Synonyms for eglish or Related words with eglish

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Eglish St. Patrick's is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the village of Eglish in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
Eglish St. Patrick's is the local Gaelic Athletic Association club.
Eglish is located in west County Offaly. It contains Lough Coura.
Eagralougher, Edenappa, Edenaveys, Edenderry, Edenykennedy, Edenknappagh, Eglish, Ellisholding, Elm Park or Mullaghatinny, Enagh, Ennislare, Eshwary
Bulfin died on Christmas Eve 1968, and is buried in Eglish churchyard near Birr, Co Offaly.
McKenna is from Eglish, County Tyrone, and previously played Gaelic football for the Tyrone minors.
Edenaveys, Edenderry (Co. Down), Edenderry (Co. Tyrone), Ederney, Eglinton, Eglish, Enniskillen, Erganagh, Eskra
Eglish (), also called Fercale ("Fir Ceall") is a barony in County Offaly (formerly King's County), Republic of Ireland.
The names Eglish ("An Eaglais", "the church") and Fercale ("Fir Ceall", "men of the churches") both refer to churches.
Nearby villages include Fivealley about 3 km. to the north which is on the N52 motorway and Killyon about 3 km. to the south on R-440, both of which are located within the same parish. Eglish Castle and the Church of St. James, Eglish, are located about 3 km. to the west.
The championship was organised on the traditional provincial system used in Gaelic Games since the 1880s, with Athenry, and Eglish, winning the championships of the other two provinces. Angela Downey scored 7-5 for St Paul’s in their semi-final demolition of Eglish.
In Gaelic Ireland, Rath was located in the territory of Firceall, of the Kingdom of Meath. The O'Molloy clan were chieftains of the territory and had a castle in nearby Eglish (the remains of which are still visible today). Following the plantations of Offaly in the 16th century, Firceall was broken up into the Baronies of Ballycowan, Ballyboy and Eglish.
McAnallen won consecutive Tyrone Minor Championships with Eglish in 1996 and 1997. He won a Tyrone Intermediate Championship medal with the club in 1997.
Eagle Hill or Ouna, Eagry, East Park, East Torr, Eden, Edenturcher, Edenvale, Eglish, Elephant Rock, Elginny, Ellanabough, Enagh Lower, Englishtown, Eshery, Eskylane, Essan, Evishacrow, Evishnablay
The championship was organised on the traditional provincial system used in Gaelic Games since the 1880s, with Glenamaddy and Eglish winning the championships of the other two provinces.
Eglish was territory of the Ó Maolmhuaidh (O'Molloy) of the Southern Uí Néill, prince of Firceall (Fir Cell, "men of the churches"). During its existence Firceall was the location of a number of ancient abbeys and castles. The church at Lynally (near Tullamore) formed the parish church until the foundation of parish churches at Rahan, Killoughey, Ballyboy, Drumcullen and Eglish. A number of known ancient abbeys were located at Drumcullen, Killyon, Kilcormac and Rahan.
This constituency comprised the south-western part of King's County now known as County Offaly. It consisted of the baronies of Ballycowan, Ballyboy and Eglish, Ballybritt, Clonlisk and Garrycastle.
Derrycrin (Eglish) is a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the historic barony of Dungannon Upper and the civil parish of Ballinderry and covers an area of 444 acres.
Connacht defeated Ulster 5–1 to 3–2 in the trophy semi-final at Eglish in the semi-final and then defeated Munster by 2–3 to 2–2 at Russell Park.
Leinster defeated Ulster by 3–11 to 1–4 in the trophy semi-final at Eglish while Connacht defeated Munster 3–3 to 0–5 at Na Fianna. Leinster defeated Connacht by 3–16 to 2–8 in the final.