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Irish: Ard Cróine
Ardcroney Church of Ireland Church which was moved to Bunratty Folk park
Location in Ireland
Ardcroney, officially Ardcrony (Irish: Ard Cróine, meaning "Cronia's height"), is a village and townland on the N52 National secondary road 10 km (6.2 mi) north of Nenagh in County Tipperary, Ireland. It is also forms a civil parish in the historical barony of Ormond Lower. It is halfway between Nenagh and Borrisokane.
Ardcroney Church is a T-plan gable-fronted church, built in 1838. Along with a later (c1975) detached round bell tower with conical slate roof is listed as a protected structure by Tipperary County Council (RPS Ref S583). The local Church Of Ireland church (pictured) was moved to Bunratty folk park where it was unveiled in 1998. A burial mound is located about 2km east of Ardcroney, it is listed as a national monument and is in state care.
Ardcroney is home to a Junior soccer club, Ardcroney FC. Set up in 1982 it currently has a Junior, Youth, u16, u14, 12 and 2 u10 teams.
- Placenames Database of Ireland
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- Ardcroney FC Archived November 8, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
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