River Clodiagh

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The River Clodiagh near Portlaw

The River Clodiagh (Irish: An Chlóideach) is a small river which rises in Lough Coumduala in the Comeragh Mountains in north County Waterford.[1] (It should not be confused with the River Clodiagh in County Kilkenny.) It flows through the villages of Rathgormack, Clonea-Power and Portlaw before joining the River Suir just outside Portlaw.[2] The river is fed by a number of smaller tributaries including Hunts stream and Aughtnawilliam stream.

Kayak tragedy[edit]

Two canoeists, one a sit-on kayak, drowned after being stuck in a weir at Portlaw, in April 2010.[3]


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