Synonyms for moylough or Related words with moylough

tiaquin              mountbellew              clonlisk              ballynakill              dunkellin              killosolan              ballymahon              glennamaddy              shrule              ballymoe              shanid              killoscobe              templetogher              kilkerrin              ballybritt              kilmoylan              kilglass              kilconnell              glenquin              kilrush              kiltartan              castlerahan              clonmacnowen              kilbarron              kilcolman              gorteen              pubblebrien              rathkeale              killannin              carrigallen              kilcummin              ballintemple              clonsast              moycullen              ballyboy              feenagh              rossinver              coolestown              knockane              rosclogher              loughrea              kilcornan              ballynamona              addergoole              cloonclare              killanummery              killererin              cullenagh              drumahaire              coshlea             

Examples of "moylough"
Former Irish Rugby Manager Eddie O'Sullivan is from Moylough.
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.
Lohan was a captain of a group of Whiteboys in the Moylough area of County Galway, responsible for rural unrest and violence. They were opposed by Charles O'Rourke (Moylough), a landlord based in Moylough, who arrested suspected members and engaged them in pitched battles.
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.
Higgins was born in Moylough, the son of Martin Higgins, a shopkeeper, and Catherine Kelly.
It consisted of the parishes of Athenry, Monivea, Tiaquin, Kilkerrin, Moylough, Killererin, Ballynakill-Aghiart (in Killian), Kilmoylan, and possibly Abbeyknockmoy.
Healy Eames was born in Lakeview, Moylough, County Galway. She attended St. Patricks NS, Moylough and Holy Rosary College, Mountbellew. She grew up on the family dairy farm with her three sisters and one brother. Healy Eames is married to Michael Eames. They live in Mardee in Oranmore, County Galway.
The R328 road is a regional road in Counties Mayo and Galway in Ireland, connecting Ballindine on the N17 to Moylough on the N63.
The R364 road is a regional road in County Galway, Ireland connecting Moylough on the N63 to near Ballymoe on the N60.
In April 2006, Former team-mates, opponents and friends of Colleran celebrated his life with a special tribute weekend in his native Moylough.
Three house sport carnivals take place annually, the swimming carnival, athletics carnival and the cross country. Galway have won 10 events, Maynooth and Westport have won eight each while Moylough has won four events.
Hughes represented the Connacht inter-provincial team on a number of occasions and was a Railway Cup runner-up on two occasions. At club level he won one championship medal with Mountbellew-Moylough.
Laughlin is said to have been the last Ó Cellaigh inhabitant and owner of Moylough Castle. He was regarded as "a chivalrous man", and was kindly remembered in local folklore into the 20th century.
Joe Bergin (born 17 February 1981) is an Irish Gaelic footballer from Galway. He was a member of the Galway panel from 2000 to 2012. He plays his club football with Mountbellew-Moylough.
There are four houses at Thomas Carr. They are the Galway Tigers (yellow), the Moylough Muscle (blue), Maynooth Bulls (red) and Westport Roos (green). All are named after towns in Ireland and are significant places in Thomas Carr's life.
All-Ireland champions Corofin were the defending champions after they defeated St. Michael's in the previous years final, and they successfully defended their title and also claimed a three-in-a-row of titles when beating Mountbellew-Moylough in the final at Tuam Stadium on 11 October 2015 by 3-13 to 0-12.
All-Ireland champions Corofin were the defending champions after they defeated Mountbellew/Moylough in the previous years final, and they claimed a 3-in-a-row of titles when defeating Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-16 to 0-11 in the final at Pearse Stadium on23rd October.
The R332 road is a regional road in County Galway and County Mayo in Ireland. It connects the N63 road at Horseleap Cross near Moylough in County Galway, via Tuam, to the N84 road at Kilmaine in County Mayo, away (map of the route).
Moylough ( ; ) is a small rural village located in County Galway in Ireland. It is located on the N63 national secondary road (Cnoc Tua Mór–Longford), and is served also by the R328 and R364 regional roads. It is 50 km from Galway, 30 km from Roscommon, and 5 km northwest of Mountbellew. It is twinned with Elliant in Brittany.
Ó Cellaigh was a descendant of the Kings of Uí Maine, and cousin of the last attested king, Feardorcha Ó Cellaigh, (1593 - after 1611). He was the chief of his branch of the dynasty, owning the castles of Mullaghmore, Garbally, Moylough and Castleblakeney in north County Galway.