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  Glounthaune at AllExperts
Glounthaune (Gleanntán in Irish) is a village situated some 10 km of Cork city, in County Cork, Ireland.
The village is served by the commuter railway line between Cork and Cóbh.
The parish of Glounthaune is the main base for Gaelic games club, Erin's Own, which as well as Glounthaune itself covers the neighbouring areas of Knochraha, Little Island, and Brooklodge.
en.allexperts.com /e/g/gl/glounthaune.htm   (188 words)

  Glounthaune - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glounthaune (Gleanntán in Irish) is a village just east of Cork city, in County Cork, Ireland.
The town is situated on the Cork–Cóbh commuter rail service, Littleisland, a village closer to the city, is the previous stop, while Fota Island is just after Glounthaune as one leaves Cork city.
After the reopening of the Midleton commuter railway in 2008, the village's railway station will become the junction between the Cóbh and Midleton lines.The local gaa team is Erins own, which incorporates the areas of knochraha,little island,brooklodge and glouthaune.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Glounthaune   (141 words)

 Cork Ladies Soccer League   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Glounthaune have gone unbeaten in the league all season a remarkable achievement especially with Bandon and Midleton hot on their heels throughout the campaign.
Glounthaune came out in the second half all guns blazing determined to show Douglas that their best was yet to come.
Glounthaune showed they can play with the premier teams and should they go on to win the first division they’ll be a force to be reckoned with next year.
www.clsl.org /Schoolgirls2006.html   (18615 words)

 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Glounthaune
Woodlands, which is on half an acre, is well named, as it was built on woodland which was formerly part of the grounds of the Ashbourne House Hotel.
It is near Glounthaune village as well as to schools, shops and a commuter railway station.
This 325 square metre property enjoys great views of the lower harbour and is situated in one of Cork's most desirable residential areas.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Glounthaune   (517 words)

 Metropolitan Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The plan declares that it is envisaged as an area with "an integrated transport system, and the social, cultural and educational facilities of a modern European city."[1]
In addition to the city of Cork, it includes the towns of Ballincollig, Blarney, Carrigaline, Carrigtwohill, Cobh, Douglas, Glanmire, Glounthaune and Midleton.
The major residential and industrial areas of Metropolitan Cork will be connected by the Cork Suburban Railway in 2008 when the commuter service is extended to the east suburbs with stations at Carrigtwohill and Midleton as well as new stations to the north suburbs of the city including Blarney, Monard and Kilbarry.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Metropolitan_Cork   (264 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Glounthaune Mixed NS follows the Curricular Programmes prescribed by the Department of Education and Science, which may be amended from time to time, in accordance with Sections 9 and 30 of the Education Act 1998.
Parents seeking to enrol their children in Glounthaune Mixed NS are requested to return a completed Enrolment Application Form, with an original Birth/Adoption Certificate to the School secretary by 31st May each year.
While recognising the right of parents to enrol their child in the school of their choice, the Board of Management of Glounthaune Mixed N.S. is also responsible for respecting the rights of the existing school community and in particular, the children already enrolled.
www.scoil-gleanntan.ie /policies/EnrolmentPolicy.htm   (1057 words)

 Under 13s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Glounthaune's best chance of the half came from a Dylan McNamara free kick which was superbly saved by Shane Jordan in the Blarney goal.
Timmy Horgan had the ball in the Glounthaune net only to see it disallowed for hand ball.
On the rare occasion Glounthaune broke forward Blarney sweeper Damien Coffey dealt with the danger, his reading of the game was very impressive.
www.blarneyunited.com /Schoolboys_U13s.asp   (480 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 224 - 28 September, 1966 - Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Glounthaune (Cork) ...
I understand, however, that the council propose to provide a traffic warden for a trial period of three months at Glounthaune.
The warden will be provided at the point where children going to and from Glounthaune national school cross the main road.
In the meantime consideration of any further steps which might be taken is being deferred by the council.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0224/D.0224.196609280008.html   (133 words)

 Untitled Document
Under the guideance of their coach Paul Mylod, Riverstown quickly got into their game and within 5 mins were 2 goals to the good thanks to well taken goals by the superb Shane O Driscoll.
The second half started with an onslaught by Glounthaune and they quickly made the score 3-2 with a well taken goal.
Riverstowns goal was under fierce attack as Glounthaune looked for the equaliser.
riverstown.atspace.com /Academy.html   (598 words)

 Glounthaune Parish - Churches   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Almost 200 years old, the present modern church was enlarged and renovated, revealing the old beauty of St. Mary's Church.
This was done in 1982, under the supervision and guidance of the late Very Rev. Edward Fitzgerald P.P. of Glounthaune.
The day was fine and a packed church heard the Bishop refer to the people of the Island, who in olden times were faithful to the Mass even though many of them had to walk miles to get to the church in Glounthaune.
homepage.eircom.net /~cnk/churches.htm   (223 words)

