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  Stradbally - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stradbally is famous for its Steam Rally, an annual gathering of enthusiasts of steam-powered vehicles.
Stradbally is also famous for Electric Picnic, A boutique music festival held annually in Stradbally Hall, owned by the Cosby Family.
Note: Stradbally is also the name of a village in County Waterford, near Bunmahon.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stradbally   (274 words)

  
 16-09-2004: Gaels Blow into Last Spot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Stradbally started off the second half scoring with an excellent Mark Shortall point but just two minutes later a lifeline was thrown to Crettyard-Killeshin as they were awarded a penalty for a foul on Jim Shanahan.
Stradbally’s second point of the half came from the aforementioned Maher, a fine effort from a sideline that brought great cheers from the travelling supporters.
While Stradbally were well deserving of their victory it was a cruel final blow to a Crettyard team that always kept trying even though they were so far behind.
www.netsoc.ucd.ie /~colind/news/1609044.html   (787 words)

  
 Waterford Today - 23 November 2005 - GAA notes by The villager
Stradbally club of course are no strangers to five in a row as they last achieved this feat some sixty odd years ago so, it was the
As Stradbally began to force the pace it looked as though the Nire were beginning to crumble.
Stradbally were ahead 0-7 to 1-2 and appeared to be in control.
www.waterford-today.ie /index.php?id=16887&what=3&issue=278   (2046 words)

  
 Stradbally - Waterford Tourism
A neat village of thatched and slate cottages, Stradbally has won numerous awards in the National Tidy Towns Competition and was a recipient of a Heritage Award in the prestigious international Entente Florale.
Stradbally Medieval Church is the largest medieval church in rural Ireland.
Stradbally is on the Dungarvan and Copper Coast Drive.
www.waterfordtourism.org /stradbally.htm   (76 words)

  
 Hennessy Auctioneers, Property and Real Estate Agents, Stradbally, Portlaoise, Co. Laois
Stradbally itself is located along the main Portlaoise - Carlow/ Rosslare route.
Stradbally is set in a valley overlooked by the renowned Windy Gap on the Carlow side and majestic rolling hills on the Portlaoise side.
Stradbally has it all - fun, culture, amenities and a safe environment to live in.
www.hennessyauctioneers.ie /page.asp?cid=9   (154 words)

  
 Parish of Stradbally - Ancestral Research, Family History, Laois, Offaly, Genealogy, Parish Histories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Patrick Dowling, P.P., of Stradbally, and V.G. of the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, who uniting in his character the utmost simplicity and purity of manners with the most endearing social virtue, discharged for 53 years his pastoral duties with great fidelity, and departed to a better life on the 29th of November, 1826.
The Sisters, besides attending to their duty proper, of the education of the poor, have undertaken the management of an extensive Orphanage, the inmates of which are, for the most part, children who have been rescued out of the hands of those who would have robbed them of their Faith.
The Irish name of this parish, which is situated in the barony of Stradbally, signifies Domus Maidoci, "the house or Monastery of St. Maidoc." This was the name of the celebrated Patron of Ferns, in the County of Wexford, of Dromlane, in the County Cavan, and of Rosinver, in Leitrim.
www.irishmidlandsancestry.com /content/laois/community/parishhistories/stradbally_parish.htm   (6927 words)

  
 Welcome to East Coast & Midlands-Ireland’s East Coast & Midlands - Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
An annual steam rally, held on the first weekend of August, is Stradbally’s greatest claim to fame.
Stradbally Hall, the Cosbys’ stately home, was begun in 1772 and greatly enlarged and embellished in the 1860s in its present Italianate style.
At Timahoe the exceptionally fine round tower was built a thousand years ago by the monks of a monastery that was ancient even in their time.
www.eastcoastmidlands.ie /content.asp?id=155   (461 words)

  
 scouts
There was a scouting troop in Stradbally from the late 1970's but unfortunately we have no scouts at present but we have a troop of cubs.
The Stradbally cubs were founded in 1989 by Margaret Browne and Marion Fitzgerald who were helped by Karen Flowers and Nina Power.
This year the quiz was held in Abbeyside where Stradbally were in third place.
www.homestead.com /stradballysport/scouts.html   (342 words)

  
 Laois Nationalist: Stradbally   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
STRADBALLY Town Soccer Club is hosting their annual seven-a-side soccer tournament in The Lawn, Stradbally on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 15/16 and 17.
STRADBALLY Vintage Club is holding their Vintage rally at Cosby Hall on Sunday, June 25 commencing at 2pm.
STRADBALLY GAA Club was one of the 32 county award winners announced last week by the Allied Irish Bank and the GAA.
www.laois-nationalist.ie /community/localarea.asp?j=Stradbally   (2719 words)

