Raheny GAA (Irish: CLG Rath Éanna ) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the Northside suburb of Raheny, Dublin, Ireland.
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The Naul Hills, or Man-of-War Hills are low-lying hills in Fingal, Ireland, close to the village of Naul, formerly called The Naul, (Irish: An Aill, meaning "the cliff").
Naomh Mearnóg is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in the parish of Portmarnock, County Dublin, Ireland. The club was founded in 1975 and now fields a total of 35 teams in football, hurling, camogie and ladies' football. These include 3 adult footb…
Naomh Maur is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Rush, Dublin, Ireland.
Naomh Barróg are a Dublin based Gaelic Athletic Association club.
Killester railway station (Irish: Cill Easra) serves the suburb of Killester, as well as parts of Artane, in Dublin.
Irishtown Stadium was originally built in the 1950s by Shelbourne FC, a football club in the League of Ireland.
Gaelcholáiste Reachrann is an Irish-speaking secondary school (Irish: gaelscoil),in Donaghmede on Dublin's Northside, sharing premises and some teachers with Grange Community College.
Father Collins Park is a public park located in Dublin, Ireland, near the boundary of Dublin city and Fingal. Its official address is Donaghmede, and it is located near the new development at Clongriffin, with Balgriffin a little to the west.
Fingallians is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Swords, County Dublin, Ireland.
Colt Island (Irish: Inis Coilt, meaning "Colt Island") is the closest and smallest of three low-lying, uninhabited islets off the headland of Skerries, County Dublin in Ireland.
Clontarf GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association based in Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland club.
Britain Quay is a quay and street in Dublin on the south bank of the River Liffey between Sir John Rogerson's Quay and the confluence of the River Liffey, River Dodder and Grand Canal.
Bremore Port was a proposed new deepwater port at Bremore, near Balbriggan, Ireland. It is being developed to provide an east coast deepwater port for Ireland to supplement the Drogheda and Dublin Port.
Annesley Bridge crosses the River Tolka in Fairview.
Sutton Park is one of the constituent housing estates which make up the district of Bayside (Irish: Cois Bá), a residential suburb on the northside of Dublin, Ireland. Comprising multiple roads named "Sutton Park", as well as Sutton Lawns, Downs and…
Sutton Creek is part of Dublin Bay that lies between the southwestern part of Howth Head and the northeast end of Bull Island.
St Doulagh's Church (Irish: Clochar Dúiligh) is one of two churches in the "United Parishes of Malahide, Portmarnock and St Doulagh's" in Fingal, Ireland. It is the oldest stone-roofed church still in use in Ireland. The church is situated approxima…