Martin Dunne
English footballer
Martin Dunne
Martin Dunne was an English footballer who played one season as a forward in the Southern League for Southampton.
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Cavan Gaels march on with the minimum of fuss again - Anglo Celt
Google News - over 5 years
There was a huge gulf between the teams on the day - Ballinagh had the benefit of the gale in the first half and couldn't make it count, while the Gaels, for whom the outstanding Martin Dunne kicked 2-5, were better in almost every sector
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Five off but Steelstown through to last eight - Derry Today
Google News - over 5 years
Steelstown Brian Ogs: Martin Dunne; Rory O'Connor, Tony Ling, Michael McKinney; Kevin Lindsay, Neil Forrester (0-1), Paul O'Hea; Patrick Brennan (0-2), Stephen McCauley; Brian Scallan (0-1), Stephen Cleary (1-9, 7f), Conan Doherty (0-1); Liam Heffernan
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Breffni Beat: Forde will be a huge addition to Cavan Gaels - Anglo Celt
Google News - over 5 years
Micheál Lyng hasn't shown his best form yet (though he links well with Johnston), and Martin Dunne and "Jelly" are possibly too similar, too; both would maybe thrive off a target man. These are small things, though. They welcome Under 21 winners Kevin
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Time-trial cyclist hit by car - Newmarket Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Martin Dunne, who works for Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin operation, fell from his bike after being clipped by a van near The Reindeer pub in Saxon Street on Wednesday, July 20. Paramedics were called to the scene shortly after 8pm
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Steelstown miss chance to go top - Derry Today
Google News - over 5 years
The first half lasted nearly fifty minutes after Ballerin full forward Cathal Faulkner, the league's joint top scorer, collided with the Steelstown goalie Martin Dunne. He was taken by ambulance to Coleraine hospital suiffering from a punctured lung
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Support centre for service veterans opens in Nuneaton - Coventry Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
Speaking at this week's opening ceremony Martin Dunne, Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire, said: “Many of the men and women returning from Afghanistan and Iraq have encountered traumatic experiences and, whilst some will adapt easily to civilian life,
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Stylish Steelstown too strong for Drumsurn - Derry Today
Google News - over 5 years
But it could have been a different story had Martin Dunne not been on his toes within 10 seconds of the throw-in. With Mickey McKinney starting on Ciaran Mullan, Martin Mullan's long ball saw the Steelstown man completely lose the Drumsurn forward,
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Family of Conrad Lewis to raise the flag - Leamington Observer
Google News - over 5 years
The flag was hoisted by Martin Dunne, Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire, on the day the latest serviceman to have lost his life in Afghanistan, bringing the total of personnel to have died there to 374, was named. He said: “At this sad moment we are
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Fallen soldier's family help raise the flag - Kenilworth Today
Google News - over 5 years
His parents Tony and Sandi and his sister Siobhan were present as Lord Lieutenant Martin Dunne raised the flag at Shire Hall in Warwick, one of 500 raised simultaneously around the UK recognising the work of the Army, Navy and Air Force
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GAA: Second place for Athy after hard fought win - Kildare Nationalist
Google News - over 5 years
In the final minute, Martin Dunne shot for a point and saw his effort come back off the upright. Robbie Confrey was first to the rebound and despite the presence of three Athy defenders got a shot off under pressure. The ball rolled agonisingly across
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Tipp N&B Association gathers - The New York Irish Emgirant
Google News - almost 6 years
Front row: Martin Dunne, Liam Gleeson, honoree Pat Costigan, Phil O'Meara (dinner chairman) and Devere Reynolds. Brian Costigan, Alison Kelly, honoree Pat Costigan, Moira Kelly, Frances Costigan, PJ Kelly, Patrick Costigan and Karen Hayden
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Insolvent Boston Suburb Faces Threat of Takeover
NYTimes - over 25 years
The small, impoverished suburban city of Chelsea, made up largely of immigrants and the elderly, is so short of money that it can no longer pay for its own basic services, leaving political leaders and financial experts unsure how to save it or whether it can survive at all. Gov. William F. Weld on Friday proposed legislation that would put the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Martin Dunne
    TWENTIES
  • 1911
    Age 24
    In the summer of 1911, he returned to his native Lancashire to join his Southampton team-mate, John Johnston at Stalybridge Celtic.
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  • 1910
    Age 23
    He was "exceptionally quick off the mark" and a superb sprinter, who was able to use his speed "with admirable effect". By the end of the 1910–11 season he had scored nine league goals, making him joint top-scorer with Harry Brown, although his final tally could have been significantly higher had a foot injury not hampered his form towards the end of the season.
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    At Southampton, he "immediately created a favourable impression" in pre-season matches and scored on his debut in a 2–3 defeat at Luton Town on 3 September 1910, followed by a goal in a 3–0 victory over Portsmouth on 10 September.
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    Dunne was born in Padiham, near Burnley and after playing for Oswaldtwistle Rovers and Accrington Stanley in the Lancashire Combination, he moved to the south coast in May 1910 to join Southern League Southampton.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1887
    Age 0
    Born in 1887.
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