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- the dál gcais ([d̪ˠaːlˠ gaʃ]; english: dalc****ians) was a gaelic irish tribe, generally accepted by contemporary scholarship as being a branch of the
- clare lost out to wexford. at club level considine pla**** with the ennis dalc****ians club and enjo**** much success. in a career that spanned three decades
- kingdom of thomond ('north munster') where the dál gcais (in english: ‘dalc****ian’) clan, centred on the regional rulers - the uí briain (o'brien) family
- counties tipperary and limerick, where they spread from the original dalc****ian homeland, and in cork. an interesting example of the pseudo-translation
- include nealon, o'neylan, nyland and neilan. they were a sept of the dalc****ian (irish: dál gcais) tribe located in the kingdom of thomond, which is now
- and mayo. the most notable family of the name are that of thomond, a dalc****ian sept, who derive their surname from niall Ó cuinn who was slain at the
- part of a historic first clare senior championship 'double' since ennis dalc****ians in 1929, which was completed when they defeated Éire Óg in the football
- house founded in the 10th century by brian boru of the dál gcais or dalc****ians. after becoming king of munster, through conquest he established himself