Location

Donaghmoyne is situated in south County Monaghan. As the largest parish in the diocese of Clogher it extends from the northern boundary of Carrickmacross town to the south boundary of Castleblayney town. The N2 slices through the parish separating Donaghmoyne to the right handside and Lisdoonan, Broomfield and Aughnafacron to the left as you travel North.

Donaghmoyne may be more better known for adjoining Inniskeen and it has been long recognised that Donaghmoyne has always had the superior football team!


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Geography/Landscape

Donaghmoyne has a number of lakes, Creevey and Lough Na Garnaman in Lisdoonan, Lough Moylan in Donaghamoyne. The parish sits on drumlins the most famous of these Fincarn Hill reputed to be the home of Fionn MacCauil.

Read about the Mannan Castle excavation here. Taken from Excavations.ie