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Donnycarney or Donnycarny (Irish: Domhnach Cearna) is a Northside suburb in the city of Dublin, Ireland. It is mostly residential, around 5 km from the centre of Dublin. It is the home of GAA stadium Parnell Park.
Donnycarney is bordered by Beaumont, Artane, Killester and Marino, and lies in the postal districts of Dublin 9 and 5. It is mostly residential, located approximately 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from the centre of Dublin.
Local amenities include restaurants, a credit union, a church, a community youth project in the newly built community centre, a 3.25ha park that has a playground and an all-weather pitch, chip shop, Chinese takeaways and pubs.
Donnycarney is part of the Dáil Éireann constituency of Dublin North–Central, whose three elected representatives are Richard Bruton of Fine Gael, elected in February 1982; Independent Finian McGrath, elected in 2002 and Aodhán Ó Ríordáin of Labour, elected in 2011. A high-profile former TD for the area for 35 years was the former Taoiseach, the late Charles Haughey, whose son Seán also held a seat from 1992 to 2011.
It is most notable as the home of Parnell Park, a Gaelic Athletic Association stadium where the Dublin inter-county teams play many of their matches, including lower-profile matches which do not warrant the use of Croke Park, the national stadium.
Donnycarney FC is a soccer club whose teams compete in the Athletic Union League.
- Donnycarney was the boyhood home of Charles Haughey, who grew up on Belton Park Road. He subsequently moved to Raheny, then Grange Park in what was then Baldoyle, and later Kinsealy. Donnycarney was also the location of his funeral service in 2006.
- Tommy Eglington, a former Irish footballer who played for Shamrock Rovers, Everton and Tranmere Rovers was originally from Donnycarney. As an international, Eglington also played for both Ireland teams - the FAI XI and the IFA XI.
- The members of the musical group U2 met and formed the band whilst attending Mount Temple Comprehensive School, which some consider to lie in Donnycarney.
- The Chieftains frontman and founder Paddy Moloney was born and raised in Donnycarney.
- The Dubliners member Barney McKenna was born in Donnycarney.
- Oscar winner Glen Hansard's family lives in Donnycarney.
- Dublin hurler and all star winner Alan McCrabbe resides in Casino Park, a part of Donnycarney.
- Former Hudderfield Town footballer and European u-19 football championship winner with the Ireland u-19 soccer team Thomas Heary hails from Donnycarney
- Steo Nolan, a renowned play write and philosopher was born in Donnycarney, Nolan emigrated to Melbourne Australia in 2012 but he still considers Donnycarney his spiritual birthplace.
- Keith Healy is from Donnycarney, he has played for Liverpool F.C and Rapid Vienna.
- The English born judge Henry Draycott bought the manor of Donneycarney in the reign of Elizabeth I.