Western Final

Some articles on final, western, western finals:

Sliabh G Cua-Saint Marys GAA - Club History
... Sliabh gCua Club won the Junior Football County final, beating Fenor in the final after a replay ... Sliabh gCua were beaten in the county final by the now defunct St Stephen’s Club ... were part of a side that won a minor football county final ...
Modeligo GAA - Naomh Brid History - 1994 To 1997
... In 1994 Naomh Brid won a western minor hurling title but was defeated in the county final at the hands of a strong Passage side at Cappoquin ... In 1994, Naomh Brid qualified to play Dungarvan in the final at Cappoquin but the final was never played ... mostly the team that qualified for the 1994 final, the under 12-football team reached the ’A’ final against Kilgobinet ...
Modeligo GAA - Naomh Brid History - Recent Years
... well with the clubs winning at least one county final each year ... Patrick’s reached a western division three under 14 hurling final but were beaten by Ballyduff in Lismore ... A few weeks later the same two sides met in the county division four hurling final at Cappoquin ...
Plains Cree - Writing Systems - Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
... Plains Cree follows the western Cree usage of Canadian Aboriginal syllabics ... The distinguishing features of western Cree syllabics are the position of the w-dot and the use of western finals ... The western w-dot is placed after its syllabic, as in ᒷ mwa (eastern ᒶ mwa) ...

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