Anglo-Celtic

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Anglo-Celtic

n, adj
Austral of or relating to an inhabitant of Australia who was or whose ancestors were born in the British Isles
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In his first year in charge Reilly, the goalscoring hero of Cavan's last Anglo-Celt triumph in 1997, has turned things around for the Gaels.
19) Anglo-Celt, 26 November 1904; Leitrim Observer, 9 December 1911 and 18 April 1914.
GOOd POINTS Donegal boss Jim McGuinness is ready to stem the tide s THAT Winning fEEling Donegal's Michael Murphy and manager McGuinness celebrate Anglo-Celt Cup win
IT'S BEEN 22 years since Monaghan last lifted the Anglo-Celt Cup but that drought should end at Clones today.
The Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Bermuda, and five Irish newspapers, including the Anglo-Celt and Meath Chronicle, are among other papers that recently adopted Legacy.
A weekend in Ireland gave me an opportunity to glance through the pages of The Anglo-Celt, an informative local newspaper in County Cavan.
The Anglo-Celt Cup was paraded around every corner of the county in the aftermath and defeat to Meath in the All-Ireland semi-final wasn't seen as the disaster it would be nowadays.
The British sub-group will here be designated Anglo-Celt settler societies.
Winning an Anglo-Celt Cup wouldn't have flattered Gallagher's efforts and would surely have given him a stronger mandate to see out the four-year term he was handed last year.
It's been billed as a revenge mission after Armagh stole the Anglo-Celt from Tyrone's grasp in two Ulster final epics.
A RED Hand may be destined to clutch the Anglo-Celt Cup this afternoon, but where's the ruthless killer touch that's the real mark of champions?
WINNING the Anglo-Celt Cup for the first time in 20 years is a tall order for the Breffni men, who will have their sights set on emulating their achievement of four years ago when they reached the All-Ireland quarterfinals.