  
 Hennessy Auctioneers property and Real Estate Agents, Stradbally, Portlaoise, Co. Laois   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Hennessy Auctioneers office is located 1.5 miles from Stradbally along the Heath Rd. It is sole family run business run by John Hennessy and assisted by his wife Judy.
Hennessy Auctioneers not alone cover their hometown of Stradbally but their agency extends the entire county of Laois and neighbouring counties of Kildare, Offaly and Carlow.
We are a hands on type of agency dealing always on a one to one basis and giving customers a valued and trustworthy service which is important in the auctioneering business.
www.hennessyauctioneers.ie   (219 words)

  
 Waterford News & Star - 2003/11/07: GAA: Stradbally to overcome Nire challenge
Since the start of the year, Stradbally s ambition has been to win a third title in a row for the club, something not achieved since their great five in a row in the forties.
Stradbally s last two titles have been achieved in convincing fashion and they will justifiably go into Sunday s semi final as favourites to advance.
Stradbally s delay in getting this game could well work in their favour.
archives.tcm.ie /waterfordnews/2003/11/07/story12450.asp   (599 words)

  
 Irish Steam Preservation Society Ltd
Some members of the Stradbally Steam Rally Committee brought their steam engines which roared through Stradbally, creating a party atmosphere in the town, whilst steam enthusiasts and onlookers viewed some of the many steam, fire and farm engines on display in the museum.
Mr Dick Dunne, Chairman of the Stradbally Steam Rally Committee said that the museum truly made Stradbally the home of steam in Ireland, especially with the upcoming annual National Steam Rally which will be held on the grounds of the Cosby estate on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th August.
Father Kelly from Stradbally completed the speeches by saying that he hoped the museum would be a reminder of the traditions which we inherited in our communities and in our families and concluded by formally blessing the museum.
www.irishsteam.ie /Museum/Museum_intro.htm   (1052 words)

  
 GAA
Believe or not football or hurling were not the main sports of the GAA at the start but Athletics.
A football team was formed in Stradbally in November 1886 with an enrollment of 40 players.
Nire take 2006 Conway Cup but it has been a great past five years for Stradbally GAA with five championship annexed in a row.
www.homestead.com /stradballysport/GAA.html   (177 words)

  
 Home
Stradbally (An Sráidbhaile in Irish) is a small town in County Laois,
Stradbally is famous for its Steam Rally, an annual gathering of
Stradbally is also know for having the only narrow gauge steam railway in
www.thecourtbandb.com   (112 words)

  
 STRADBALLY
The houses surrounding the village green are of varying architectural style gives an atmosphere of security to the resident and quaintness to the visitor.
There are two Coves the in vicinity of Stradbally Ballyvooney Cove and Stradbally Cove.
Stradbally Community has been involved with the National Tidy Towns competition for the past 18 years.
www.stradbally.com /STRADBALLY.html   (1669 words)

  
 GENUKI: Kerry, Stradbally   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
"STRADBALLY, a parish in the barony of Corkaguiney, county Kerry, province of Munster, Ireland, 3 miles S.W. of Castle Gregory.
It is situated on Brandon Bay, in the vicinity of Brandon Mountain, and includes a proportion of bog.
The principal seat in the vicinity is Stradbally House."
homepage.eircom.net /~dinglemaps/genuki/KER/Stradbally   (147 words)

  
 Lismore Cathedral, Cappoquin, Dungarvan, Stradbally, Kilmacthomas & Commeragh Church of Ireland
Lismore is situated 13 miles south of Clogheen and 16 miles east of Fermoy, in the picturesque Blackwater Valley.
Stradbally is a quiet seaside town of thatched and slatted cottages, with a few local shops.
The town's main attractions are the nearby Carrigahilla House gardens and the sheltered sandy beach in ‘Stradbally Cove’.
www.cashel.anglican.org /lismore.shtm   (212 words)

  
 RTÉ.ie Sport - Kilmurry-Ibrickane salvage Stradbally draw
Clare champions Kilmurry-Ibrickane and Waterford's Stradbally will have to meet again next Sunday after their AIB Munster Club football final ended 0-9 apiece at Semple Stadium, Thurles.
Bidding to be the first side outside from Cork or Kerry to win the final since Clare's Doonbeg in 1998, nerves were visible among both sets of players - with Stradbally's forwards particularly off form in the first half, kicking ten wides.
Daly and Niall Curran swapped further points as a disappointing half (0-5 to 0-3) was brought an end with Shane Lannon missing one of two goal chances for the Deise.
www.rte.ie /sport/2004/1205/kilmurry.html   (274 words)

  
 Stradbally
I spend most of my holiday time in the Stradbally area,usually staying in Ballyvooney and I would recommend anyone looking for a good relaxing holiday to start here.
Stradbally is situated just off the coast road between Bonmahon and Dungarvan in County Waterford.It has a very nice Cove and is suitable for people of all ages with its sandy beach.It also has a Village Store and Two Pubs.
There are links to the Stradbally Website which includes links to the GAA Club site and Photographs of the Village on my links page.
members.tripod.com /waterford_man/id9.html   (190 words)

