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Irish Rivers

Rivers in Ireland.

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B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
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Aghinrawn*
Agivey*
Altalacky*
Annacloy*
Annascaul
Annalee
Arney*
Aughrim
Avoca
Avonbeg
Avonmore
Awbeg

B

Ballinderry*
Ballycassidy*
Ballynahinch*
Ballynahatty*
Bandon
Bann* — longest river in Northern Ireland. Upper Bann flows into Lough Neagh and then continues north as the Lower Bann.
Bann (Wexford)
Bannagh*
Barrow
Black
Blackwater, Kerry
Blackwater, Munster
Blackwater, Ulster*
Blackwater, Meath
Boyne
Boyle
Bracken, Balbriggan
Bride
Brosna
Burntollet*
Bush*

C

Callan*
Camac
Camlough*
Camowen*
Carey*
Carrowbeg
Carryduff County Down
Castletown
Cladagh*
Clady*
Clanrye*
Clare
Colebrooke*
Corrib
Cregg
Crumlin*
Cumber*
Cusher County Armagh

D

Dall*
Dalua
Dargle
Deel
Dennett*
Derg*
Dervock*
Derry
Dodder
Doonbeg
Drish
Drumquin*
Drumragh*
Duff*
Dun*

E

Enler*
Erkina
Erne — mainly formed by Upper and Lower Lough Erne*
Eske

F

Fane
Farset*
Faughan
Feale
Fergus
Ferta
Finn*
Foyle — that portion named "Foyle" forms the Republic of Ireland-Northern Ireland border*
Fury*

G

Garavogue
Glen*
Glenariff*
Glendergan*
Glenelly*
Glenmornan*
Goul
Gweebarra

J

John's

K

Keady County Armagh
Kells*
Kilbroney County Down
Kings

L

Lagan Down and Antrim
Laune
Lee
Liffey

M

Maigue
Maine County Antrim
Mourne County Down
Mourne Beg*
Moy County Mayo
Moyola County Antrim

N

Newry County Down
Nore

O

Owenbrean*
Owenreagh*
Owenkillew*
Owenroe
Oona

P

Poddle County Dublin

Q

Quiggery*
Quoile County Down

R

Reelan*
Robe (via Loughs Mask and Corrib)
Roe*
Roogagh*
Roughty

S

Shannon — longest river on the island. Develops into Lough Allen, Lough Bofin, Lough Ree and Lough Derg along its course.
Shimna County Down
Sillees*
Silver
Six Mile Water*
Slaney
Sruh Croppa*
Stoneyford
Strule*
Suck
Suir
Swilly
Swanlinbar (also known as Cladagh)*

T

Tall*
Tar
Tempo*
Termon*
Three Arches*
Threemilewater*
Tolka
Torrent*

U

Upper Ballinderry*

V

Vartry