Kildare

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Kildare

(kɪlˈdɛə)
n
(Placename) a county of E Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province: mostly low-lying and fertile. County town: Naas. Pop: 163 944 (2002). Area: 1694 sq km (654 sq miles)

Kil•dare

(kɪlˈdɛər)

n.
a county in Leinster, in the E Republic of Ireland. 116,015; 654 sq. mi. (1695 sq. km).
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Kildare
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Major organization : CILL DARA AR AGHAIDH CUIDEACHTA FAOI THEORAINN RTHAOCHTA
Yn l yr hanes, roedd lleian o'r enw Brd yn byw yn Cill Dara (Llan-y-deri) ger Dulyn ac fe ddaeth gwer oedd wedi byw'n ofer at y lleiandy yn chwilio am fendith Crist cyn marw.
Five years later, Cill Dara became the first horse to carry the green-and-goldhooped colours of Limerick's South Liberties GAA Club.
Jim Bolger's newcomer Maoineach made an impressive start to her career with victory in the Go And Go Round Tower Stakes, while Alan Berry's Look Busy clocked up her sixth victory with another plucky triumph in the Group Three Cill Dara Flying Five Stakes.
Businessman Sean Hall Jnr, 43, runs Cill Dara Security - one of the country's biggest security companies.
He has raced only four times in his life, winning half of them, but it was his latest success at the Curragh in the listed Cill Dara Ballycullen Stakes where he really excelled and put his St Leger credentials on the line.
Sean Hall Jr, who runs Cill Dara Security, was jailed for robbing a petrol station but he is now running security at Aer Lingus HQ and cargo areas.
The province will have two open training sessions in Cill Dara RFC on Friday, 9th August and on Thursday, 22nd August in Dundalk RFC ahead of the opening game.
Second, Ailbhe Ni hAlmhuira, left, Gael Cholaiste, Cill Dara.
Miltonfield won in both 1996 and 1999 while Cill Dara won in 1976 and 1977 and Bigaroon scored three times in four years in the early 1970s.