Synonyms for kilkerrin or Related words with kilkerrin

tiaquin              clonmacnowen              glennamaddy              dunkellin              killoscobe              clonlisk              kilmoylan              killosolan              shanid              kilbegnet              templetogher              kilconnell              ballynamona              coshma              ballynamuddagh              moylough              killallaghtan              glenquin              ballynakill              kenry              coshlea              kilfinnane              kilglass              cloonclare              kilflyn              clonsast              kiltartan              ballynaclogh              killannin              drumgoon              ballymoe              knockane              rathkeale              coolestown              lisduff              kilcornan              ballymachugh              rathaspick              castlerahan              kilcroan              ballynacourty              mountbellew              aghamore              slievemargy              killererin              drumraney              clandonagh              pubblebrien              killanummery              kilcolman             

Examples of "kilkerrin"
Lisa Walsh and Divilly further extended Kilkerrin/Clonberne’s lead, and they almost looked comfortable, before two late lapses in concentration arrived as firstly Aimme Bell cut open the Kilkerrin/Clonberne defence to race through but Murphy produced a fine save.
The majority of the film was filmed in Kilkerrin, Co. Galway, with many people of Kilkerrin and the surrounding villages being able to spot themselves as extras in a plethora of scenes.
Kilkerrin-Clonberne were relegated to the Intermediate grade after 18 years in the top flight.
It consisted of the parishes of Athenry, Monivea, Tiaquin, Kilkerrin, Moylough, Killererin, Ballynakill-Aghiart (in Killian), Kilmoylan, and possibly Abbeyknockmoy.
Shane Walsh is a Gaelic footballer for the Galway Senior Football team. He also plays club football for Kilkerrin-Clonberne.
Canavan was a native of Kilkerrin, County Galway, and prior to joining the force was a farmer. He joined An Garda Síochána on 12 March 1969.
Kilkerrin () is a village in County Galway, Ireland. It is situated on the R364 regional road 6 km south of the town of Glenamaddy. Notable features in the area are Kiltullagh Lake and the Lough Lurgeen raised bog.
Kilkerrin Clonberne produced a storming first half display to secure the TECO Connacht Ladies Club IFC title. Mayo’s, Hollymount, battled bravely right up until the final whistle but found the gap too much after the Galway women’s fantastic early dominance.
Determined to contain any early Hollymount fightback after the restart, Kilkerrin/Clonberne came out with all guns blazing and hit three early scores on the bounce thanks to Clarke, Divilly and Louise Ward.
Flannchad was a member of the Corco Moga people, who had by his time been conquered by the Ui Diarmata. The Corco Moga were natives of what is now the parish of Kilkerrin in north-east County Galway.
The youth teams up to minors are called "Carna Caiseal Na Piarsaigh". It has a mixture of players from Rosmuc, Camus,Kilkerrin and Carna. Their under 12s team has done significantly well in the last few years winning the double in 2015 and winning their league and reaching the final of the other one only to lose out to An Spidéal.
Divilly’s pointed free was Kilkerrin/Clonberne’s last score with five minutes remaining, and despite late Hollymount kicks over the bar from Byrne and Danielle Delaney, Grogan’s outfit had done enough and can now look forward to an All-Ireland semi-final.
To Lua Foto was a member of the Corco Moga of what is now north-east County Galway. The Corco Moga's homeland was based around what is now the parish of Kilkerrin. In the 10th century, the area was conquered by the Ui Briuin, who established a new dynasty of the Ui Diarmata as rulers.
Kilkerrin/Clonberne boss Niall Grogan had a remarkable midfield in the form of stalwart Annette Clarke who captained Galway to senior All-Ireland Galway glory in 2004; and Louise Ward – who helped Galway to an All-Ireland under-16 crown earlier this year. Both dominated from the offset as if they had played with each other for years.
The Mayo kingpins were struggling and Kilkerrin/Clonberne could have been much further in front only for the difficult conditions, as Hollymount’s only bright spark was Yvonne Byrne who finally got them off the mark with two points after twenty minutes.
But in injury time, Hollymount were handed a precious lifeline when Stacey Nevin was fouled going through on goal in a rare attack. Although Byrne’s penalty came back off the crossbar she caught the rebound and held off the challenge of Kilkerrin/Clonberne goalkeeper Lisa Murphy to lash home to suddenly make it 1-5 to 1-2 at the break.
KILKERRIN/CLONBERNE: L Murphy; A Miskell, A McStay, S Gormally; A Walsh, N Ward, A Mahoney; A Clarke (0-3), L Ward (0-1); O Divilly (1-4, 1 free), L Gannon (0-1), A Heverin; S Ward (A Boyle 39mins), C Heverin, L Walsh (0-2).
John Divilly is a former Galway footballer from the Kilkerrin-Clonberne club. He won the All-Ireland in 1998 and was one of the main players interviewed in the documentary "A Year Til Sunday", which used hidden cameras to tell the story of Galway's journey to winning the All-Ireland Football Championship in 1998. He is the manager of the NUIM Sigerson Cup team which was victorious over UUJ in February 2010.
Kilkerrin-Clonberne is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Clonberne, County Galway, Ireland. The club is a member of the Galway GAA. They achieved Senior status in 1996 and have competed in the Galway Senior Club Football Championship up until 2015. They were relegated to the Intermediate ranks by a strong Kilconly side. Notable former players include Johnny Geraghty & Christy Tyrell, members of Galway's famous 3 in a row team and John Divilly, a member of Galway's All-Ireland triumph in 1998. In 1999, the Ladies football club in Clonberne won a club All-Ireland.
In 1947 the Esker Ballroom was built on the Kilkerrin Road in Glenamaddy, but because this was during the war and because of some objection he could not hold get a licence to hold dances or have a bar in the building. Eventually these problems were overcome and on the 27th of April 1949 the first dance was held in The Esker Ballroom. The dance was very successful and was the first of many, held every second Sunday, which would make the Esker Ballroom famous throughout the country.