Dungannon


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Dungannon

a district of S Northern Ireland, in Co. Tyrone. Pop.: 48 695 (2003 est.). Area: 783 sq. km (302 sq. miles)
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To:-the Chief Clerk at Dungannon Courthouse, 46 Killyman Road, Dungannon, BT71 6DE; the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Dungannon Courthouse, 46 Killyman Road, Dungannon, BT71 6DE; the District Commander at Dungannon PSNI, 1 Quarry Lane, Dungannon, BT70 1HX being the District Command Unit in which the applicant resides and in which the premises are situated; and Mid Ulster District Council, Circular Road, Dungannon, BT71 6DT being the district council for the district in which the premises are situated
THE CHEER from the Ballymena United dressing-room was deafening after the Irish Cup quarter-final victory over Dungannon Swifts.
Both team had chances in the early stages before a fantastic move in the 12th minute by Dungannon brought them the lead, Marty Lavery the scorer of his first of the season.
Actions by the Dungannon Association and the Linen Board in the following eighteen months demonstrate that they increasingly cast female weavers as primary change agents.
There was more penalty drama at Anderson Park as Dungannon Utd and Ballymena United went to a sudden death shootout to decide their tie.
Niall Currie, playing in only his second competitive game in four months, made his presence felt for new club Dungannon Swifts as he crucially saved a penalty in the Tyrone team's 2-1 win at The Showgrounds.
Ireland A (v France A): D Crotty (Garryowen), G Murphy (Leicester), J Cunningham (Dungannon), K Keane (Garryowen), T Howe (Dungannon), E Elwood (Galwegians), T Tierney (Garryowen), M Horan (Shannon), S Byrne (Blackrock, capt), P Wallace (Saracens), L Cullen (Blackrock), J Davidson (Castres), A Quinlan (Shannon), D Wallace (Garryowen), D O'Cuinneagain (Ballymena).
NEW Glentoran boss Mick McDermott hopes to get his reign off to a positive start against Kris Lindsay's Dungannon Swifts today.
Mr Fitzpatrick, 32, a shop supervisor from Dungannon, died from horrific head injuries after what police described as a "particularly savage attack", after a night out on Easter Sunday.