 A2zsoccer :: Ireland :: Cork Schoolgirls Round-up
In the under 12 first division, it was a good weekend for the visiting teams as all away teams won their fixtures.
Mayfield were defeated by Midleton, Crosshaven were beaten by Glounthaune and Buttevant lost to Richmond.
In the second half Glounthaune came out determined to get back into the game and were rewarded for their pressure.
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Glounthaune rail station is nearby and access by road from all directions is excellent.
The property is a 2 bedroom 2nd floor apartment of C. 900 sq.
Continue past Glounthaune Church for 500 metres and the apartments are located immediately beyond Fitzpatricks Supermarket.
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 Irish Rail - Projects - Glounthaune to Midleton Railway   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
This project proposes to re-open the Glounthaune to Midleton railway including the provision of stations at Carrigtwohill and Midleton.
The proposed route commences at Cobh-Junction and extends eastwards through Carrigtwohill to the town of Midleton, a total track distance of 10 kilometres.
The current proposal to re-open the Glounthaune to Midleton Railway is discussed and analysed in several planning documents, including:
www.iarnrodeireann.ie /projects/glounthaune_midleton_railway.asp   (682 words)

 Glanmire Online - The INSTANT and FREE way to reach local people » Cornelius O’Callaghan Research - ...
I have recently traced my GGGreat Grandfather to his birth in Glounthaune about 1823.
The lived most of their time overseas until 1870 when they returned home to the Mallow area with their four children (probably Glounthaune) in 1870.
The first was in Belfast in 1855, the remainder were born overseas 1860, 1861 in Cape Town, S Africa and the last known child in England in 1865.
www.glanmireonline.ie /genealogy/cornelius-ocallaghan-research-glounthaune   (195 words)

 Glounthaune: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Glounthaune (Gleanntán in Irish Irish language quick summary:
Irish (gaeilge in irish) is a goidelic language spoken in ireland and in small communities in canada and argentina....
[For more facts and a topic of this subject, click this link] is just after Glounthaune as one leaves Cork city.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/gl/glounthaune.htm   (190 words)

 Hoganstand.com - GAA Football & Hurling
His young years were spent hurling on the road in Little Island with his brothers.
His first competitive activity was with Little Island N.S at the age of ten in the Parish Leagues against Knockraha, Glounthaune and Brooklodge, the other primary schools in the parish.
He took over as Club President at the A.G.M. held in the Community Centre Glounthaune on Friday 16th December 1988.
www.hoganstand.com /Cork/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=40551   (943 words)

 The Woods at Glounthaune, Cork - Askaboutmoney.com
I am pretty familiar with the area and I believe that €1M for a 4 bed detached in that development is off the wall.
So, more houses will be available in Glounthaune and "The Woods" is certainly not one of the more desirable locations.
To give you an idea of what I am talking about is that there is a 1750 sq ft 3 story house recently on the market in Cois Chuain (finsihed in the last 2 years) and has been sold last week for the asking of €680K.
www.askaboutmoney.com /showthread.php?p=376008   (655 words)

On visiting my parents in the area this Easter, I asked around a number of the locals while I was canvassing against the new bypass schemes for Castlemartyr, Killeagh, etc. and I picked up the rumour that the whole project has been held up because of TRADE UNION interference; i.e.
This was done by a telecommunications company, in order to lay cables, ISDN Lines, etc. along the track to Midleton and Youghal, but it is being done also to facilitate the surveying, renewal of track, and eventual Reopening of the Route, which we expect will follow within a couple of years.
GLOUNTHAUNE Station on the Cork-Cobh Route is getting a 60-space car-park (This is now completed: Aug. 2001) to match the slightly larger one already built at Little Island.
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 A2zsoccer :: Ireland :: Cork Schoolgirls Round-up
Glounthaune United succumbed to a home defeat at the hands of Richmond in the under 12 First Division.
Ballinhassig were on level terms soon after when Shauna McCarthy showed great strength on the left, scoring with a well taken left footed shot.
Cork took the lead again when a corner was swung and scored by Megan from Glounthaune.
www.a2zsoccer.com /index.cfm/loc/2-1/articleId/4D4EEE92-FD61-25F1-9DCEAE1364532ECD.htm   (1493 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 225 - 17 November, 1966 - Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Cork School ...
Corry asked the Minister for Education if, in view of the grave congestion of pupils at Glounthaune national school, County Cork, he will take immediate steps to have a prefabricated classroom erected at the school.
Colley: Following an investigation of the need for extra accommodation at Glounthaune national school my Department asked the Commissioners of Public Works to arrange with the Reverend Manager for the [1366] provision of a prefabricated classroom.
It is expected that the new room will be available at an early date.
historical-debates.oireachtas.ie /D/0225/D.0225.196611170112.html   (105 words)

