Galwegian


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Galwegian

1. another word for Gallovidian
2. a native or inhabitant of the town or county of Galway in W Republic of Ireland
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He believes it can happen so long as the planets are aligned and the best Galwegian players are back on Galwegian soil.
Just as Grainne was about to go live on air on Wednesday a mad man in a Celtic top spotted the Galwegian beauty and let rip.
In fact, the Galwegian is one of three Connacht centurions who make their return, with prop Brett Wilkinson and second row Michael Swift also back.
It all started very innocently when I took a wrong turn at the ITV studios where the Galwegian beauty has agreed to meet me to talk about her new gig as a presenter on breakfast show Daybreak.
However the disappointment the Galwegian feels at having to rehab the arm has been tempered by Elwood's decision to retain him as skipper.
THIS tense Terryland Park contest was all about Galwegian grit as the Tribesmen frustrated Sligo Rovers.
A more likely scenario is that, if you're fortunate enough to pull (a mudspattered Galwegian in GAA top and straw hat), some kna.
Their second game saw them 35-0 winners over Galway Galwegians with tries from Aaron Gwyn (2), Rhodri Evans, Tomos Jones, Gareth Pritchard and Cai Allsup, with conversions from Jones.
Davies has spent the last two seasons in Ireland, playing out of the Galwegians club, and he went on to play for Connacht.
Browne, a product of Galwegians RFC who has represented Ireland at U19 and U21 levels, joined the Saints two seasons ago and is now a regular in Budge Poutney's side.
It was also a tense afternoon at the other end of the table, where the team which went into the final round of games in last place, Galwegians, avoided the drop by beating relegation rivals, St Mary's.
Sprint winner No Time swooped late to lift the hopes of Ryton BL, Roosters, Vale Geordie, Rose & Crown, The Galwegians and Caseys Double - who take the lead in the race for the pounds 2,000 first prize.