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Kilmacud

Local shops on Lower Kilmacud Road
Kilmacud Luas station

Kilmacud (}

}}: Cill Mhic Oda, meaning "The Church of the Son Of Oda") is a suburban area in Dublin in the local authority area of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown.

Kilmacud is north of

Kilmacud Crokes is a major G.A.A. club whose clubhouse, Glenalbyn is located directly opposite the Stillorgan shopping centre.

Kilmacud's primary schools are Scoil Lorcán Naofa (St. Laurence's, named for the one time archbishop of Dublin Laurence O'Toole), St Raphaela's Primary School and Mount Anville National School, the secondary schools are St. Benildus College, Mount Anville Secondary School and St. Raphaelas School.

The LUAS light-rail system runs south of Kilmacud and has two stations in the area, Stillorgan and Kilmacud, the former being on the edge of the Sandyford Industrial Estate and beside the main reservoir. The Kilmacud stop is south of the grounds of St. Benildus College.


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