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  Lispole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lispole (Irish: Lios Póil) is a village in County Kerry in the Republic of Ireland.
The village is situated approximately 5 miles from Dingle and 24 miles from Tralee on the Dingle Peninsula on the N86 National Secondary Route.
Lispole is the birthplace of Joe Higgins, TD.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lispole   (123 words)

  
 The Kingdom - 2004/12/23: GAA: Lispole end Western famine
LISPOLE bridged a 17-year gap to capture the West Kerry senior football championship at the expense of rivals Annascaul in perfect playing conditions at Pairc an Aghasaigh Dingle on Sunday.
Lispole’s use of the long ball to their full forward line paid rich dividends where Brendan Hanafin proved the ideal target man while at the other end Annascaul were not able to give their danger man Gene Farrell a decent supply of ball.
Lispole had played with a hunger and a passion that Annascaul could not match and really it was difficult to see where they could get the inspiration from as Gene Farrell was carrying an injury.
archives.tcm.ie /thekingdom/2004/12/23/story15713.asp   (770 words)

  
 County Minor Football League Div 6 Final v Lispole
Lispole got off the best start they could have wished for when a high ball was sent in to the box and found the fist of D Barret who gently tapped the ball down passed Shane Horgan in the Mary’s net.
Lispole were now dominating at the middle of the field and when Cathal O’Connell was sprung from the bench he won the two balls but leaving the field two minutes later with a recurring injury.
Lispole then had C Devane sent off with 2 minutes remaining but C O’Sullivan was still able to add another point from a free to leave the final score in Killorglin, St. Mary’s 0-08 Lispole 2-09.
homepage.eircom.net /~themarys/clgminorfinalvlispole05.htm   (528 words)

  
 Planning, Kerry County Council, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Lispole is a rural village settlement located on the Dingle Peninsula along the N86 National Secondary Route.
The economy of Lispole is heavily dependent on the surrounding hinterland with limited opportunities for employment in the locality.
Building in the open countryside, outside of existing settlements or areas zoned for development in the plan, should therefore, be in accordance with the stated policies of the County Development Plan.
www.kerrycoco.ie /planning/lispole.asp   (1471 words)

  
 Map of station
Lispole station was situated about half way between Annascaul and Dingle stations, and about 26 miles from Tralee (see map below left).The village of Lispole was to the east of the station.
After the well known Lispole viaduct there was a half mile of more or less level track leading to Lispole station.
The station was located on a triangle of land where the railway rejoined the road and the 'long straight' began.
mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk /lispole_station/page1.html   (282 words)

  
 Planning Act Sixth Variation/Planning
The plan shall be incorporated into the Kerry County Development Plan as a variation in accordance with the statutory provisions set out in the Planning and Development Act 2000.
Any proposal for development outside of the defined development zone will be considered in accordance with the relevant provisions and policies of the County Development Plan relating to rural areas.
There are areas within the village of Lispole, which are of importance for their recreational value.
www.kerrycoco.ie /Planning/lispoleadopt.asp   (1421 words)

  
 Joe Higgins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One of nine children of a small farming family, he was born in 1949 in the Gaeltacht area of Lispole in Co.
He went to school in Lispole Christian Brothers School, and after finishing he enrolled in the priesthood.
As part of his training he was sent to a Catholic seminary school in Minnesota, USA in the 1960s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Joe_Higgins   (646 words)

  
 Dingle Way - Lispole & Dingle
Todays viewing of Lispole is that of a stretched village on a winding road.
Lispole is known as the "gateway to the Gaeltacht".
Not only does this mean that more people can be found speaking in Irish the further west you go but is also means that signs and town names will be written in their original Irish form.
www.dingleway.net /dingle_way_towns/dingle.shtml   (346 words)

  
 The Kingdom - 2004/03/11: GAA: Lispole edge out Dingle
Ten minutes into the second half Lispole scored the first goal of the game when a defensive error in the Dingle backs left Declan O’Sullivan time to fist the ball into the net.
The last few minutes of the game were very exciting but at the final whistle Lispole took the victory and on the day deservedly so.
For Lispole their midfield partnership of John Dorgan and Steven Brosnan were superb and dominated the centre of the pitch and also Colm Hanafin had a great game in the forwards.
archives.tcm.ie /thekingdom/2004/03/11/story12782.asp   (259 words)

  
 The Kingdom: GAA: Lispole's final date   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Undoubtedly their recent league victory has instilled a lot of confidence in the side and apart from their very committed approach, their general team play and their ability to find their man with the long ball was of very high quality.
Lispole continued to dominate the third quarter, outscoring their opponents four points to two, the scores coming from Breandan Hanifan, three, two from frees and Malcom Curran, a point.
Lispole: Cormac O Sullivan, Ronan Carroll, Paddy Barrett, Denis Devane, Tomas Hanafin, Shane O Sullivan, John Dorgan (0-1), Stephen Brosnan, Declan O Sullivan (0-2), Malcom Curran (0-1), Oliver Brosnan (0-1), Breandan Hanafin (0-7), Ian Brosnan (2-0), Colm Hanafin (0-1) Subs: Patrick Flahive for S. Dorgan, Jonathan Moriarty for T. Hanafin.
www.the-kingdom.ie /news/story.asp?j=6592   (622 words)

