Banbridge


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Banbridge

a district in S Northern Ireland, in Co. Down. Pop.: 43 083 (2003 est.). Area: 442 sq. km (170 sq. miles)
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at the ABC Count in Banbridge my little bundle decided it was time to make an entry.
Banbridge were on the ropes at home to Crewe United in Saturday's semi after Dan Smith's 33th minute strike.
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council wishes to appoint a Contractor to undertake the delivery of the Win More Business Procurement Any organisation may establish a consortium to meet the requirements of the contract.
ULSTER: Trevor Coulter (Massereene); Darren Crowe (Dunmurry); John -Foster (Ballyclare); Richard Kilpatrick (Banbridge); Rory Leonard (Banbridge); Gareth Maybin (Ballyclare); Andrew McCormick (Scrabo); Michael McGeady (North West); Alistair McKinley (Shandon Park); Michael Sinclair (Knock); Non Playing Captain John Moss (Whitehead); Non Travelling Reserve Conor Doran (Banbridge).
For Banbridge Rangers, even being in the semi-finals represents an incredible ascent, less than 20 years after the club was formed.
The Department for Communities is providing 320,000, with a further 110,000 coming from Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council, to deliver public realm improvements.
Banbridge were the better team in the first half and Dessie Gorman's 25-yard effort hit the crossbar.
Banbridge will wonder how their names aren't in the hat for the semi-final draw after they produced a top class performance.
One of the chinks of light to come from those 90 minutes at Solitude was the appearance of Matty McCartan, a Banbridge man to the core who has battled back after 15 months of heartwrenching injury woes.
The Council through its Economic Development Department is seeking an experienced delivery partner to provide consultancy services for Technical and Procurement advisors for the delivery of the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Local Full Fibre Network Programme
BANBRIDGE Town manager Michael Lamont scored a 'hat-trick' this week bringing in Victor Hill from Glenavon, Alan Evans from Armagh City and Colin McIlwrath from Brantwood.
This was a nightmare for Banbridge keeper Graham Pollock - at fault for two of the goals.