Ballymena

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Ballymena

(bălēmē`nə), town (1991 pop. 28,166) and district, NE Northern Ireland, on the Braid River. Linen, woolen goods, synthetic fibers, and carpets are produced in the town. According to tradition, St. Patrick worked as a herder at Slemish Mt., 5 mi (8.1 km) from Ballymena.

Ballymena

a district in central Northern Ireland, in Co. Antrim. Pop.: 59 516 (2003 est.). Area: 634 sq. km (247 sq. miles)
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Paul McNeill banged in another hat-trick as Harryville Homers netted three points in the Ballymena SML.
Work on the signal upgrade at Bridge Street at Harryville Bridge and Waveney Road in Ballymena will begin on 12 August 2013 and is expected to be completed within five weeks.
The tumultuous weekly scene in Harryville is intimately related to a parade that never took place last summer.
When the Harryville stand-off erupted into violence some months later, the two women organized a candlelight procession.
That's now 27 goals scored in six rounds on the way to the semis for Harryville - and still only one conceded.
A Catholic church in Harryville, in the DUP leader's North Antrim constituency, has been targeted in recent weeks in paint bomb attacks.
St Oliver Plunkett narrowly got the better of their hosts Ballybogey while another North Antrim side, Dervock, were also put out, beaten 5-1 at Willowbank who had five different scorers - Hughes, Manson, Garland-O'Neill, McAvoy and McCabe Harryville Homers' assault on the shield and Junior Cup continues after they won 3-0 at home to H&W Welders U20s with goals from Paul McNeill (2) and Darren Campbell.
Damage was caused to the door and glass panelling of the Church of Our Lady in Harryville, Ballymena early yesterday.
Every time there is any drive for equality in Ballymena loyalists threaten to start up Harryville again.
The Harryville Primary School pupil and his twin brother Jayden were known as the "two musketeers".
One supporter said: "These leaflets sound like a threat to stir all the Harryville hatred up again and frighten St Congall's away from Dunsilly by threatening the possibility of loyalist pickets.
Mr Elliott had recently moved into the Dunclug estate after leaving the Harryville area of the town around five months ago.