Na Magha CLG is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Derry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of the Derry GAA and they have both camogie and hurling teams from U8 to senior level. They are the only hurling and camogie teams in Derry cit…
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Carndonagh (Irish: Carn Domhnach) on the Inishowen peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland. The town lies close to the shores of Trawbeaga Bay. Carndonagh is the site of the Donagh Cross, which belonged to an early Christian monastery founded by St. Patrick for Bishop MacCairthan, brother of the bishop of Clogher. The original Irish name, Carn Domhnach, means the burial mound of the church. The town is laid out around a central square, or Diamond, and is dominated by its Italianate Catholic church. It is also home to Carndonagh Community School, formerly the largest community school in Ireland. It is a small but pretty town consisting of cafés, pubs, a variety of shops and a nightclub.
Latitude: 55° 15' 0.00" N
Longitude: -7° 16' 0.01" W
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Carndonagh Community School' (Irish: Pobalscoil Charn Domhnaigh) is a secondary school located in Carndonagh, County Donegal, Ireland. The school was formed in the 1970s when a small local boys' school and similar convent school for girls amalgamate…
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