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Loughgall F.C. is a semi-professional, Northern Irish football club playing in the NIFL Championship. The club, founded in 1967, is situated in the village of Loughgall, near Armagh in County Armagh and they play their home games in the village at Lakeview Park.
PSNI Football Club is a semi-professional, Northern Irish football club playing in the NIFL Championship. The club is associated with the Police Service of Northern Ireland, and its home ground is Newforge Lane in Belfast.
Loughgall is a small village, townland (of 131 acres) and civil parish in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is in the historic baronies of Armagh and Oneilland West.
The Loughgall Ambush took place on 8 May 1987 at the village of Loughgall, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. An eight-man unit of the Provisional Irish Republican Army launched an attack on the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) station in the village.
The East Tyrone Brigade of the Provisional Irish Republican Army , also known as the Tyrone/Monaghan Brigade was one of the most active republican paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland during "the Troubles". It is believed to have drawn its membership from across the eastern side of County Tyrone as well as north County Monaghan and south County Londonderry.
Lough Allen is a lake on the River Shannon in northeastern Connacht, Ireland. Most of the lake is in County Leitrim, with a smaller part in County Roscommon.
Lough Gill is a freshwater lough (lake) mainly situated in County Sligo, but partly in County Leitrim, in Ireland. The lake is mentioned in the poetry of W. B. Yeats.
Loughgilly is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is on the main Armagh to Newry road, about halfway between the two.
The Lough Gill Quartet was an Irish Traditional Music Quartet formed in Dublin, Ireland in the 1930s. The quartet was named after the famous Sligo lake and as a tribute to Michael Coleman who came from Sligo.
Lough Allua is a freshwater lake in County Cork with an area of 1.36 km² located beside Inchigeelagh and forms part of the River Lee.
Lough Gill is a freshwater lake in the southwest of Ireland. It is located on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.
PSNI may refer to:
Police Service of Northern Ireland GAA, also known as PSNI GAA, is a Gaelic Games club based in Northern Ireland. The club was set up in 2002 for members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, with the intent to allow serving police officers to play Gaelic games following the abolition of Rule 21, which had prohibited them from doing so.