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CRAICCommunity Recreational Arts in Coalisland (est. 1996; Northern Ireland, UK)
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Savage Craic with Blasta playing a repertoire of lively jigs, reels and songs on concertina, banjo, mandolin, bouzouki and whistles.
CONNECTIONS appear to have found a good opportunity for Back For The Craic to open his account in the Silver Bell Maiden Chase at Leicester.
Nicky Henderson's Back For The Craic can open his account today
Dublin is a truly unique European capital city, where the dynamic Celtic Tiger meets lively craic agus ceol (fun and music).
Claire Evans has thrown down the gauntlet to every man, woman and child to take on the Irish craic with plenty of Welsh hwyl.
Pockets of light then emerge from pubs across the city as drinkers experience the craic of St Patrick's Day.
There were plenty of goodie bags and spot prizes and the craic rolled on into the night.
We have good craic, but respect each other's privacy the week before the game and see where it goes after that.
The 33-year-old added: "In 2007 we didn't have enough craic off the pitch.
CRAIC Technologies' FilmPro film thickness measurement software package is designed to plug into proprietary microspectrophotometers and their controlling Lambdafire software.
YOU can't beat the craic combo of Liverpool and St Patrick's Night (unless you're actually in Ireland that is) and they were certainly getting well and truly into the spirit of things at Ma Egerton's pub on Pudsey Street in the city centre.