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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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.
While Dungannon - boosted by an impressive 1-1 draw at Crusaders - have conceded just four goals in their last seven, Glenavon have scored 27 in eight league games.
Minister Storey said: The completion of this scheme has transformed the centre of Dungannon and has created an attractive town centre environment that will greatly benefit all those who live, work and shop in the town.
IT was very much an away day in the First Division, the league table looking little different after wins for all the fancied teams as DUNGANNON won at LIMAVADY to stay four points clear of BALLYMENA UNITED, who won 4-1 at CARRICK RANGERS.
45pm BALLYMENA United boss David Jeffrey is taking nothing for granted in tonight's Europa League playoff with Dungannon Swifts at the Showgrounds.
Part 2: provision of an extensive linear path around dungannon including provision of amenity lighting, development of a pedestrian and cycle path network, upgrade of existing paths, signage and information panels, and associated landscape works.
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.