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Westmeath Various Sports 28th September 2002
John Glennon on behalf of the sponsors makes the presentation to James Keenan, owner after Meadowview Quest won the Colm & Catriona, Killeen Bar & Lounge, Rhode 525 yards race at the Rhode, Co. Offaly G.A.A. Club Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium also present are Susan Price and Jimmy McGinn, Westmeath Examiner Sport, September 2002
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John Glennon on behalf of the sponsors makes the presentation to James Keenan, owner after Meadowview Quest won the Colm & Catriona, Killeen Bar & Lounge, Rhode 525 yards race at the Rhode, Co. Offaly G.A.A. Club Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium also present are Susan Price and Jimmy McGinn, Westmeath Examiner Sport, September 2002
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2002-09-28

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