CROMAC

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CROMACCroatian Mine Action Centre
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He had forged a positive reputation for himself as a player with Cromac Albion and Brantwood and became one of the youngest managers in junior football at the age of 29.
Second: 1 Newlawn Impact, 2 Cromac Belle, 3 Woe Katie, 4 Mays King, 5 Ecclestone, 6 Aclamon Messi (m).
Rival gangs clashed in the Cromac Street area soon after what was the most dramatic Glasgow derby in many years.
Acting on the conclusions of a mission that assessed Croatia's needs in this area in September 1988, the EU and WEU agreed to redirect mine clearance activities away from the training of experts and towards assisting and supervising the activities of Cromac, the Croat mine-clearance action centre.
"Early bikes were often made by local black smiths before firms such as George Stones in Cromac Street, Belfast, started to make machines made to measure.
For spectators wishing to meet family and friends at the finish area a free park and ride shuttle bus service will run between Ormeau Park and the Belfast City Council car parks on Ormeau Avenue (opposite The Limelight complex) and Cromac Street between 10am and 5pm.
The assignment, awarded by the Croatian mine clearing authority CROMAC and valued at SEK2.48m, covers a technical survey of 272,000 square metre area near the town of Lika.
A new 120-room, four-star Radisson SAS hotel is due to open this month at Cromac Park, while Malmasion, which has a property in Birmingham, opens at the former McCausland site in November.
Riot police separated drunken rival fans in the Cromac Street area.
But his mount was no match for the former French- trained Cromac in the last 100 yards and was beaten two and a half lengths.
Gerry Crossan loved the Steel Cup with a passion, but never managed to get beyond the last four during his time in charge of now-defunct Amateur League side Cromac Albion.