Lissycasey

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Lissycasey (Irish: Lios Uí Chathasaigh, meaning "ringfort of the Caseys") is a village in County Clare, Ireland. It forms one half of the parish of Clondegad-Kilchrist. The village straddles the N68 Ennis-Kilrush road for some 3.5 km. The area stretches east-west from Caherea to Crown and north-south from Frure North to Cloncolman. Lissycasey were Clare county champions in football in 2007 and won the Cusack Cup that year.[citation needed]

The Roman Catholic parish of Ballynacally (Clondegad) encompasses Ballynacally, Lissycasey and Ballycorick, and is part of the Diocese of Killaloe[1]

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  1. ^ "Ballynacally (Clondegad)". Diocese of Killaloe. Retrieved 2014-03-03. 

Coordinates: 52°44′37″N 9°09′35″W / 52.74361°N 9.15972°W / 52.74361; -9.15972