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Dungourney

Dún Guairne
Town
Dungourney from the west
Dungourney from the west
Dungourney is located in Ireland
Dungourney
Dungourney
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 51°58′10″N 8°05′25″W / 51.969553°N 8.090357°W / 51.969553; -8.090357
CountryIreland
ProvinceMunster
CountyCork
Dáil ÉireannCork East
EU ParliamentSouth
Time zoneUTC+0 (WET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-1 (IST (WEST))
Irish Grid ReferenceW930795

Dungourney (Irish: Dún Guairne, meaning 'Guairne's fort'[1]) is a village in County Cork, Ireland on the R627 regional road 9 km (5.6 mi) northeast of Midleton. The river Dungourney flows through the village. St. Peter's National School is located in the centre. There is a church in the west of the village and a post office across the road. There are several roads linking to Midleton, Castlematyr and Tallow.

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Sport

Dungourney GAA Club and Dungourney Camogie Club are the local Gaelic games clubs.

The Fitzgibbon Cup, the hurling competition contested by university teams, is named after Dungourney man Fr. Edwin Fitzgibbon. He was born in 1884, and went to school in the area before joining the Capuchin Franciscan Order in 1893. He died in 1938 and was buried at the Capuchin cemetery in Rochestown.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ A. D. Mills, 2003, A Dictionary of British Place-Names, Oxford University Press
  2. ^ UCCIreland (23 April 2012). "Fitzgibbon Cup Centenary - University College Cork". Retrieved 30 June 2021 – via YouTube.
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