Synonyms for ahascragh or Related words with ahascragh

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Examples of "ahascragh"
Ahascragh-Fohenagh GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the Ahascragh, in east County Galway, Ireland. As of 2017, the club competes in the Galway Senior Hurling Championship, having gained Senior status for the first time in 2016.
The National (Primary) School in Ahascragh was built in 19nn.
Ahascragh () is a village in east Galway, Ireland. It is located (7 mi) north-west of Ballinasloe on the Ahascragh/Bunowen River, a tributary of the River Suck. The R358 regional road passes through the village.
The club was formed in 2002 with the amalgamation of the neighbouring junior clubs of Ahascragh & Fohenagh.
Ahascragh had two Anglo-Irish seats of residence, located in Castlegar and Clonbrock, with respective period houses.
Of Loughanboy, Ahascragh, County Galway, Mannion left from Queenstown with her fiance Martin Callaghan, best friend Ellie Mockler and Martin’s two friends, Thomas Kilgannon and Thomas Smyth.
Mannion has been a member of the Connacht inter-provincial team on several occasions. At club level he plays with Ahascragh-Fohenagh.
St. Cuan's Well is located 2.3 km (1.4 miles) northeast of Ahascragh, 4 km (2½ miles) west of the River Suck.
He was born in Ahascragh, Ballinasloe, Co Galway, Ireland, and received his secondary school education at Garbally College. His father was Tadhg Mac Lochlainn, a local historian and welfare officer.
The finding aid of the collection related to the personal and political papers of the family of Dillon, Barons Clonbrock, Ahascragh (county Galway, c.1600-1960) was compiled by Stephen Ball, at the National Library of Ireland.
She subsequently spent seven years in New York City, returning in 1919. In 1920 she married Martin Hopkins of Chapelfinnerty, Ahascragh. In 1959 the family moved to Ganaveen, Clontuskert. Her descendants still live in the parish.
A running gag of the show, whereby the host Seán Moncrieff would make prank calls under the alias 'Monica Loolly' and claim to be from a small town in Galway named Ahascragh.
The Patron saint of the village is Saint Cuan. His death is recorded in the Annals of the Four Masters in 788 A.D. St. Cuan's Well lies to the northeast. The Annals also mention the battle of Ahascragh in 1307 between the English forces and O'Kelly Chieftains.
Harney was born in Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinasloe, County Galway in 1953. Her parents, who lived in nearby Ahascragh, were both farmers but her family moved to Newcastle, County Dublin shortly after her birth. She was educated at the Convent of Mercy, Inchicore and Presentation Convent, Clondalkin before studying at Trinity College, Dublin.
No team has ever won the championship on more than one occasion. Kilkenny clubs have accumulated the highest number of victories (6 wins), followed by Cork (2 wins). The championship has been won by 13 different clubs. The reigning champions are Carrickshock, who secured the title after defeating Ahascragh-Fohenagh by 2-15 to 0-06 in the 2017 final. .
Tyrrell was born in 1916 to poor parents near Cappagh, Ahascragh, County Galway, Ireland. His mother begged to support her family, and when Peter was aged eight the authorities petitioned the courts to place him and three of his siblings into St Joseph's Industrial School, where he remained until he was 16.
He was married to Mary Martha Bennett of Ahascragh. His granddaughter Norah Walker (1900–1985) was the wife of Irish poet Austin Clarke. Harris's great-grandson is the Irish playwright Ulick O'Connor. Politicians Patrick Dooley and Thomas Harris were also related to Matt Harris.
The 2017 Galway Senior Hurling Championship will be the 120th staging of the Galway Senior Hurling Championship since its establishment in 1887. St. Thomas' are the reigning champions. Ahascragh-Fohenagh will participate in the senior championship having been promoted from the intermediate competition in 2016.
The Book of Survey and Distribution for the year 1641 records the transfer of land at Ballydoogane in the parish of Fohenagh, barony of Kilconnell, from Teigh O'Doogane to Dennis O'Doogan. This shows that the O'Duggans still held on to land in their hereditary "tuagh" or country into the seventeenth century. According to Simmington's "Transplantations to Connacht", they lost their lands during the Cromwellian confiscations but in 1658, the commissioners in Loughrea regranted 75 acres to Teigh O'Doogane in the parish of Ahascragh. Griffith's Valuation shows John O'Doogan in possession of 74 acres 1 rood and 15 perches in the townland of Killasolan, parish of Ahascragh. Michael Duggan is the present owner of this land.
In 1953 they won their first trophy when they beat Ahascragh 1-7 to 2-1 in the Galway Junior North Board Championship Final Replay ( Drawing the first match with seven points each ), however they were stripped of their title and suspended for 12 months for fielding an illegal player, a Co. Longford man who worked as a barman in a pub in Vicar Street, Tuam.