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  • proper n. Village on the Dingle peninsula in northwest County Kerry, Ireland.


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  • Local villages still principally known as Ballydavid, Castlegregory and Ventry are now called only Baile na nGall, Caislean Ghriaire and Ceann Tra... TSHWANE AND BAILE NA NGALL.

  • An extra-time classic saw Castlegregory come from behind to win the All-Ireland Junior Football Championship title at Croke Park.

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  • Colm O'Mahony eased Castlegregroy ahead by 1-12 to 0-13 midway through added time, and Castlegregory sealed it with scores from Paul Regan and Alan Lynch, despite Charlton's seven points haul for the Mayo champions.

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  • Lockdown said two young males were approached recently while on a night out in Castlegregory by a woman saying her name was Georgina and that she worked for Lockdown Models in Cork.

  • Kiltimagh (Mayo) v Castlegregory (Kerry), Croke Park, 2. 30pm.

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  • Bishop Murphy and Fr Sheehy met this morning and a statement from the Diocese of Kerry says Fr Sheehy offered to withdraw from his work in the parish of Castlegregory 'in view of recent events'.

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  • Judge McDonagh during the subsequent hearing rejected a character reference for Mr Foley from Fr Sean Sheehy, parish priest of Castlegregory, who said the 34-year-old bouncer had always struck him as having the highest respect for women.

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  • Already, the parishes of Kilgarvan, Tuosist, Allihies, Castlegregory and Tarbert are being serviced by an administrator from another parish, or an assistant priest, to cover masses.

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  • Kiltimagh's Shane Hennessy and Ciaran Charlton of Castlegregory

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  • (Maharees) to Castlegregory - Easy Section 15 - Castlegregory to Camp - Easy Breaking News


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