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Photo description: Westmeath News 25th August Lt. Col. Enda Breslin, OC, Columb Barracks, Mullingar, on left and Brig. Gen.
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Patrick McDonnell who will run in. Niall Breslin (born 22 October ), known as Bressie, is an Irish musician and former Westmeath Gaelic footballer and Leinster Rugby player Born in Dublin to father Enda and mother Mandy, Breslin is the second They then returned to Mullingar, where he discovered a love and talent for sports as well as music.
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