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Westmeath Sport 2nd April 2005
Frank O'Reilly and Fiona Thornton, sponsors, presents the trophy to Roisin Farrell after Gone to Dave's won the Ulster Bank 525 yards race at Clonmacnoise ( Co. Offaly ) National School Building Fund Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium, also present are Frank Seery, trainer and members of the FUDD Syndicate, owners and supporters of the winner, Westmeath Examiner Sports, April 2005 ( Greyhound Racing )
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Frank O'Reilly and Fiona Thornton, sponsors, presents the trophy to Roisin Farrell after Gone to Dave's won the Ulster Bank 525 yards race at Clonmacnoise ( Co. Offaly ) National School Building Fund Benefit Meeting at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium, also present are Frank Seery, trainer and members of the FUDD Syndicate, owners and supporters of the winner, Westmeath Examiner Sports, April 2005 ( Greyhound Racing )
Date:
2005-04-02

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