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(ˈdɪdɪˌkɔɪ) or




n, pl -coys or -kais
(Sociology) (in Britain) one of a group of caravan-dwelling roadside people who live like Gypsies but are not true Romanies
[C19: from Romany]
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Most recently Light of the Diddicoy, the first book in the Auld Irishtown trilogy was published on St.
Eamon Loingsigh (author); LIGHT OF THE DIDDICOY; Three Rooms Press (Fiction: Historical) 15.95 ISBN: 9780988400894
Compelling and insightful, Light of the Diddicoy is an interesting journey into the making of a gangster.
Six of the pups won 30 opens between them, the main contributors being the aforementioned August Twenty, the Springbok winner and Reading's 465m clock-breaker Frisco Sir, and Diddicoy, a sprint and four-bend winner.
HOVE (12): 8.21 No Loyalty, 8.55 Ballinora Bear, 9.12 Astrosyn Equity, 10.18 Diddicoy. MONMORE (12): 9.10 Stay For Tony (NAP), 9.24 Cloyne Man, 9.38 Post Now.
Keith, a self-confessed greyhound fanatic, was part-owner of Diddicoy, who reached the third round of the Derby in 1998 only to suffer a career-ending injury, so is clearly aware of the ups and downs of the sport.
DIDDICOY, who suffered a fractured foreleg in a fall in Saturday's heat three of the Derby, travels to vet Plunkett Devlin today.
Diddicoy is owned by City Index dealer Ben Keith and his father Lindsay.