Synonyms for moycullen or Related words with moycullen
Examples of "moycullen"
GAA () is a group title for several Gaelic Athletic Association clubs based in
, County Galway. The three clubs, Cumann Peil Máigh Cuilinn (
Football Club), Cumann Iománaíocht Máigh Cuilinn (
Hurling Club)and Cumann Camógaíocht Máigh Cuilinn (
Camogie Club) share playing facilities and cooperate on a number of local community and sporting issues. The clubs are members of the Galway GAA. There are two other clubs in the parish with indirect GAA affiliations,
Ladies Football Club and
Handball Club, who also share the club facilities.
Basketball Club is an Irish basketball club based in
, County Galway. The club's senior men's representative team, SSE Airtricity
, played in the Irish National League between 2009 and 2014. For the 2014–15 season, the team withdrew from the Premier League and joined the second-tiered National League Division 1. After winning the 2015 D1 title,
returned to the Premier League for the 2015–16 season.
Bradshaw plays his club football with
were crowned the All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football champions although Bradshaw missed the final due to suspension after being sent off in the simi-final with Annascaul.
She is married with two children and lives in
Russell grew up in
, County Galway were she attended Scoil Mhuire Maigh Cuilinn.
Basketball from County Galway is the only Connacht club to play in the Premier League.
He was born in County Galway and inherited Maigh Cuilinn (
) Castle and estate.
Ross Lake measures about long and wide. It is located about northwest of Galway city, near the village of
is now a satellite town of Galway with most residents commuting to the city for work, school, and business.
Killagoola (Cill Ogúla) is a small townland lying in the parish of
in County Galway, Ireland.
Clooniffe (Cluain Aoibh) is a small townland lying in the parish of
in County Galway, Ireland.
achieved Senior status in football in 1964 by winning the County Junior Championship and, except for a short stay at Intermediate level in 2008,
has been senior ever since. However, they have yet to win a County Senior League or Championship, despite reaching 3 County Finals.
Lios an Gharráin (anglicised Lissagurraun) is a townland of
near Barna in County Galway, Ireland. The populants of Lissagurran are exactly the same distance from
and Barna. There are only 10 houses, and no shops or schools. There are roughly 24 inhabitants.
He is from
, County Galway. He attended St Mary's College, Galway, NUI Galway and University College Dublin, where he studied Agricultural science.
The two lochs to which the name of the territory refers are Loch nOirbsean, and Loch Lurgain. The territory occupied nearly all the land between the two lakes and the River Corrib. It was roughly coextensive with the later barony of
, which took in the civil "parishes" of
, Kilcummin, Killanin, and Rahoon.
Ballycuirke Lough is located about northwest of Galway city, on the N59 road, near the village of
. The lake is a pike fishing destination.
She lives near the village of
. She teaches on the MA in Writing at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Mac Con Raoi directly ruled Gnó Mhór, which was later the civil "parishes" of Kilcummin and Killannin. Gnó Beag's king was later surnamed Ó hÉanaí (anglicised as Heaney and Heeney). Gnó Beag made up of the civil "parishes" of Rahoon and
. Loch Lonáin north of the "village" of Maigh Cuilin (
) and the Aille River between the villages of An Spidéal (Spiddal) and Indreabháin (Inverin) are the principal features which mark the divide between Gnó Mór and Gnó Beag. All four parishes were combined into the "barony" of
(distinct from the parish) soon after the Cambro-Norman invasion.
He then moved on to Galway club
, whom he led to an All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Championship title in 2008.
Clann Fhergail was a cantred located in County Galway, comprising the baronies of
and Galway, the parishes of Oranmore and Ballynacourty and Rahoon.
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