East African indentured sailors) who remained in Simonstown
and married local Christian ladies who entered into Islam.
Kinsale trainer Robert Tyner is never afraid to travel in search of a winner, but was out of luck in the Simonstown
Handicap Chase when his 3/1 favourite It's The Ice I Like had to settle for second behind Eoin Doyle's useful Davy From Milan.
In the Cape Town hamlet of Simonstown
the bronze sculpture of the famous Great Dane, Able Seaman Just Nuisance, shows similar signs of the human perception of the creature's figurative significance impacting on its figural form.
However, the second, finer-scaled search in November expanded the wasp's known distribution significantly (Figs 3 & 4), revealing that it is present throughout much of the Peninsula extending south of Kommetjie on the western side, and as far north as Simonstown
on the eastern side.
St Galls booked a final berth following wins over Aghamore, Bray Emmets and Simonstown
Gaels in the groups stages, a quarter-final win over Naomh Conaill and a semifinal victory after a penalty shoot-out over Carbury of Kildare.
The South African was saying: "You Y give us Cliff Morgan and we'll give you back Simonstown
are too predictable to considered a punting proposition and Robbie Brennan's firing troops should be backed at 10-11.
In 1957 it was overhauled at Simonstown
Dockyard and roller bearings were fitted to the Dec and RA axes.
The ship is now serving as the Roaring Forties floating restaurant in Simonstown
in South Africa.
Missile guidance could be supplied by the Advocaat radio and radar system near Simonstown
in the Cape.
The optimism stemming from the effective council of war in Simonstown
was bolstered politically by elements within the United States security establishment.
Brian Ingpen, head of Maritime Studies at Simonstown
School near Cape Town, said "there's a steady flow of unscheduled traffic around the Cape, some of which doesn't stop, but a significant number of others call in to refuel and take on supplies.