People Educated at St Malachy s College

People Educated at St Malachy s College

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  • Publish Date: 2013-09
  • ISBN-10: 123080840X
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 40. Chapters: Alban Maginness, Alexander Dempsey, Alex Attwood, Alex Maskey, Bernard MacLaverty, Bill Neely, Brian Moore (novelist), Cahal Daly, Charles Gavan Duffy, Charles Russell, Baron Russell of Killowen, Ciaran Hinds, Daniel Mageean, Denis Murray (journalist), Eamonn Holmes, Eoin MacNeill, Henry McDonald (writer), John MacBride, John Tohill, Martin O'Neill, Michael Ingham (footballer), Michael MacLaverty, Oliver Napier, Patrick McWilliams, Pat Sheehan (Irish republican), Robert McLiam Wilson, Seamus Close, Sean MacEntee, Sean Neeson, Steve Morrow, Tim McGarry. Excerpt: Michael Gerard Ingham (born 9 July 1980) is a footballer who plays for York City as a goalkeeper. Ingham started his career with Northern Irish side Cliftonville before moving to England with Sunderland in the FA Premier League in 1999. He was loaned out by the club on eight occasions before eventually joining former loan club Wrexham on a permanent deal in 2005. After leaving the club in 2007 he joined Hereford United, where he made one appearance, and subsequently dropped into non-League football with York City. He played for them in the 2009 FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium and after gaining the captaincy in 2010 he returned to Wembley to play in the 2010 Conference National play-off Final. Ingham was victorious with York in the 2012 FA Trophy Final and the 2012 Conference National play-off Final at Wembley, the latter meaning the club was promoted to League Two. Born in England, Ingham has represented Northern Ireland at international level. He was capped once by the under-18 team before winning four caps for the under-21s in 2001. He earned three caps for Northern Ireland, gaining his first against Germany in 2005. He was last capped against Wales in 2007. Ingham was born in Preston, Lancashire to a Northern Irish family. Despite being born in...

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