May 5

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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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Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Campbell), 2-13 (Bravo), 3-13 (Brooks), 4-13 (Chase), 5-22 (Brathwaite), 6-67 (Hetmyer), 7-78 (Holder), 8-97 (Cornwall), 9-117 (Hamilton), 10-117 (Roach)
Carlow were mauled by Limerick, losing 5-22 to 0-13, and have only won one League or Championship game since.
Mohammed Enamul Haque took 5-22 and James Hurlin (3-53) as the hosts were dismissed for 132.
McDonald produced a superb spell that saw him return figures of 5-22 as the hosts were dismissed for 141 at Church Eaton.
Kibworth batted first making 226 all out with George Scottorn the pick of Kegworth's bowlers taking 5-22.
Lakra finished as the top wicket-taker with 13, with his 5-22 being the best bowling figures in the tournament.
Kamran Riaz claimed 5-22. Islamabad Gymkhana beat Rawal Town.
NZW 81 in 27.5 overs (Muzammil Shahid 27; Oman Shahid 4-18, Abdullah Waqar 2-5); WZB 83-6 in 19.3 overs (Umar Eman 25; Asad Ali 5-22)
Alex McGregor took 5-22 as Bomarsund were back in the pavilion for just 115.
Steve James top-scored with 21 as Ollie Davies claimed 5-22.
Replying to Xavs' 226-2, the winless West Derby side folded for 108, with Colin Gibson taking 5-22.
Tables Section A: Blackley 5-23, Lightcliffe 5-23, Hebden Bridge 5-22, South Bradford 5-21, Silkstone 5-20, Huddersfield 5-19, Bradford Moor 5-18, Bradley Park 5-14.

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