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Red Hand Defenders - Notable Attacks - Timeline - 2001
... St Edna's Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) club in Newtownabbey ... Sinn Féin office in Cookstown a pipe bomb was found at a GAA club in Garvagh and a pipe bomb exploded at a GAA club in Gulladuff ... for an attempted pipe bomb attack on a GAA club in Desertmartin ...
Meelick-Eyrecourt - History
... Meelick-Eyrecourt GAA club is a small GAA club which has managed to produce some of Ireland's best known hurlers ... It borders with Portumna GAA club and Kiltormer GAA club, both of which have won all-Ireland club hurling titles, and the successful Offaly GAA club, Saint Rynagh's ... A club founded in Meelick in the 1880s contested the first all-Ireland hurling final in 1887 ...
Celebrity Bainisteoir - Series 5 - Contestants
... Contestant County Club Notes Rozanna Purcell Longford Newtown Cashel GAA Club Model and former Miss Ireland ... A native of Clonmel she will manage Cashel GAA club from Co Longford ... Pippa O'Connor Donegal Naomh Brid GAA Club Model and wife of fellow contestant Brian Ormond Jessica Lawlor Cork Ballinora GAA Club Wife of Aston Villa soccer player and former Irish ...
Adamstown, Dublin - Sport
... Adamstown has a soccer club, Adamstown Football Club, and a GAA club, Adamstown GAA club ... Adamstown Football Club was established in November 2005 and currently plays in the United Churches League, with two teams, and plans to expand into schoolboy soccer in the summer of 2008 ... The GAA club was authorised on 11 June 2007 at a meeting of the Dublin County Board ...
Clonakenny GAA
... Clonakenny GAA Club (Irish Cluain Uí Chionaoith) is a GAA club that plays both hurling (at Intermediate Grade) and Gaelic football (at Junior Grade) ... The club is located in the civil parish of Bournea between the towns of Roscrea (to the North) and Templemore (to the South) in North Tipperary, Ireland ... It plays in the Mid Tipperary Division of Tipperary GAA ...

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