Welcome to Duagh

The Commemorative Stone erected by Duagh Graveyard Committee in July 2012 to remember the Unrecorded Dead, the Holy Innocents and the Famine victims who are buried in Springmount Cemetery.. ©JLynch Mural commemorating the life and work of George Fitzmaurice which can be seen on the wall in the Church Car Park(Abbeyfeale side).. ©JLynch The Grotto in Springmount. Duagh, North Kerry. ©JLynch

Cead Míle Fáilte to Duagh or Dubhath, a small village in North Kerry  5 miles from Listowel and 4 miles from Abbeyfeale. It is a bedroom community for Listowel and Abbeyfeale on the R555 regional road and a local service centre for the rural hinterland.There are three public houses, two housing developments, a service station, hardware store, family resource centre and national school which are at the centre of the village on the village's only street.

St. Brigid's is the main Church set up by monks from Kildare. The building is the third church in the area and was built over 150 years ago in local stone in the Neo-Gothic style. The other church was built near the Smearla river in Lyreacrompane and is dedicated to the Sacred Heart.

 Duagh's first county championship came in 2002 in the Kerry Novice Football Championship. In 2006 they won the Kerry Junior Football Championship, and went on to win the Munster Junior Club Football Championship.On January 6 2013, Duagh won the 2012 North Kerry Championship beating Beale in Listowel in a replay. This was the first time since 1962 that Duagh won the North Kerry Final. 



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