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Dooneen (Irish: An Dúinín) is a townland approximately two miles north of Castleisland, County Kerry on the N21 road to Limerick. Dooneen Wood and Castleisland golf course are situated in the area. Journalist Con Houlihan was born in Dooneen and some of his family members lived there until recently.
Dooneen is also the name of either of two townlands in County Clare: One in the northern tip of the county, in the barony of Burren, Abbey civil parish, Ballyvaughan poor law union; and the other in the south-central part of the county, in the barony of Bunratty Upper, Doora civil parish, Ennis poor law union.
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