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Nurney (Irish: Urnaí Nurnai, meaning "The Prayer") is a village in County Carlow, Ireland.
Nurney, County Carlow Wikipedia
The name suggests that there may have been a monastic site on the site in the 4th or 5th century. St. John's Church (Church of Ireland) is a listed structure, which was built by the local landlord John Bruen in the 1780s along with a schoolhouse.
Nurney Cross, located near St. John's Church, is a very early example of a high cross and is a National Monument.
Nurney is home to Nurney Villa who compete in the Carlow Premier Division and Evening Herald Striker.