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Rankin became a popular player at Leeds Road, where he unfortunately suffered a career-ending injury, but his family connection to Everton is incredibly strong.
Rankin, of Woodville Avenue,Grove Hill,was handed a 12 month community order, a curfew for three months and a drugs rehabilitation order.
In 1989 Mr Rankin opened Roscoff, the restaurant that was to become the first to win a Michelin Star in Northern Ireland.
"I have no regrets," said Rankin on his temporary international switch.
It is a dream come true and it is something I never thought would happen in my playing career," ICC quoted Rankin as saying.
Ireland's four-day meeting against England at Lord's, a precursor to this summer's Ashes which starts next Thursday, will be a historic occasion for Rankin and his Ireland team-mates.
Rankin played his sole Test for England during the Ashes tour of 2013/14 when the visitors suffered a 5-0 thrashing.
The National Library posted an ad for the job, which comes with a salary of PS27,777, partly funded by Rankin himself.
Rankin will also set up a live studio in the Faraway Forrest at the event where festivalgoers can have their portraits taken by the photoghrapher himself.
Rankin, a longtime intensive care unit and cardiac nurse, is passionate about making sure the country's nursing shortage does not harm patient care.
AMERICANS MIGHT have been surprised when Congresswoman Jeannette Rankin voted against the most straightforward decision on war in the nation's history, but they shouldn't have been shocked.