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May 5

Holidays




Chongmyo Taeje (First Sunday in May) May 5, 2013; May 5, 2019

Cinco de Mayo
Celebrated in: Mexico






First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) May 5, 2012; May 5, 2013; May 5, 2017; May 5, 2018; May 5, 2019; May 5, 2023





Kentucky Derby (First Saturday in May) May 5, 2012; May 5, 2018





Richmond Fossil Festival (First weekend of May, held biennially) May 5, 2012; May 5, 2013; May 5, 2018; May 5, 2019





Legal Holidays by Countries

Battle of PueblaMexico
Children's DayJapan, South Korea
Constitution DayKyrgyzstan
Coronation DayThailand
Early May Bank HolidayEngland and Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland
Labor DaySt. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica
Labour DayAntigua and Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis
May DayGibraltar
May Day HolidayIreland
Mothers' DayLithuania
Orthodox EasterAlbania, Lebanon
Patriots' Victory DayEthiopia
Senior Citizens DayPalau
TensaeEritrea

Legal Holidays in United States

Primary Election DayIndiana
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3-point goals: UConn 5-22 (Napier 4-9, Boatright 1-5, Kromah 0-1, Daniels 0-2, Giffey 0-5), MSU 11-29 (Harris 4-9, Valentine 3-4, Payne 3-10, Chapman 1-1, Appling 0-1, Kaminski 0-1, Trice 0-3).
Dan Burton 5-22, and Dan Bulmer 5-37 sharing the spoils.
Then Sample got to work, CA's last seven men going down for just 16 more as he took 5-22 in 12 overs and Keith Chapman picked up 3-3 in six unplayable overs.
They put the Waterwheelers in and dismissed them for 112 with Callum Herring taking 5-22.
Skipper David Snellgrove led the way with 58 in Bootle''s 141-9 as Ajit Ranjan claimed 5-22.
5-22 46th Ave Suite 200, Long Island City, NY 11101
Francais (h) 34-30 Glasgow LEINSTER v GLASGOW (a) 16-27 Edinburgh (h) 19-20 Ulster (a) 6-5* Harlequins (a) 38-21 Scarlets (a) 5-22 Munster (h) 13-26 Munster (h) 32-6 Ulster (a) 0-12 Ulster (a) 13-8 Ospreys (a) 30-34 Cardiff (a) 31-17 Scarlets (h) 13-7* NG Dragons OSPREYS v EDINBURGH (a) 28-19 Scarlets (h) 27-16 Leinster (a) 9-43* Munster (h) 16-3 Cardiff (a) 16-13 Ulster (h) 32-5 Connacht (a) 10-17 Gloucester (a) 6-13 Scarlets (h) 8-13 Leinster (a) 14-28 Munster (h) 22-10 Connacht (a) 3-12* Leinster NG DRAGONS v CONNACHT (a) 17-39 Connacht (a) 10-25 Munster (h) 9-20 Munster (a) 13-42* N'thampton (h) 26-16 Ulster (h) 39-17 NG Dragons (a) 7-13 Glasgow (a) 5-32 Edinburgh (h) 12-15* Bath (h) 14-19 Cardiff (a) 25-20 Glasgow (a) 10-22 Ospreys *Cup tie
Stefan Jenkins claimed 5-22 when the teams met last week and the young paceman is joined by Huw Neale and skipper Lyn Richards in the speed section for Cresselly, while former Wales opening batsman Richard Harris claimed a hat-trick in the semi-final as he bowled his slow stuff alongside Ryan Lewis.
Mel Martin managed 31 as Abercarn II were dismissed for 70, Daniel Russell taking 5-22.
Down made it three wins in succession in division 2B with an 0-17 to 0-13 win over Mayo at Newry, while Meath are still right in the hunt after they crushed Fingal 5-22 to 1-7 at Trim.
In reply Ormesby never got to grips with Craig Dale 4-19 and Glen Mudd 5-22, who took the man-of-the-match award, and were dismissed for 76.

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