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Went to bishop Dunn when it first opened, Was a bit of a cowboy who grew up once i left in 69 and joined up at 16. Had a few friends but have not met or been in contact since the day i left school. Moved around the country with my job when i left the army. Names that come to mind Kelly (parents italian) Steven Armitage (lived on thurman street) David Prewett, lived opposite school, Gerald Mc Keever a fast bowler and Peter Mc Ginley worked for Furse as an electrian. Would like to catch up with lives today if anyone knows there where-a-bouts

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