Máire ‘Molly’ Gill (Máire Ní Ghiolla) (1891–1977) was a political activist who became third and longest-serving president of the Camogie Association and captained a Dublin team to an All Ireland championship while serving as president of the association.

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  • Máire ‘Molly’ Gill (Máire Ní Ghiolla) (1891–1977) was a political activist who became third and longest-serving president of the Camogie Association and captained a Dublin team to an All Ireland championship while serving as president of the association. (en)
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  • 1891-03-24 (xsd:date)
  • 1891-3-24
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  • 1977-05-25 (xsd:date)
  • 1977-5-25
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  • 3rd
  • President of Camogie Association
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  • 1941 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1923 (xsd:integer)
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  • Camogie player and administrator (en)
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  • Máire ‘Molly’ Gill (Máire Ní Ghiolla) (1891–1977) was a political activist who became third and longest-serving president of the Camogie Association and captained a Dublin team to an All Ireland championship while serving as president of the association. (en)
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  • Máire Gill (en)
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  • Molly Gill (en)
  • Máire Gill, Máire Ní Ghiolla (en)
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