Synonyms for endas or Related words with endas
Examples of "endas"
The (2013) champions of the Dublin Minor Hurling Championship are Ballyboden St
Senior hurling team are the current Junior Hurling Champion of Antrim with a landslide victory over Cushendun.
Rachel Ruddy is a Dublin Camogie and Ladies Gaelic Football player from the Ballyboden St
She was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a Fianna Fáil Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin County constituency at the 1933 general election. She was described as a spinster from St
College in Rathfarnham. She was proposed for the position by Dr. James J.McCann of 23 Terenure Road.This was seconded by Frank Burke, St.
, Harolds Grange, Co.Dublin.
Kilmacud Crokes won the 2005 Dublin Senior Football Championship against Ballyboden St
. Kilmacud won by 1-11 to 2-02 against Ballyboden.
He then won a Dublin Senior Club Hurling Championship medal, his third in a row, when Ballyboden St
beat Craobh Chiaráins in the final.
His contributions to Dublin Hurling & particularly Ballyboden St
are unmatched, particularly with his commitment to underage teams, and he is an example to all around him.
After a successful operation and recovery, Hiney made his comeback in a club league game with Ballyboden St
on 19 April 2012.
Round four saw the exit of Erin's Isle, Ballinteer St John's, Ballyboden St
, Ballymun Kickhams, Raheny, O'Tooles, St Marys and St Brigids.
Malachy Travers is an Irish hurling player for Wexford and Ballyboden St
. Mal won his first Dublin Senior Hurling Championship medal with his club Ballyboden St
in October 2007, his second in November 2008 and his third in 2009 when he also captained the team to the League and Championship double. He won further titles in 2010 and 2011. He missed most of the 2012 season with injuries.
Clonmel Commercials, the current Munster Club champions, are based in the town. They reached the semi-finals of the 2015/2016 All Ireland Football Club championships, losing out to Ballyboden St.
, who would go on to win the championship.
The defending champions were Ballyboden St.
from Dublin who defeated Castlebar Mitchels of Mayo on 17 March 2016 to win their 1st title. They were defeated in the second round of the 2016 Dublin Championship by Kilmacud Crokes.
He also won the National Football league with Dublin in 1993. Bealin famously guided Ballyboden St
to their first and only Dublin SFC title in 1995 as player-manager.
, Kilmacud Crokes, St Judes and St Mary's, Saggart have qualified for the semi finals of the Dublin Senior Football Championship. All teams remaining in the competition are from South Dublin.
The number of people living around the neighbourhoods of Ballyroan and St.
fell notably by 8% and 7% respectively. On the other hand, there were minimal increases in the Butterfield and Hermitage areas.
The Kick Fada record, which stands at 72 metres, was achieved by four time champion Mark Herbert from Kildare. Suzanne Hughes from Ballyboden St
GAA Club holds the all time female record of 52m from back in 2001.
Brian Stynes was on Dublins winning team in the 1995 all-Ireland senior football championship against Tyrone at Croke Park. Stynes was awarded an allstar for his performances in 1995. Brian played his club football for Ballyboden St
St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh, Ballymun Kickhams, UCD, Raheny, St Judes, St Brigids A, Ballyboden St
progressed to the fourth round as they won their respective second round games and hadn't lost a game so far in the championship.
The current Division nine champions are Naomh Olaf, who won all 15 matches in the Division and go on to qualify for the Division 8 of the Dublin Adult Football League. Ballyboden St
won the Division 9 playoff final.
St Brigids, Kilmacud Crokes, St Vincents and St Oliver Plunketts Eoghan Ruadh progressed to the semi finals of the Dublin Championship. The UCD, Lucan Sarsfields, Na Fianna and lastyear's champions Ballyboden St
were eliminated from the competition.
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