Thomas, Tom or Tommy Ryan may refer to:
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Thomas Johnson, Tom Johnson or Tommy Johnson may refer to:
John Ryan may refer to:
Michael or Mike Ryan may refer to:
The Tipperary County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) or Tipperary GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Tipperary and the Tipperary inter-county teams.
Thomas Murphy may refer to:
Events from the year 2007 in Ireland.
Thomas Walsh, Tom Walsh or Tommy Walsh may refer to:
Thomas, Tommy or Tom Doyle may refer to:
The English-language surname Healy is in used by three separate ancestral lines of people from Ireland.
Ryan is a common surname of Irish origin, as well as being a common given name in the English-speaking world.
O'Gorman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Paddy O'Brien is the name of:
Moycarkey-Borris GAA is a Tipperary GAA club which is located in County Tipperary, Ireland. Both hurling and Gaelic football are played in the "Mid-Tipperary" divisional competitions. The club is centred on the village of Littleton but also takes in areas such as Two-Mile-Borris, Horse and Jockey, and Moycarkey.
Thomas Ryan (1941-1970) was an Irish hurler. His league and championship career with the Tipperary senior team spanned six seasons from 1961 until 1966.
Willie Ryan is an Irish sportsperson. He plays hurling with his local club Toomevara and has been a member of the Tipperary senior inter-county team since 2006.
Pat Kerwick is an Irish hurler who played as a right wing-back for the Tipperary senior team.
Fogarty is a surname of Irish origin. The name Fogarty in Ireland is derived from the native Irish Ó Fogaratigh Sept who were located in County Tipperary where the name is still very prevalent to this very day.
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Cunningham may refer to:
Aidan is the anglicisation of the Irish male given name Aodhán and the Scottish Gaelic given name Aodhàn. Phonetic variants, such as spelled with an ‘e’ instead of an ‘a’, are appropriated and haven’t been prevalent until generations after the 19th century Irish Great Migration. The Irish language female equivelent is Aodhnait.
Dinny may refer to: