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Donnybrook,

parish and suburb of Dublin, Co. Dublin, E central Republic of Ireland. It was famous for its annual fair, licensed by King John of England in 1204 and suppressed in 1855 because of its disorderliness. The disorder gave rise to the term "donnybrook," meaning an uproarious brawl.
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This fixture completes theCoventryRugby senior side's pre-season schedule and Head Coach Nick Walshe admits that the trip to Donnybrook will show just where the side are at before season starts.
Megan Kennedy and Siobhan Cattigan are likely to be in the Scotland women's squad who will meet their Irish counterparts on Sunday, also at Donnybrook.
Target: 8.64 acres of land at its Montrose campus in Donnybrook, Dublin 4
"We want to play a fast, attacking style of rugby that will pose questions of the opposition and the 3G pitch at Donnybrook will suit that approach.
Strange said: "We want to play a fast, attacking style of rugby that will pose questions of the opposition, and the 3G pitch at Donnybrook will suit that approach.
Diarmuid Martin blesses the coffin of former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds at Sacred Heart Church, Donnybrook Dublin following his funeral mass <B
The Northern Ireland-born son of a farmer, who made Dublin his home, will be buried in his native Bellaghy in Co Londonderry tonight after a funeral in the Donnybrook church this morning.
The Hepworth teenager from Thongsbridge Tennis Club featured in the Dublin ITF at Donnybrook and then the Belfast ITF at Windsor Tennis Club.
THE STORY: The "Donnybrook" of the title is a three-day, bare-knuckle fighting contest held in the Indiana backwoods; the last man standing wins $100,000.
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I don't know whether I should be critical of the author, the paper and its editors or the audience that has turned the "Donnybrook"ers into such beloved enablers of predictable local prejudice and uncritical thinking.
But Bates, who has made nine changes to his side, said: "We are not going to Donnybrook to make up the numbers.