Synonyms for mountbellew or Related words with mountbellew

tiaquin              kilconnell              ballynakill              glennamaddy              killosolan              clonmacnowen              moycullen              dunkellin              moylough              kiltartan              ballymoe              ballinasloe              loughrea              ballymahon              killoscobe              templetogher              castlerahan              kilcolman              killannin              shanid              ahascragh              oughterard              rathkeale              kilcornan              kilrush              bailieborough              kilmoylan              kilcummin              shrule              clonlisk              abbeyknockmoy              coshlea              coolestown              carrigallen              clonmore              garrycastle              eglish              bawnboy              glenquin              tobercurry              pubblebrien              feenagh              kilglass              coshma              kenry              ballybritt              clonsast              kilmeedy              slievardagh              smallcounty             



Examples of "mountbellew"
Mountbellew has many sporting societies. Mountbellew Moylough GAA club plays both hurling and Gaelic football. The club colours are black and amber and play in Mountbellew/Moylough GAA grounds.
Connaughton was born in Mountbellew, County Galway. He was educated at St. Jarlath's Vocational School, Mountbellew, and Mountbellew Agricultural College where he did an IMI Management Course. Connaughton first became involved in politics in 1979 when he became a member of Galway County Council. He served on that authority on two occasions between 1979 and 1985, and again from 1991 to 2003.
Noel Colleran (born 1944 in Mountbellew, County Galway) is an Irish former sportsperson. He played Gaelic football with his local club Mountbellew and was a member of the Galway senior inter-county team in the 1960s and 1970s.
Ballinasloe, Clifden, Galway, Glenamaddy, Gort, Loughrea, Mountbellew, Oughterard, Portumna, Tuam
"Galway Now Magazine", Mountbellew Mass News Letter, "The Sunday Game"
Mountbellew-Moylough (Irish: "An Creagán/Maugh Locha") is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in County Galway, Ireland. The club is a member of the Galway GAA. The club was formerly known as Mountbellew before amalgamating with Moylough.
Christy Tyrrell (born 1943 in Mountbellew, County Galway) is an Irish former sportsperson. He played Gaelic football with his local club Mountbellew and was a member of the Galway senior inter-county team from 1964 until 1965.
Mountbellew or Mountbellew Bridge (historically "Creggaun", from ) is a town in County Galway, Ireland. It lies mostly within the townland of Treanrevagh ("Trian Riabhach") on the N63 national primary road.
En route it passes through Mountbellew, Roscommon Town, crosses the River Shannon at Lanesborough.
Galway West Fine Gael TD Paul Connaughton, Jnr attended Mountbellew qualifying with a Business degree from GMIT.
The R365 road, also called the Mountbellew Bypass, is a regional road in Ireland, located in County Galway.
Brendan Colleran (born 1948 in Mountbellew, County Galway) is an Irish former sportsperson. He played Gaelic football with his local club Mountbellew and was a member of the Galway senior inter-county team in the 1970s. Colleran is one of a unique set of Galway players who lost three All-Ireland finals in four years.
The R359 road is a regional road in Ireland stretching north-south for 16 km between Mountbellew and Woodlawn in County Galway.
The R358 road is a regional road in Ireland linking the N63 at Mountbellew to the N6 at Ballinasloe, all in County Galway.
The Institute of Technology, in addition to having two campuses in Galway City, also has campuses in Castlebar, Letterfrack and Mountbellew.
Originally from Mountbellew, Daly made his debut with the county side in the 1981 National League and played until the 1997 Championship season when he was player manager.
all Ireland runners up 2012. More recently Gallen community school have won the 2016 post primary schools B football title beating Mountbellew in the final.
Connaughton was a native of Ballinglas, Mountbellew, County Galway. Prior to joining the Gardaí he had been a farmer, enlisting as Gard 4447.
Mountbellew Agricultural College or Franciscan Brothers College is a training college for the farming and agricultural industry in Mountbellew, County Galway. It was founded by the Franciscan Brothers in 1904, who previously had a secondary school on the location, it was the first such college in Ireland. It is a private college but runs course in association with the Irish governments Agricultural and Food Development Authority (Teagasc) and the nearby Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology(GMIT).
After the ban on education by Catholics was repealed in 1782, two Brothers established themselves as the Franciscan Brothers of Ireland, a congregation of Religious Brothers, and opened a monastery and free primary school for poor boys in Milltown, Dublin. Several foundations soon followed. In 1818 they were given land in Mountbellew, County Galway, to which the monastery moved and opened a primary school, now the Mountbellew Agricultural College.