Kelly, Hugh

Kelly, Hugh,

1739–77, English dramatist, b. Killarney. His first and best-known play, the sentimental comedy False Delicacy, was produced by Garrick in 1768 and was extremely popular in its time.
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Kildare have suffered extensively from cruciate knee ligament injuries in recent years with White's clubmate Dermot Earley, Peter Kelly, Mikey Conway, Rob Kelly, Hugh Lynch, Ken Donnelly and Willie Heffernan all struck down.
He was joined on the judging panel by John Inverdale, Danny Kelly, Hugh McIlvanney and Alyson Rudd.
STARS: Jamie Bell, Hugo Speer, Matthew Rhys, Andy Serkis, Laurence Fox, Dean Lennox Kelly, Hugh O'Conor, Hans Matheson, Kris Marshall, Ruaidhri Conroy.
The judging panel for the award that has become known as the `Bookie Prize' consisted of Frances Edmonds, John Inverdale, Danny Kelly, Hugh McIlvanney, Cliff Morgan and chairman John Gaustad, owner of Sportspages.
Judging the award are chairman John Gaustad, who founded Sports Pages bookshop, together with broadcasters and journalists John Inverdale, Danny Kelly, Hugh McIlvanney and Alyson Rudd.
Credit Meath's defensive unit which was superb throughout, with Ronan Kelly, Hugh Gribben and Seamus Kenny, son of the manager, catching the eye.