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- the dál gcais (english: dalc****ians) refers to a gaelic irish tribe, generally accepted by contemporary scholarship as being a branch of
- prior to the official club formation in 1952, the ennis dalc****ians represented the county capital. the ennis faughs were an amalgamation of
- the hurling final the previous w****end, they completed a historic first clare senior championship 'double' since ennis dalc****ians in 1929.
- this formed part of a historic first clare senior championship 'double' since ennis dalc****ians in 1929, which was completed when they
- modern : o'brien; ipa:oːˈbʲɾʲiənʲ) are a royal and noble house founded in the 10th century by brian boru of the dál gcais or dalc****ians.
- the clan mcgrath is thus a clan of the gaelic irish tribe of the dalc****ian (irish : dal gcais ). bards among the dalc****ian and served
- at club level considine pla**** with the ennis dalc****ians club and enjo**** much success. in a career that spanned three decades he won
- the tubridys of clare originated as scribes, as a sept of the dalc****ian clan the name means 'descendant of tiobraide', with the gaelic
- one of its notable kings was brian boru , ancestor of the o'brien clan of dalc****ians . territorial extent: county clare was sometimes known
- at club level considine is a multiple county club championship medalist with ennis dalc****ians and collegians . references : name considine,