Synonyms for crosserlough or Related words with crosserlough

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Examples of "crosserlough"
There are three schools in the parish, Kilnaleck, Drumkilly and Crosserlough. There are three Catholic Churches in Crosserlough, the Parish Church in the townland of Cullow, in the Crosserlough area. This church was built in 1888. There is also a Church of Ireland church at Kildrumferton.
In May 1971 Cuchulainns met the vastly more experienced Crosserlough in the 1970 league final. Incidentally Crosserlough were on their way to winning a record breaking seven in a row senior championship. The Anglo Celt reports that Crosserlough gave clear notice that they were still a force in Cavan football, when they won yet another Cavan title, this time the 1970 league, when beating Cuchulainns by 2-12 to 2-8 in an entertaining match at Breifne Park on Sunday last.
The parish consists of three areas. Kilnaleck, which is a village, Drumkilly and Crosserlough.
Crosserlough is a proud G.A.A. parish. This is mainly due to its seven senior championships in a row back in the '70s. The McCabe brothers of Andy and P.V., and the legendary John Byres are just some of the names that made up this team. Anna Reilly née McCabe made up part of the first Cavan ladies all Ireland Victory. One of Cavan's most famous footballers, Mick Higgins R.I.P 28-01-2010, spent his youth in Crosserlough. Crosserlough have always played at senior level, the only team to do so in the county. Crosserlough also have a strong Camogie tradition, as well as some promising underage talent. Crosserlough is also home to Innyvale Athletic Club.
Crosserlough is a Gaelic Athletic Association club from Kilnaleck, County Cavan in Ireland. They are affiliated to Cavan GAA.
6 clubs - Ramor United, Laragh United, Crosserlough, Cavan Gaels, Castlerahan and Knockbride - as well as two amalgamated teams - Southern Gaels (Gowna/Lacken) and St. Joseph's (Arva, Killeshandea and Drumlane). The teams for the 2015 Championship was decided by the top six teams in the Lakeside Manor Hotel Minor Football League Division 1 (Southern Gaels, St Josephs, Ramor, Crosserlough, Castlerahan and Cavan Gaels) and the top two teams in the Lakeside Manor Hotel Minor Football League Division 2 (Knockbride and Laragh).
Situated in the parish of Crosserlough, Drumkilly has a church, St. Joseph's, and a school, St. Joseph's N.S., which are located beside each other in the townland of Drumkilly.
He died on 17 February 1717, and is buried in the old church of Kill, in the parish of Crosserlough, barony of Castlerahan, County Cavan, in a tomb bearing his family arms, which was still in good preservation in 1836.
Crosserlough, historically known as Cros Ar Loch, is a large civil parish in southern County Cavan, in the province of Ulster, Ireland. It is located between Ballyjamesduff and Lough Sheelin.
In 1972 two local teams Laragh and Stradone amalgamated under the name St. Brigid's for the Cavan Senior Football Championship. They reached the final, losing to the great seven-in-a-row Crosserlough. The success united the parish and in 1973 they came together under one name Laragh United.
The Cavan Under-21 Football Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association club competition between Under-21 Cavan Gaelic football clubs. It was first competed for in 1975. Laraugh United won the first Under-21 championship. Gowna, Crosserlough, Bailieborough and Cavan Gaels have all won 4 titles each. The current (2012) Under-21 football champions are Cavan Gaels.
Brady was born at Crosserlough, Co. Cavan, Ireland, 11 April 1842. Educated at the local diocesan schools and then completed his theological course at the Missionary College of All Hallows, Dublin, which trained priests for English Speaking communities, where he was ordained priest for the Diocese of Boston, 4 December 1864.
Drumkilly had a Gaelic football team in the past, but since the 1950s, footballers from the area have played with Crosserlough GFC. An attempt was made in 1987 to reform the Drumkilly team, but the motion was narrowly defeated at a Cavan County Board vote.
The 2015 Cavan Minor Football Championship was played between August and October 2015. It is premier minor championship in Cavan. 8 teams took part − 6 clubs - Ramor United, Laragh United, Crosserlough, Cavan Gaels, Castlerahan and Knockbride - as well as two amalgamated teams - Southern Gaels (Gowna/Lacken) and St. Joseph's (Arva, Killeshandea and Drumlane).
The GAA was only in existence for 24 years when Lacken won their first and only senior championship. The County Championship of 1908 began in September and was run on league basis. The county was divided into two divisions East and West. Lacken Celtics were in the western division along with Cavan Slashers, Crosserlough Young Irelanders, Mullahoran Dreadnoughts, Cornafean, Crubany Sarsfields, Drumlane Sons of O’Connells and Ballyconnell First Ulsters. Games were played on a double round league system with teams of seventeen players.
There are many historical sites in Crosserlough including a very impressive Dolmen in Duffcastle, and one in Kildrumferton. There is a mass rock from the Penal days in Lehery and there are several ring forts throughout the Parish. St. Patrick's Rock in Curraghabreedin is famed for curing warts. Kill cemetery evokes many legends, including the shooting of a priest for saying mass during the Penal era. There are lead coffins and a number of cures throughout the cemetery.
It wasn't long before Laragh United delivered their first major success. In 1974 they won the Cavan Minor Football Championship and repeated the feat in 1976 and 1977. They won the Cavan Under-21 Football Championship in 1975 and 1976. This underage success was converted to senior success as they won their first Cavan Senior Football Championship in 1979 defeating Crosserlough. More Senior Football Championships followed and they won three-in-a-row between 1982 and 1984.
He was born in either the townlands of Tonylion or Kilnaleck in the civil parish of Crosserlough, County Cavan, Ireland on 1 August 1842. Boylan was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Kilmore on 31 March 1867 and professed a priest of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer on 15 October 1888. He was appointed the Bishop of the Diocese of Kilmore by Pope Pius X on 13 March 1907. Boylan's episcopal consecration took place on 19 May 1907; the principal consecrator was Cardinal Michael Logue, Archbishop of Armagh, and the principal co-consecrators were Joseph Hoare, Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise and Henry Henry, Bishop of Down and Connor.
Aged just 16, Lyng began to play for the Gaels moving from native club Crosserlough. Since the move, Lyng's career has gone from strength to strength. As a player for Cavan Gaels he has won 8 Cavan Senior Football Championships, 6 Senior Leagues, 3 Minor Championship, 2 Minor League, 1 U-21 Championship and 1 South Ulster League. Individual Awards include Cavan senior player of the year 2004, Cavan Minor player of the year 2003, MOTH in the senior Championship final 2006 and South Ulster League final. Cavan U-21 Captain 2005. Michael has also one Railway Cup winners medal for 2004. He also won a Ryan Cup with DCU in 2007.
Lacken Celtics topped the western division in March 1909 when they defeated Cornafean in the divisional final in the Show Grounds, Cavan (Terry Coyle Park). They then faced Lavey) Joe Biggars in the county final who were victorious in the Eastern Division. The county final was played in Crosserlough on 27 June 1909 and it was Lacken who finished on top on a score line of seven points to three points becoming the 1908 Senior Champions. Unfortunately, to this day, Peter Maguire is the only Lacken captain to lift the Senior Championship Cup.