Fennagh, County Carlow

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All Saints' Church, Fennagh

Fennagh, officially Fenagh (Irish: Fionnmhach) is a village in County Carlow, Ireland. It lies on the R724 regional road between Muine Bheag (Bagenalstown) and Myshall.


Fenagh village contains two public houses, The Hunter's rest or "Joe's" and Kearney's; two shops, The Black Cat and Kearney's; a church; a community hall; and a creche. There is also a funeral home run by the same Kearney family who run the shop and public house.


There is a Gaelic Football team which has teams from under 8's up to senior. They have a nickname called "The Moll Bennets", which comes from the story of a local girl who never missed a Fenagh match.

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Coordinates: 52°42′51″N 6°50′47″W / 52.71417°N 6.84639°W / 52.71417; -6.84639