Synonyms for skehanagh or Related words with skehanagh

ballynamona              kineagh              gorteen              kilbarron              clonsast              ballyadams              cullenagh              clonlisk              coolestown              tiaquin              kilmanman              ballyglass              kilmoylan              shanid              ballymachugh              kilcornan              slievardagh              ballynamuddagh              tankardstown              ballybritt              castlequarter              ballymahon              tinnahinch              noughaval              lisduff              templetogher              ballintemple              rathaspick              letterluna              kildrumsherdan              tullabracky              finnoe              banagh              kiltartan              ballynahown              clandonagh              cornamucklagh              kenry              clonrush              knockbride              clarmallagh              iraghticonnor              ballymacward              ballycowan              glennamaddy              knockainy              shrule              tubbrid              moylough              kiltennell             



Examples of "skehanagh"
The parish contains the townlands of Ballaghafadda (East), Ballaghafadda (West), Ballybeg, Ballyveskil, Ballyvonnavaun, Barntick, Buncraggy, Carrowgar, Carrownanelly, Clareabbey, Clare Commons, Clarehill, Creggaunnahilla, Derreen, Feagh, Islandavanna Lower (Intake), Islandavanna Upper (Intake), Islandmagrath, Killow, Knockanimana, Lissan East, Lissan West, Manusmore and Skehanagh.
Born in Skehanagh, Eyrecourt, County Galway, he was returned unopposed as Member of Parliament for East Galway in the 4 December 1914 by-election for the Irish Parliamentary Party on the death of John Roche.
The third son of John Laffan, of Skehanagh, counties Clare and Limerick, he was born on 21 September 1821. Educated at the college of Pont Levoy, near Blois, France, he went to the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, in September 1835, and on 5 May 1837 was gazetted a second lieutenant in the Royal Engineers.
Ballintubber GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club, based in Ballintubber, County Mayo, Ireland. The club is a member of the Mayo GAA county board, and fields Gaelic football teams in competitions run by the board. Ballintubber's home pitch is located Skehanagh Lower, Ballintober, Co. Mayo.
Borrisokane forest in County Tipperary extends from the R445 road northward to Portumna and from Lough Derg to the County Offaly border. The forest consists of several widely dispersed small areas of woodland centred on Borrisokane. Coillte, the state sponsored forestry company, manages the forest which includes plantations at Annagh (Birr), Annagh (Portumna), Ballyquirk, Clonfinane, Coolbaun, Cowbaun, Croghan, Crotta, Curraghglass, Derrybreen, Garraunorish, Kilcunnahin Beg, Kilcunnahin More, Killurane, Knockanacree near Cloghjordan, Kilbarron, Laghile, Minchins, Muckloon, Newlawn, Shanakill, Skehanagh (a farm partnership), Sopwell woods and Turravoghan.
Prior to 1988, the club rented out various fields around the parishes from local farmers for training and matches. In 1988, it located a site about half a kilometre from Crecora village in the townland of Skehanagh in Manister parish. It was blessed and officially opened in 1991 and contained a full sized pitch along with a smaller sized training pitch. Dressing rooms were constructed in 1997-98 and soon after nets and lights were added. A hurling wall was also built in 2010-11.