Fennagh, County Carlow

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All Saints' Church, Fennagh

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

Amenities[edit]

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.

Sport[edit]

There is a Gaelic Football team which has teams from under 8s up to junior level. The club's nickname is "The Moll Bennets", which comes from the story of a local girl who never missed a Fenagh match.[citation needed] Carlow inter-county footballer Seán “choo choo” Murphy plays football with Fenagh GFC.

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