1999 in Ireland

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1999
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See also: 1999 in Northern Ireland
Other events of 1999
List of years in Ireland

Events from the year 1999 in Ireland.

Incumbents[edit]

Events[edit]

Arts and literature[edit]

Sport[edit]

Gaelic football[edit]

Golf[edit]

Hurling[edit]

Soccer[edit]

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

January to June
15 January – Robert Lowry, Baron Lowry, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland (b. 1919).
28 January – Markey Robinson, artist (b. 1918).
8 February – Iris Murdoch, novelist and philosopher (b. 1919).
22 February – Pat Upton, Labour Party TD (b. 1944).
25 April – William McCrea, astronomer and mathematician (b. 1904).
25 April – Michael Morris, 3rd Baron Killanin, journalist, author, sports official and sixth president of the International Olympic Committee (b. 1914).
11 May – Birdy Sweeney, actor (b. 1931).
19 May – Victor Bewley, cafe proprietor (b. 1913).
23 May – Cathal Gannon, harpsichord maker and fortepiano restorer (b. 1910).
15 June – Fred Tiedt, boxer (b. 1935).
July to December
17 July – Donal McCann, actor (b. 1943).
27 July – Malachi Martin, Roman Catholic priest and author (b. 1921).
21 August – Noel Larmour, cricketer and diplomat (b. 1916).
21 August – Maurice Gerard Moynihan, civil servant and writer (b. 1902).
24 August – Eithne Strong, poet.
4 September – Raonaid Murray, victim of an unsolved murder (b. 1982).
13 October – Michael Hartnett, poet (b. 1941).
15 October – Josef Locke, tenor (b. 1917).
20 October – Jack Lynch, former Taoiseach and leader of Fianna Fáil (b. 1917).
October – Micheál Cranitch, Fianna Fáil politician, Cathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann in 1973. (b. 1912).
14 November – Brian Ó Cuív, son-in-law of Éamon de Valera, Celtic scholar and author.
29 November – Michael O'Halloran, politician in the UK (b. 1933).
30 December – Tom Aherne, soccer player (b. 1919).

Full date unknown[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dáil adjournment comments, 29 April 1999
  2. ^ "Ireland fined £25,000 for cancelled Yugoslavia match". RTÉ News. 17 June 1999. 
  3. ^ Iris Oifigiúil 7 March 2000.
  4. ^ Leighlinbridge The Meteoritical Society. Retrieved: 2013-02-16.
  5. ^ O'Toole, Fintan (2012-07-06). "First Among Unequals". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2012-07-06. 
  6. ^ "Dolly West's Kitchen". Playography Ireland. Dublin: Irish Theatre Institute. Retrieved 2015-06-30. 

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