Sun:

Happy Deise As Boss Derek Hails His Men

McGrath added: We are not looking ahead of the Antrim game next week but we would just love to be in a position to bring our supporters down to Wexford Park in the last game with everything on the line. 442 more words

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Armageddon postponed

One of my favourite television memories came in November 1987, when coverage of the Bulgaria-Scotland game in the European Championship qualifiers went back to the RTÉ studio after the final whistle. 360 more words

Waterford