Tony O'Connor may refer to:
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Brennan is an Irish surname which is an Anglicised form of two different Irish language surnames—Ó Braonáin and Ó Branáin. It can also be found as McBrennan Historically, one source of the surname was the prominent clan Ua Braonáin (O'Brennan) of Uí Duach (Idough) in Osraige who were a junior Dál Birn sept stemming from a younger son of Cerball mac Dúnlainge (d.888). Recent surname evaluations highlighted the geographic consistency of this lineage in the barony of Idough.
David or Dave Young may refer to:
Ciarán or Ciaran is a traditionally male given name of Irish origin. It means "little dark one" or "little dark-haired one", produced by appending a diminutive suffix to ciar. It is the masculine version of the name Ciara.
William Wallace was a Scottish knight, landowner and leader during the Wars of Scottish Independence.
John or Jack Kelly may refer to:
Conor is a male given name of Irish origin. The meaning of the name is "Lover of Wolves" or "Lover of Hounds". Conchobhar/Conchubhar or from the name Conaire, found in Irish legend as the name of the high king Conaire Mór and other heroes. It is popular in the English-speaking world. Conor has recently become a popular name in North America and in Great Britain. Some alternative spellings for the name are often spelled Connor, Conner and sometimes Konnor.
O'Connor or O'Conor is a surname of Irish origin, originally meaning Ó Conchobhair. A more modern Irish spelling is Ó Conchúir.
James O'Connor may refer to:
James, Jim and Jimmy Parker may refer to:
Gavin is a male given name. It is a variation on the medieval name Gawain, meaning "God send" or "white hawk". Sir Gawain was a knight of King Arthur's Round Table. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an epic poem connected with King Arthur's Round Table. Gawain beheads the Green Knight who promptly replaces his head and threatens Gawain an identical fate the same time next year. Decapitation figures elsewhere: the Italian name Gavino (considered equivalent to Gavin) is the name of an early Christian martyr who was beheaded in 300 AD, his head being thrown in the Mediterranean Sea only later reunited and interred with his body.
John O'Connor may refer to:
John Webb may refer to:
The RTÉ Sports Person of the Year Award is the titular award of the RTÉ Sports Awards ceremony, which takes place each December. The winner is the Irish sportsperson judged to have achieved the most that year. The winner was originally chosen by a special panel of RTÉ journalists and editorial staff, but was selected by a public vote from a pre-determined shortlist in 2016. The first Irish sports award ceremony took place in 1985, and was closely modelled on the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award.
Hand is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:
Flannery is a convention in the game of contract bridge.
Flanagan is a common surname with origins in either Ireland or Scotland. It is an Anglicized version of the name Ó Flannagáin. There were at least 3 separate clans in Ireland with no connection. In Irish the name is Ó Flannagáin and many variations exist today. Typically these variations include Flanagan, Flanagin Flanigan, Flannigan, Flannaghan, O'Flanagan, O'Flannagain, Flaniken, Flenigenand and more. All variations, apart from some exceptions can have the prefix of "O" and the name may refer to: