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capital and largest city and major port of the Irish Republic

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Fagan's right wing cross caused panic in the Galway area with Aaron Greene confidently drilling the Dubliners ahead.
Results Saturday: BEADS 2 (Michael Shellard 2) Redcar Town 0; Billingham FC 0 Boro Rangers 2 (Dean Taulkder 3, Matthew McQueeney 2); Billingham Synthonia 1 (Josh Turner) Redcar Newmarket 5 (Ryann Hodgson 3, Michael Dowse, Michael Lyons); Cargo Fleet 2 (S Aithwaite, S Meggison) Fishburn Park 4 (N Smurthwaite, J Faichney, J Organ-Simpson, S Richardson); Grangetown BC 9 (Jack Connor 4, Liam Cooper 2, Jason Walker 2, Adam Holloway) Middleton Rangers 0; Lingdale 1 (Jake Thompson) Stockton West End 0; St Mary's College 2 (Chris Norlund, Paul Vaughan) Staithes Athletic 0; Thornaby Dubliners 6 (C Raby 2, J Hackett, A Buchan 2, A Scott) Thirsk 2 (S Rose, G Barber); Yarm 1 (Jack Dalton) Whinney Banks YCC 7 (D Lockwood 4, M Dolan, L Cook).
The Young Dubliners consider themselves to be ambassadors of Celtic and American rock.
Drew founded the then-Ronnie Drew Group in 1962 which later came to be known as The Dubliners.
The Dubliners played a key role in the revival of interest in Irish music and many still hold a strong bond of affection for their strong vocals and instrumental work.
Dubliners seems a most apt choice for a text against which to read ideas of sympathy.
He plays James Joyce, widely regarded as the greatest novelist of the 20th century, who burned brightly for almost 60 glorious years and produced four major published works - Dubliners, A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man, Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake.
RACING went on the fiddle - and the banjo and guitar - in order to raise over pounds 40,000 for the Scott Taylor Appeal on Wednesday night with the help of Irish folk legends The Dubliners.
The Young Dubliners, playing a mix of rock rhythms and traditional Celtic instrumentation, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds, known for bluesy rock and R&B, will open for Chicago.
The Dubliners picked up their first ever away league success when beating Athlone 1-0 last week.
Elsewhere, Stockton West End defeated Grangetown Boys Club, Yarm FC pulled of a shock victory at out-of-sorts Thornaby Dubliners, Redcar Town followed up their Madden Trophy victory with a narrow victory over Nunthorpe Athletic and Fishburn Park drew with Boro Rangers.
FOLLOWING in the footsteps of James Joyce is an intimidating prospect - so scary, in fact, that one writer said they'd rather "run down the road screaming" than join an update of Joyce's classic book Dubliners.
The band features Sean Cannon - member of Ireland's legendary folk group, The Dubliners - with his sons, James and Robert on vocals, mandolin and guitars.
BANJO Barney is partying with the Dubliners in heaven now, mourners were told yesterday.