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Clyda Rovers GAA - History
... The club was founded by Fr ... It was originally an all hurling club but in 1923 the club began to compete in Gaelic football also ... Throughout the 20's 30's 40's the Club played with little success ...
South Barwon Football Club - Premierships
... The club has won 5 senior premierships, their first in 2001 defeating North Shore in the final ... The club then won three premierships in a row from 2005-07 defeating Newtown-Chilwell, St ... The club won its fifth premiership in 2009 defeating St ...
Elizabeth S.C. - History
... The club immediately joined the German American Soccer League, now the Cosmopolitan Soccer League ... In 1940, the Liberty Sport Club merged into Elizabeth SC ... In the 1940s, the club started divisions for fencing, track and field, handball and bowling ...
SK Rockaden
... SK Rockaden is the biggest chess club in Sweden, founded 1921 at Sodermalm in central Stockholm, where the club spent most of its first forty years ... In 1961 the club moved to the southern suburb Hogdalen and in 1993 to its present location in the southwestern suburb Hagerstensasen ... premier league, Elitserien i schack, and have won Elitserien and its predecessor Lag-SM (National Team Championship) 20 times since its inception in 1951 1957–1959, 1980, 1982, 1984–1986, 1992–199 ...
Modeligo GAA History
... The club was established in 1977 to cater for the G.A.A ... It took the club nine years to taste success ... In 1986 under the guidance of Paddy Joe Ryan as trainer the club won a notable double defeating Glen Rovers in the ‘B’ hurling and Stradbally in Junior Football ...

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