Leinster Senior Football

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Olive Senior
... Olive Marjorie Senior (b ... After Hurricane Gilbert hit Jamaica in 1988, Senior moved to Europe, where she lived for short periods in Portugal, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, before settling in Canada in the early 1990s ... Senior has published three collections of poems Talking of Trees (1985), Gardening in the Tropics (1994), and Over the Roofs of the World (2005) ...
Senan Connell - County Honours
... Leinster Senior Football Championship 2006 Leinster Senior Football Championship 2005 Leinster Senior Football Championship 2002 ...
Don Young
... Young is the 6th most senior U.S ... Representative and the 2nd most senior Republican Representative, as well as the 2nd most senior Republican in Congress as a whole ... Upon the defeat of Senator Ted Stevens, Young became the senior member of the Alaska congressional delegation ...
John O'Leary (Gaelic Footballer) - Playing Career
... a member of the panel that won the 1978 Leinster Minor Football Championship and were beaten in the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship final to Mayo ... This proved to be a successful year for him, as he went on to claim his second Leinster minor medal and his first all-Ireland minor medal with Dublin ... O'Leary made his championship debut for Dublin in 1980 against Offaly in the Leinster championship final ...
Conal Keaney - Championship Appearances - 2006
... Despite a late return to county football in the 2006 National Football League he finished the league as the second highest scorer with a score of 2-12 (0-6f) ... In his opening game in the Championship for Dublin in the Leinster Senior Football Championship quarter final, he is regarded as single handedly winning the game for Dublin ... against Longford in a game that sent Dublin into the Leinster Senior Football Championship Semi-Final against Laois in Croke Park ...

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