Saint Kilda


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Saint Kilda

(ˈkɪldə)
n
1. (Placename) a group of volcanic islands in the Atlantic, in the Outer Hebrides: uninhabited since 1930; bird sanctuary
2. (Placename) Also called: Hirta the main island of this group
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a BY AHMER KHOKHAR MARK O'CONNOR and Zach Tuohy continued their impressive form as Geelong took another step towards winning the Minor Premiership by defeating Saint Kilda 84-Tyrone ace Conor McKenna set up Essendon's winner with just 21 seconds remaining at North Melbourne in a 86-81 win while Meath's Conor Nash (inset) booted consecutive goals for the first time in his AFL career as Hawthorn beat Freemantle 84-53.
James and Mary Rodger, of Saint Kilda Way, were horrified to discover the crooks had been inside their home in the early morning raid on March 26, before making off with their cars.
"When somebody makes you the Archbishop of Saint Kilda and there's only about three people there.
Nixon believes that the recruiting of Kerry superstar Tommy Walsh to Saint Kilda - and the expansion of the AFL into an 18-team competition for the 2011 season - have changed the landscape for GAA players in Australia.
On Sunday, Darragh Joyce was part of the Saint Kilda side that was hammered 139-69 in Shanghai, China.
James and Mary Rodger, of Saint Kilda Way, Cambusnethan, were awoken at around 2.15am on March 26 with their two dogs barking frantically only to discover the crooks had been inside their home minutes before.
After losing by just a point away to Saint Kilda last week, the underdog Suns bounced back to upset Fremantle 61-58.
Elsewhere Kilkenny's Darragh Joyce, 21, helped Saint Kilda to a thrilling one-point win against The Gold Coast Suns at Melbourne's Marvel Stadium yesterday.
On Friday, 11th placed Essendon kept their faint finals hopes alive with a solid 122-79 win over lowly Saint Kilda. Tyrone's Conor McKenna shone as he ran up a match tally of 29 disposals, three marks and a goal.
On Saturday, former Kilkenny hurler Darragh Joyce, started his second senior match for lowly Saint Kilda in their 86-50 defeat to Port Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval.
"I'd certainly love to go back and play with my county, unfortunately I'm not sure I see us winning All-Irelands any time soon but I do want to go back and play at the top level for my county." On Saturday, Tyrone's Aidan Corr was on the Greater Western Sydney team, who drew 73-73 with Saint Kilda at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium.