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Westmeath Sport 19th June 2004
The William Kenny and Sons 400 yards race at Daingean, Co. Offaly GAA Club Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium was won by Spring Maeve, pictured at the presentation are from left Bill Kenny, sponsor and Francis Murray, Westmeath Examiner Sport, June 2004 ( Greyhound Racing )
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The William Kenny and Sons 400 yards race at Daingean, Co. Offaly GAA Club Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium was won by Spring Maeve, pictured at the presentation are from left Bill Kenny, sponsor and Francis Murray, Westmeath Examiner Sport, June 2004 ( Greyhound Racing )
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2004-06-19

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