Synonyms for rathkeale or Related words with rathkeale
Examples of "rathkeale"
Refereed by Jeremiah Fitzgerald (
Croom, Glin, Kilmallock, Limerick, Newcastle,
The station has studios in Newcastle West, Abbeyfeale and
In 2011 he was appointed Parish Priest in
College and Wanganui Collegiate schools.
Another faction starting up (not involved in the Limerick Feud) in
Rovers, who are part of the local Ratkeale traveller community with strong ties to another faction by the name of EXCAM which, other than it being known as an underground munitions dealer very little is known about them. Code of silence is strong in the traveler community. Whilst the majority of
Travelers earn their money legitimately. There is a group of cons, often called the
Rovers would use threatening actions to force people to sell their houses in
, and then buy it themselves. Furthermore, when they were travelling abroad (to places such as Australia, Norway, France and Italy) they would often scam people, either through supplying reasonably expensive labor, with end-result been poorly done (such as bitumen having holes after a couple of weeks after it was placed) or selling counterfeit products (such as faulty generators, described to be top of the range). The
Rovers, would often call themselves employees of fake Irish company and use fake names. The earning would then be laundered and finally make its way back to
. Causing it to be considered the laundering capitol of Ireland. Also to note
Rovers are said to be the cause of many planning violations.
"Glin was abolished in 1892 and its land split between Listowel and
Born in Tauranga, Bracewell was educated at
College near Masterton.
College was established in 1963 to complete the family of schools managed by the St Matthew's Schools Trust Board, which already had a girls school in St Matthews Collegiate School and a preparatory school in Hadlow School. The foundation Headmaster was E.J. Norman, a housemaster from Christ's College in Christchurch, while the deputy headmaster was Bruce Hamilton, also of Christ's. The school was established in the homestead of
farm, previously owned by the Maunsell family. The
homestead is now known as School House. The school was officially opened in 1963 by Governor General Brigadier Sir Bernard Fergusson. The school was officially called St. Matthew's Collegiate School for Boys, but has always been known as
College, after the farm on which it was situated. The farm's name comes from
in County Limerick, Ireland, where the Maunsell family was originally from.
The Church of Ireland also have a church in the town names St Mary's with a clergyman resident in
College is a state-integrated Anglican boys secondary school on the outskirts of Masterton, New Zealand.
railway station opened on 1 January 1867, closed for passenger traffic on 4 February 1963 and finally closed altogether on 2 December 1974. The Great Southern Trail an off-road trail for cyclists and walkers is a greenway rail trail which follows the route of the former Limerick-Tralee railway line between
, the river crosses the N21 and heads for its confluence and estuary at Askeaton.
Both summer and winter sport is compulsory at
College, with a wide range of sports offered. The main summer sports are cricket and tennis, while the main winter sports are rugby, hockey and association football.
College has sports exchanges with Christ's College, Lindisfarne College, Hutt International Boys' School, Wanganui Collegiate and St. Patrick's College, Silverstream.
For the purpose of elections the county was divided into five local electoral areas: Adare (7), Castleconnell (7), Kilmallock (5), Newcastle (5) and
Ahane hurlers bounced back in 1942 to reach a tenth successive county decider. A 7–8 to 1–0 defeat of
gave Mackey an eight winners' medal in the hurling championship. This victory set Ahane off on another great run of success. Further defeats of Croom (twice),
(twice), Granagh-Ballingarry and St. Patrick's yielded another seven championships in succession. These victories brought Mackey's championship medal to a remarkable fifteen.
On 14 April 1921 his treatment at
prison was debated in the House of Commons - MPs questioned his cell conditions and if it was appropriate to carry around an elected MP, who was awaiting trail, as a hostage on British Army trucks. English journalist Wilfrid Ewart gives an interesting account of Ireland at that time, including a visit to
prison and a meeting with Colivet, who was interned there in April 1921.
Ballingarry () is a village in County Limerick in the province of Munster, Ireland. It lies between
and Kilmallock on the R518 road.
The R518 road is a regional road in Ireland which runs from Kilmallock via
, to Askeaton, all in County Limerick.
() is a town in west Co Limerick, in Ireland. It is 30 km (18 mi) southwest of Limerick city on the N21 road to Tralee, Co Kerry, and lies on the River Deel.
has a significant Irish Traveller population, and the largest concentration of descendants of the German Palatines who immigrated to Ireland in the early 18th century is in villages around it.
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