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This report has been prepared in compliance with the Directions issued to Waterford County Council by the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government under Section 14A (2) of the National Monuments Acts 1930‐2004. The Ministerial Direction Number was A018/000. The eight areas of excavation were assigned the Registration numbers E3566. E3567, E3568, E3569, E3570, E3571, E3572 and E3573. Eight sites were excavated as part of the N25 Kinsalebeg Realignment, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. Three of these sites were of archaeological significance, Areas 1, 5 and 6. Area 1 contained the remains of a possible kiln pit. Area 5 consisted of four pits containing flint, hazelnut shell and a possible fragment of pottery. A curvilinear feature (containing prehistoric pottery) and a small pit were also discovered in Area 5. The remains of two heavily disturbed fulachta fiadha were identified and subsequently excavated in Area 6. NOTE: GRID REFERENCES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE REPORT. THE GRID REFERENCES IN THE METADATA HAVE BEEN PROVIDED BY TII ARCHAEOLOGISTS.