Ballyneety Road
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1948/50 House No.1-80 {consecutive)
Naming of the road

After the Williamite army victory at the 'Battle of the Boyne', they advanced through the country defeating all before them. They did meet resistance in Limerick, so they sent for an armour and artillery train.

The night before it was to reach Limerick it stopped in Ballyneety. Sarsfield volunteered to destroy the train. His men destroyed the train and the accompanying Williamite army, thus delaying William's attempt to take Limerick.


This is a small road with only a small number of houses resulting in little traffic allowing the children of the families to play reasonably safely on the road.

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Copyright (c) John Murphy 1999