 Welcome to Don Murphys
4 bedroomed home situated about 1mile from Glounthaune Village provides an ideal family home with maturity, privacy and convenience.
BUILT-IN From Glounthaune go up the hill at Church, go under bridge and continue for ½ mile to crossroads.
www.donmurphyassoc.ie /property/proppages/2thornberry.htm   (247 words)

 Sarsfields Hurling Club
Glounthaune is the native place for the Murphy clan, but since Bertie married Mollie O' Donovan, a well known Sars camogie player in 1942, they have made their home in Blossomgrove, that picturesque townland high over the harbour and approximately mid-ways between, Glounthaune, Knockraha, Brooklodge, Glanmire and Riverstown.
It used to be said that the Sarsfields, Glanmire territory stretched from Dunkettle in the south to Watergrasshill in the North, and from Glounthaune in the East to Dillons Cross in the West.
Graduating to Sars in 1927 with his brothers Tom and Jim he won East Cork Junior Titles in 1929,1930,1932,1933,1934 and 1937, in which latter year Sars won the County junior title, adding the county junior hurling and minor titles.
www.sarsfields.net /players/bmurphy.htm   (667 words)

 Transport 21-Press Releases-Cullen publishes Report of Public Inquiry on proposed Glounthaune to Midleton Rail project
This follows an application made for a Railway Order for the re-opening of the railway line between Glounthaune and Midleton, with stations at Carrigtwohill and Midleton by Iarnród Éireann to Minister Cullen in May 2006.
The Glounthaune to Midleton Rail project involves the re-opening of the disused railway line between Glounthaune and Midleton, from the existing Cobh line at Harper’s Island to the town of Carrigtwohill and on to the old station terminal north of Midleton town.
Minister Cullen is now considering the relevant documentation, including this Report that was prepared and submitted to him by an independent Inspector, Mr.
www.transport21.ie /MEDIA/Press_Releases/Cullen_publishes_Report_of_Public_Inquiry_on_proposed_Glounthaune_to_Midleton_Rail_project.html   (214 words)

 Irish Rail - Iarnród Éireann - train tickets, train times, Ireland rail travel information
Iarnród Éireann has said that advertisements are to appear in local and national newspapers from today (Friday 26th May) to commence the Railway Order process for the restoration of rail services on the Cork-Midleton rail line.
The project is part of wider infrastructure plans required for the growth of the Commuter rail service for the County and will include new stations at Dunkettle, Blackpool and Blarney and various other works such as signalling and station upgrades.
Although there is no plan to re-use this line from Midleton to Youghal in the short to medium term; the County Planners have reserved the existing railway reserve for the potential reuse of the railway.
www.irishrail.ie /news_centre/news.asp?action=view&news_id=156   (1278 words)

 Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The train is recommended for travel to Fota Island wildlife park, arboretum, golf club and Cobh Heritage Centre.
In November 2005, the Irish government announced the reopening of the railway line between Glounthaune (on the Cobh line) and Midleton as part of the country's 10 year development plan.
New stations will be provided at Carrigtohill on the Midleton branch and at Kilbarry, Monard and Blarney on the Dublin line as part of the plan, along with the already operational Mallow station.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cork   (4554 words)

A History of Soccer in the Parish of Glounthaune
Soccer was taken more seriously around the year 1967 when challenge games were played between St. Lappan's and Clash, St. Lappan's and Glounthaune.
It was decided to enter for the 1968-69 season and the following were chosen to run the club that was to be called Little Island.
homepage.eircom.net /~leeside/history.htm   (504 words)

 Irish Examiner> Breaking News> Sport
The way has been cleared for the construction of the Glounthaune to Midleton railway in Cork.
The Minister for Transport Martin Cullen today signed the railway order for the project - essentially the planning permission that will allow Iarnód Éireann to proceed with the land acquisition and construction of the railway, as well as the building of new stations along the route.
Construction of the project is expected to begin this summer and is due to be completed in 2008, with the first commuter trains to enter service on the line in 2009.
www.irishexaminer.com /breaking/story.asp?j=215524150&p=zy55z4856&n=215524910   (116 words)

 Sarsfields Hurling Club
Following the drama of last season when they withdrew from the championship at the same stage, this was a most welcome result for the Glounthaune side, but they must wait at least another week before knowing who their opponents in the final will be.
ALL too easy for Sarsfields in the first of the SHC quarter-finals at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday, the Glanmire outfit easing past St Catherine's 1-19 to 0-13 in a poor contest, with a semi-final clash with Erin's Own now on top of their agenda.
Sars have come a long way since the defeat by their Glounthaune neighbours and a chance for revenge might be the perfect spur.
www.sarsfields.net /seniors.htm   (1379 words)

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