intercounty

intercounty

(ˌɪntəˈkaʊntɪ)
adj
conducted between or involving two or more counties: intercounty football.
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Donnellan, 32, has decided to finish up on a high at intercounty level after almost a decade in the maroon and white jersey.
Tenders are invited for Operation Of The Intercounty Bus Rapid Transit Service For Nysdot
1811: The first intercounty women's cricket match took place - between Hampshire and Surrey.
After all, London are officially the worst team in intercounty football having finished bottom of Division 4 in the League.
Steve is managing director of Intercounty Truck and Van Ltd and arranged for them to carry out the same presentation at the double launch of the Mercedes-Benz Citan van.
PRICE: Intercounty estate agents 01484 439080 AGENT: pounds 274,950
All the National, UK, AAA and InterCounty titles have a place but to be fair I felt I should have won most of them - and perhaps a few more besides.
On the one hand it is a history, most specifically of a magical season of the Galt Terriers of the Intercounty League of Ontario, a league billed as semipro but actually--in terms of talent and paychecks--more like an independent minor league.
Nicholas Racanelli Construction, LLC (Hauppauge, NY) announced last week that it has been awarded a contract from Intercounty Appliance (Commack, NY), a leading appliance dealer co-op.
Jay Lebowitz, the independent retailer who's president of the Intercounty buying group and a key founder of the five-chapter NECO Alliance, received the Patricia Rienzi Legacy Award.
THIS year's North Wales intercounty championship will be contested by just five counties after struggling Anglesey pulled out.