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Liam Bradley - Inter-county Management - Antrim Seniors
... that I think hasn’t been touched." Bradley upon being appointed Antrim manager Shortly before the nomination deadline of 17 October 2008, on the ... Interviews for the position were held on Wednesday 22 October, and a day later the Antrim County Board secretary Frankie Quinn released a statement stating Bradley had been installed as new Antrim manager for ... Bradley commented "I wanted he job because I see a lot of potential in Antrim," and went on to say "But I am under no illusions about the work me and my backroom team will have to do." Bradley chose Niall Conway of ...
List Of Irish Presbyteries - Templepatrick
... Antrim - First, Antrim - High Street, Antrim - Greystone Road, Ballyeaston - First, Ballyeaston - Second, Crumlin, Donegore - First, Donegore - Second, Dundrod, Duneane, Hydepark, Kilbride, Killead, Loanends ...
County Antrim FA - History
... Antrim FA held its inaugural meeting on 23 April 1888 at the Commercial Hotel, Donegall Street, Belfast ... Antrim FA set about organising a competition for its members, the County Antrim Senior Challenge Shield, for which the first round draw was made in November 1888 ... Antrim FA XIs also faced teams representing Co ...
Sean Mc Greevy
... Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a popular Gaelic footballer who has been the Antrim goalkeeper since making his Championship debut in 1993 ... He enjoyed an impressive first outing for Antrim, who narrowly lost to Brian McEniff's side by three points ... the game full-time due to his commitments to Antrim and club, St Paul's GAC ...
Antrim, Nova Scotia
... Antrim is a community in the Northwestern part of the Halifax Regional Municipality in the Musquodoboit Valley on the Antrim Road off Route 212 ... According to the majority of residents, Antrim borders Carroll's Corner where the pavement on Antrim Road meets the gravel section ... It was first settled by the Kerrs, McMichael and McMullin families who came from Antrim in the North of Ireland ...

Famous quotes containing the word antrim:

    Satiety is a mongrel that barks at the heels of plenty.
    —Minna Antrim (1861–?)

    Enthusiasms, like stimulants, are often affected by people with small mental ballast.
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    The difference between a saint and a hypocrite is that one lies for his religion, the other by it.
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