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Westmeath Sport 3rd November 2001
The TPS Ltd. Building and General Contractors 325 yards race at the Friends of Belarus ( Clara ), Co. Offaly Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Track was won by Springwell Chick, pictured at the presentation are from left Noel O'Rourke representing TPS ( sponsors and Gerry O'Dowd, Westmeath Examiner Sports, November 2001 ( Greyhound Racing )
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The TPS Ltd. Building and General Contractors 325 yards race at the Friends of Belarus ( Clara ), Co. Offaly Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Track was won by Springwell Chick, pictured at the presentation are from left Noel O'Rourke representing TPS ( sponsors and Gerry O'Dowd, Westmeath Examiner Sports, November 2001 ( Greyhound Racing )
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2001-11-03

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