garryowen

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garryowen

(ˌɡærɪˈəʊɪn)
n
(Rugby) (in rugby union) another term for up-and-under
[C20: named after Garryowen RFC, Ireland]
Translations

garryowen

n (Rugby) → hohe Selbstvorlage
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Given the chance for a "Garyowen" of a free-kick in the first added minute, he bafflingly played a short pass which surprised DeAndre Yedlin.
He was protesting against his failure to have his trial for the murder of Garyowen rugby player Shane Geoghegan adjourned.
Euro Millions winner Dolores McNamara holds the winning ticket with her sister Deirdre as they celebrate her EUR115 million win in The Track Bar, Garyowen, County Limerick, in July 2005.
City councillors will tomorrow consider another move to re-open the Garyowen Club, in Small Heath, which has been closed since January 2005.
City councillors will tomorrow consider another move to re-open the Garyowen Club, in Wordsworth Road, Small Heath, which has been closed since January 2005.
Champions Dungannon, decimated by absenteeism, were unable to complete last weeks heroic victory over Buccaneers, going down 23-13 to Garyowen at Dooradoyle while young Munster put their season woes behind them with a 42-8 something off Blackrock.
Replacements: F Sheahan (Cork Constitution), E Byrne (St Mary's College), G Longwell (Ballymena), D Wallace (Garyowen), P Stringer (Shannon), D Humphreys (Dungannon), K Maggs (Bath).
Among those in attendance at the anniversary mass at Garyowen Rugby Club were Shane's former work colleagues from Aer Atlanta.
SHANNON won the big Limerick derby with tries from David Quinlan and Brian Buckley enabling them to beat GARYOWEN 21-3.
Dolphin, after beating Garyowen last week, looked capable of causing another upset until Clohessy took this game and his pack by the scruff of the neck.
Jonathan Fitzgerald, from Garyowen, Limerick, remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital.
Even his old pal Frank Hogan, the chairman of his rugby debut club Garyowen recalls: "He just had this ferocious streak in him.