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Rivers of our Parish

Ballycroy, there are three rivers: “Owen Duff River”, “Ballyveeney River” and “Tarshahaun River”. Owen duff river flows through Shradaggan, Shean and Shranamonragh and runs into the sea at Aughness. It is one of the best salmon fishing rivers in the country. The Tarshahaun River is a tributary of the Owen duff and it rises in the mountain called Curlew. The Ballyvenney River rises in Loch Aifreann and flows into the sea at Ballyveeney. The Owen duff river is about twenty-five miles long.

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