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The club has never quite reached senior cricket as it has limited resources and relies on the District Council for a ground. The club represented Northern Ireland in European competition in 2005–-06.The club has played on at least five different locations during its existence. The town has also achieved much success in Gaelic games, Gaelic football and hurling.In 1782, the town was the location where the independence of the Irish Parliament was declared by members of the Protestant Ascendancy who controlled the parliament at the time. The deadliest attack in the town was on 17 March 1976, when a loyalist car bomb attack on the Hillcrest Bar killed four Catholic civilians.On 24 August 1968, the Campaign for Social Justice (CSJ), the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association (NICRA), and other groups, held Northern Ireland's first civil rights march from Coalisland to Dungannon.Cricket was kept alive by the Royal School, Bankers and the RUC until 1939 when the Second World War broke out.
After the O'Neills' defeat in the Nine Years' War, the English founded a plantation town on the site, which grew into what is now Dungannon.The following is a list of these townlands and their likely etymologies: Dungannon Cricket Club is the oldest sporting club in Dungannon dating back to at least 1865.The club played continuously through to 1914 with a break from 1901-04 when Lord Ranfurly was Governor of New Zealand and there was no ground available until his return.Best for Britain's new chief executive Naomi Smith brings personal insight into Northern Ireland's 'frozen peace' and believes the no-deal agenda being pursued by English nationalists would be catastrophic for the region.IT is tempting to highlight the irony of MLAs in a Stormont suspended for nearly three years commenting on Westminster's suspension for seven parliamentary days, but it is time for a more studied approach to a possible no-deal Brexit.