River Funshion facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsRiver Funshion
|Native name||Abhainn na Fuinseann|
|Cities||Kilbeheny, Mitchelstown, Kildorrery, Rockmills, Glanworth|
|Main source||Galtee Mountains|
|River mouth||Munster Blackwater
Fermoy, County Cork
|Length||55.92 kilometres (34.75 mi)|
|River system||Munster Blackwater|
|Basin size||334 km2 (129 sq mi)|
The River Funshion rises in the Galtee Mountains at Kilbeheny, near the County Limerick–County Tipperary border. It flows southwards past Galtee Castle and under the M8, crossing the R639. It then flows westwards and forms part of the County Limerick–County Cork border, passing under the M8 again, and the R639 at Kilbeheny. It flows westwards through Mitchelstown Golf Club, north of the town. The Funshion passes under the N73 near Kildorrery, flowing southeast through Glanworth and again under the M8 and R639, draining into the Munster Blackwater about 3.5 km (2 mi) downriver of Fermoy.
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