  
 Information about Lispole on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
Lispole is a scattered community, bounded on the north by mountains and on the south by cliffs and inlets of Dingle Bay.
Lispole village, with its church and shops grew up around the bridge over the Owenalondrig River in the nineteenth century.
To the north of the main road can be seen Lispole Viaduct, an impressive relic of the Tralee and Dingle Railway.
www.dingle-peninsula.ie /lispole   (231 words)

  
 Ballymacelligott GAA News 11th August 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Our B team defeated Lispole in the semi-final of Division 2 of the Junior League on Wednesday night last in Blennerville.
Ballymac dominated the first half of the game and all Lispole's scores were from frees and a penalty with five minutes to go gave them their goal.
Ballymac once again dominated the second half and Lispole goal with 10 minutes to go was their only score from play.
www.ballymacgaa.com /news11aug02.htm   (655 words)

  
 Bell 206B-2, EI-ONE, Helicopter Sales Leasing Ltd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
EI-ONE crashed near Lispole, Co.Kerry, just after 19:00 local time, 28 August, killing the pilot, the only person on board.
The B.206 was routing Farranfore - Tralee Racecourse (having flown from Weston earlier) and appears to have gone off course while flying VFR in poor visibility, although one report suggests that after stopping in Farranfore it landed in a field near Dingle and then headed for the racecourse at Tralee.
The B.206 hit the side of the mountain range north of Lispole on the Dingle peninsula and burned out.
www.irishairpics.com /helicopters/gallery/eione.html   (117 words)

  
 Lispole (Ireland) map - nona.net
Lispole is a populated place in Ciarraí, which is a region of Ireland.
An overview map of the region around Lispole is displayed below.
Places with similiar names to Lispole, Ireland ::
nona.net /features/map/placedetail.642914/Lispole   (95 words)

  
 About Tommy
His is often described as a percussive flatpicking guitarist but he also has a highly developed fingerpicking style which is the fabric of his high strung playing and song accompaniment.
Tommy O Sullivan was born in London in 1961 to John L O Sullivan of Lispole, Co. Kerry and Mary Lynch of Garfinny, Dingle, Co. Kerry.
His already keen interest in music was fuelled by the great sessions that he heard locally and in particular in Cahir's Bar, Corofin, where he heard the likes of Mary Bergin, Tony Linnane, Noel Hill, and Paddy Keenan.
www.tommyosullivan.net /about.htm   (531 words)

  
 Hoganstand.com - GAA Football & Hurling
Dan Kennedy of Coneyborough, Celbridge, President of the Kildare Kerry Association, deeply respected by Kerry-born folk and by the wider community in Co. Kildare, has gone to his eternal reward in his 86th year.
Born in Tubber, Lispole, Co. Kerry in 1920, during the Papacy of Benedict XVI.
Dan left his beloved Kerry home, overlooking the Short Strand in Lispole, to come to Kildare in 1937, where, initially, he worked with his former Kerry neighbour, the late Maurice Hanifin, who had been farming at Turnings, Straffan since 1929.
www.hoganstand.com /Kerry/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=57167   (611 words)

  
 Dáil Éireann - Volume 383 - 27 October, 1988 - Written Answers. - County Kerry Primary Schools Funding.
O'Rourke): A capital allocation will be made in 1989 to enable grants to be paid towards the cost of the proposed new national school at Smerwick, County Kerry.
Begley asked the Minister for Education if moneys have been allocated in the 1989 Estimates for a new primary school at Lispole, County Kerry.
The Deputy is understood to be referring to an application for grant assistance towards the cost of building a new central school at Lispole, County Kerry, to replace existing schools at Clooncurra and Minard Castle.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0383/D.0383.198810270032.html   (249 words)

  
 View Notice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The works is to be carried out on behalf of the National Roads Authority (NRA) and Kerry County Council.
Applications are invited from competent Contractors who wish to be included on a tender list for strengthening works to Tahilla River, Releagh and Lispole Bridges.
- Lispole Bridge: The existing bridge deck is to be demolished and replaced with a new deck comprising pre-stressed beams/in situ concrete on the existing substructure
etenders.gov.ie /search/search_show.aspx?ID=MAY060052   (710 words)

  
 Kinnard Civil Parish, Co. Kerry, Lewis, 1837 description ©Jane Lyons
The living is a rectory and vicarage, in the diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe, and in the patronage of the Bishop; the rectory is partly impropriate in J.
1½d., being the tithes of that part of the parish lying north of the river Lispole, is payable to the impropriator, and the remainder to the incumbent.
There is a glebe of about three acres near the churchyard; the clerical duties are discharged by the incumbent of Cloghane.
www.from-ireland.net /lewis/ker/kinnard.htm   (243 words)

