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1975–76 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship

The 1975–76 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship was the 6th national club hurling competition since its establishment in 1970–71. The first matches of the season were played in the winter of 1975 and the championship ended on 14 March 1976. St. Finbarr's went into the 1975–76 championship as defending champions, having won their first All-Ireland title the previous year; the championship culminated with the All-Ireland club final, held at Dublin. The match was contested by James Stephens of Blackrock of Cork. James Stephens won the game by 2–10 to 2–4, it was their first All-Ireland title. The 1975–76 club championship was played on a straight knock-out basis; each of the participating counties entered their respective club champions. The format of the competition was as follows: Provincial Championships The Leinster, Connacht and Ulster championships were played on a straight knock-out basis; the four respective champions from these provinces advanced directly to the All-Ireland series of games.

All-Ireland Series Quarter-final: The Connacht champions were drawn to play the London champions in a lone All-Ireland quarter-final. The winners advanced to the All-Ireland semi-final stage. Semi-finals: The Leinster champions played the Ulster champions while the Munster champions played the winners of the All-Ireland quarter-final; the winners of these two games contested the All-Ireland club final. Semi-final Final First round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final Final Quarter-final Semi-finals Final

Glenlyon, Queensland

Glenlyon is a rural locality in the Southern Downs Region, Australia. In the 2016 census, Glenlyon had a population of 24 people. Lake Glenlyon is a long thin north-south lake in the middle of the locality, it is known as the Pike Creek Reservoir. The locality's name is derived from Glenlyon pastoral run taken up in 1844 by Alexander McLeod; the run can be seen on an 1883 Darling Downs Run Map on Pikes Creek, south of Pikes Creek run. In 1996 Scott McLeod Walker, a great grandson of Alexander McLeod wrote and published a book entitled Glenlyon Connections; the book contains of some of the families who owned it. Media related to Glenlyon, Queensland at Wikimedia Commons