  
 GAA: Stradbally have got the Power Sunday Mirror - Find Articles
A year on from his unlikely march to the Munster club football final with the Waterford champions and here he is back again.
That same commitment is what drives him to be successful with Stradbally today as they face the might of Cork's Nemo Rangers, Munster's club football masters.
Stradbally's march to last year's club final against Kilmurry- Ibrickane means they at least have recent Munster form to call upon.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4161/is_20051127/ai_n15875262   (427 words)

  
 Waterford Today - 1 November 2006 - Stradbally Ship still on course
Bearing in mind the horrible weather that we have had over the past couple of weeks, Walsh Park was I suppose not too bad for this encounter between Stradbally and Gaultier.
The Stradbally goal being one of the soft variety as Michael Walsh's long delivery was allowed slip through the grasp of the opposing keeper.
The final scoreline 2-10 to 2-5 could never have been anticipated at the break but Stradbally had again seeing off a challenge and are on course for that remarkable six.
www.waterford-today.ie /index.php?id=19780&what=3&issue=326   (975 words)

  
 Waterford news, local irish news
The Bishop offered support to the families of those about to lose their jobs at Waterford Crystal in Dungarvan and Waterford and called on the Government and State Agencies to look for new industries for Dungarvan to offset the losses.
The parishioners of St. James Church of Ireland Stradbally, had pleasant news from their Bishop that Stradbally Rectory will be inhabited again.
Congratulations to Ciss Hearne of Killelton, Stradbally who was the winner of €5000 in the recent Deise draw.
www.munster-express.ie /050513/notes_stradbally.html   (297 words)

  
 Carlow Nationalist: Soccer: Stradbally maintain perfect run
SECOND division Stradbally are one of the few teams wit have 100 per cent record so far this season and first division Carlow’s tentative approach to the opening exchanges was apparent and understandable despite home advantage.
Town settled down in business like fashion and it quickly became clear that Ger Roche was going to make it a torrid event for the Carlow defence and he duly scored in the 8th minute.
During the second half exchanges Stradbally tacked on additional scores through David Kinsella and Paddy Walsh before Carlow replied late in the game.
www.carlow-nationalist.ie /news/story.asp?j=3131   (204 words)

  
 Stradbally   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The picturesque village of Stradbally has won numerous awards and represented Ireland in the Entete Florale competition(2002).
Stradbally is the end of the copper coast drive from the Tramore side or the Beginning from the Dungarvan side.
Both Stradbally and Ballyvooney coves are sign posted from the village
www14.brinkster.com /coppercoast/stradballypage.htm   (83 words)

  
 Stradbally in general - Destinations National Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Stradbally is in the county of Waterford.It is a pretty village not too big and not too small.
I used to holiday in Stradbally every year between July and September to help my grandfather with the harvest.
This was over thirty years ago, I went back two years ago to have a look at the old place and to see family, well I did not see much of family.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /destinations-national/stradbally-in-general   (261 words)

  
 Stradbally, Galway County, Ireland - Lewis, 1837 description ©Jane Lyons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Stradbally, Galway County, Ireland - Lewis, 1837 description ©Jane Lyons
STRADBALLY, a parish, in the barony of DUNKELLIN, county of GALWAY, and province of CONNAUGHT, 3 miles (S.) from Oranmore, on the road from Galway City to Gort ; containing, with the village of Claran-bridge, 1053 inhabitants.
The parish, which comprises 4291 statute acres, is situated in the interior of an inlet that proceeds eastward from Kilcolgan Point and receives two rivers which flow through the parish, the Kilcolgan river, frequently called the Carnamart, and the Claran, nearly dry in summer and meeting the sea at Claranbridge.
www.from-ireland.net /lewis/g/stradbally.htm   (683 words)

  
 Stradbally Development Association one of the first area to bring wireless broadband to Stradbally Laois Ireland.
Stradbally Development Association one of the first area to bring wireless broadband to Stradbally Laois Ireland.
The aim of this website is to raise awareness of Stradbally Development Association Co Ltd and to highlight the several local current projects in the community.
The association also helps to promote development in the area as well as improve the general quality of life within the community.
www.stradballydevelopment.com   (188 words)

  
 Castlegregory Accommodation Crabapple Cottage, Self-Catering House Rental Accommodation, Stradbally, Castlegregory, ...
Mary Lynch, Stradbally, Castlegregory, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.
Crabapple Cottage is beside the village of Stradbally where the restaurant, local shop and night entertainment can be enjoyed.
Continue until the village of Stradbally, take the left hand turn in the village opposite the creamery shop.
www.crab-cottage.com   (325 words)

  
 Waterford News & Star - 2005/01/28: Stradbally - Waterford hospice say 'thank you'
Congratulations to Eoin McElduf of Carrigahilla, Stradbally, who was recently successful in his grade 6 piano exam.
At the AGM of Stradbally Tourism and Enterprise (Jan 17th) Breda was elected Chairperson, out going vice-chairman Tomás Power holds his position.
A well thought out contribution was made on the value of the “Old Medieval Church”, because of its Historic value and the present danger of the building falling down it will be part of the submission, it needs immediate restoration.
archives.tcm.ie /waterfordnews/2005/01/28/story16824.asp   (952 words)

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