  
 Moyvane, Expanding the Kerry Village to Reach the World
Moyvane/Knockanure community games committee have wished the best of luck to the girls under 16 in the county final of community games basketball which will be held in the Community Centre, Listowel, this Saturday at 2.30pm.
Moyvane seniors were well beaten by Lispole in the county league on Sunday.
The forwards were in hard luck on a few occasions but all in all Lispole were the better outfit.
www.moyvane.com /notes.php?notesid=2&sort_year=1999   (447 words)

  
 Ted O'Connor Residential Property for Sale in the Lispole Area on the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Traditional style farmhouse located at Deerpark, Lispole off the main road in private setting with panoramic views over the hillside.
House recently tastefully renovated and comprises of entrance hall, kitchen/dining area, study, lounge with open fireplace and patio doors leading to the garden.
Located approximately five miles east of Dingle Town centrally located in Lispole and within walking distance of Church, Shop and Pub.
www.dingleproperty.com /lispole.html   (236 words)

  
 Minor Football September 9th, 2002
The rangy Lispole man - who was one of Kerry's most impressive minor performers this year - finally got his side going when he pointed in the 29th minute after a great run from Jason Murphy.
FOOTNOTE: There was a minute's silence prior to the throw-in for the late Michael Herlihy, of Lispole, who died in New York last week.
Michael, aged 27, played at wing-forward on the last West Kerry side to win a county final in 1993 and also played minor and senior for Lispole before emigraing to New York in the late '90s.
www.cromane.com /juniorchampionship/match_MFC_20021909.htm   (1305 words)

  
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Tommy was born in London in 1961 of West Kerry parents.
His already keen interest in music was fuelled by the great sessions which he heard locally and in particular in Cahir's Bar, Corofin, where he heard the likes of Mary Bergin, Tony Linnane, Noel Hill and Paddy Keenan.
Tommy is now based once again in Lispole and tours regularly with Danish band "Ash Plant" which he joined in 1991.
www.tommyosullivan.net /legacy.htm   (987 words)

  
 Dingle Way - Selfguided Walking Tour in Ireland
Leaving Annascaul passing the lovely Annascaul Lake, you skirt Acres Hill to the remains of 16th century Minard Castle before turning inland again to the railway village of Lispole.
From Lispole, the Way follows mostly sheep farming country before climbing An Cnoc Maol Mor and descending the old green road into Dingle town.
It is mostly minor roads and beaches today, but beyond the village of Ventry, is some of the most spectacular scenery you could hope to find.
hiddentrails.com /outdoor/hike/europe/ireland/dingle-sg.htm   (1574 words)

  
 Cheap Lispole, Kerry Bed and Breakfasts. Find and Reserve your Bed and Breakfast in Lispole, Kerry, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Find and Reserve your Bed and Breakfast in Lispole, Kerry, Ireland
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www.goireland.com /Accommodation/Kerry/Lispole_BED_AND_BREAKFASTS_Page_1.htm   (116 words)

  
 O'Sullivan, Tommy Noted guitarist from Lispole, Co. Kerry, Tommy O'Sullivan has worked with many great traditional ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
O'Sullivan, Tommy Noted guitarist from Lispole, Co. Kerry, Tommy O'Sullivan has worked with many great traditional musicians over the years.
More recently he is known for his work with Sliabh Notes and Paddy Keenan.
Noted guitarist from Lispole, Co. Kerry, Tommy O'Sullivan has worked with many great traditional musicians over the years.
www.gatewaytoireland.com /mall/MadForTrad/authors/author-183855-1.stm   (121 words)

  
 Moyvane, Expanding the Kerry Village to Reach the World
Seniors - Moyvane were unlucky to lose to Lispole in the County League on Saturday night last.
Moyvane looked to have sealed the points when John J. Mulvihill cut through for two excellent points near the end but in the very last attack of the game, Lispole got in for a well taken goal.
Next Saturday, we are playing in the Michael Kennelly Cup.
www.moyvane.com /notes.php?notesid=119&sort_year=2002   (346 words)

  
 Lispole Area   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Beautiful 4 bedroom bungalow situated on the main Dingle to Tralee Road and close to all amenities - located only c 2.0 miles from Dingle
Traditional Two Storey Residence which is ideally located on a quiet by road only c 3.5 miles from Dingle Town or Lispole Village.
Additional land available of c 0.8 acre which is located to the rear of the house.
www.padraiglynch.ie /dingleindex.htm   (272 words)

  
 Lispole, Co Kerry €550,000 Exceptional modern three-bed in a wonderful setting - Irish Independent
Lispole, Co Kerry €550,000 Exceptional modern three-bed in a wonderful setting - Irish Independent
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