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brehon

(ˈbriːhən)
n
a judge in ancient Ireland
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Griff made it 22 goals in three matches as Jason Brehon netted twice in a 3-1 home win against Pelsall Villa.
Haunchwood regained the initiative when Kieron Brehon headed home, however, and Piggon's second put them rmly in control.
Europe's first Angsana Thai Spa has just opened in the five-star Brehon Hotel in Killarney, Co Kerry.
After Gary Turner had put Studley ahead, Griff levelled and then went in front through Aden Moore and Kieron Brehon.
Only one of the league's three hopefuls reached the next round of the BCFA Sunday Cup, Matty Brown (2), Kieron Brehon and Darren Eggleton sinking Lion Of Judah 4-1.
The Late Paddy Murphy is published by the Brehon Press
In the second period home keeper Shame Bland was much the busier saving with his legs on three occasions from Kieran Brehon, Melvin and Ant Carney.
A predictably tight affair produced chances at both ends but it was Haunchwood who broke through on the half-hour as Kieron Brehon and Aden Moore combined to tee up Jamie Greenway for a low 20-yard drive.
The four-runner Brehon Hotel Chase is tonight's feature and, despite the small field, provides punters with a very tricky puzzle.
Barwell goalscorer Brennan had the last chance to win the game but couldn't put Kieron Brehon's cross away and the points were shared.
Haunchwood Sports reclaimed top spot in the Premier Division when Ryan Millerchip, Aden Moore and Keiron Brehon clipped Ambleside 3-0.
All Irish conquests were the conquest of land, made vicious and humiliating when repetitively accompanied by the loss of religion (pagan), language (Gaelic), law (Brehon) and multiple partners (polygamy).