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Ninian

Saint. ?360--?432 ad, the first known apostle of Scotland; built a stone church (candida casa) at Whithorn on his native Solway; preached to the Picts. Feast day: Sept. 16
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Two Cardiff City players, Fred Keenor and Jimmy <B Blair captain their respective countries, Wales and Scotland, in an international at Ninian Park in 1924
The St Ninian tartan scarf designed and woven for your visit , which you wore so graciously, showed you were happy to be an honorary Scot for the day.
This fantastic aerial image of Cardiff City's last ever game played at Ninian Park is now yours to own as a photographic or canvas print.
TRACTOR JOY: Ipswich responded to the arrival of Roy Keane as their new manager with a stunning 3-0 win at Ninian Park - and (below) there was nothing Cardiff keeper Tom Heaton could do about it
A distinguished architect and ecclesiological scholar, John Ninian Comper (1864-1960) was a major influence on the liturgical revival when the Anglican Church was still imbued with a vital Anglo-Catholicism, now largely dissipated.
Ninian Park is able to stage this tie and no change of venue is required.
The Ninian South platform accommodates approximately 18,000 barrels per day of Canadian Natural's oil production from the Columba, Lyell and Strathspey fields as well as a portion of the Ninian fields production.
We said our goodbyes to the Ninian Park football ground some time ago, but these snapshots taken 50 years ago give a glimpse of how pivotal a part the ground played in the life of the city.
Before their departure for the French lines in October 1914 at the Drill Hall at Swansea, Ninian told them: "The greatest honour a man can receive is that he has been provided with a chance to give, if need be, the greatest that he has, which is his life, for his country.
Traditionally, it's held that Ninian came from the south-west of Scotland, studied in Rome before being ordained a bishop and returned home to found his religious community at Whithorn in Wigtownshire.
1910: The Marquis of Bute's son, Lord Ninian Edward Crichton-Stuart, offers financial support and the ground is named after him rather than the proposed Sloper Park.