Kilmurry McMahon is a parish in the Diocese of Killaloe in Co Clare. It is bounded on the south by the Shannon Estuary and by the parishes of Kilmihil on the north, Killimer on the west and Coolmeen (Kilfidane) on the east. It is 30km west of Ennis. The name derives its name from the church dedicated to Our Lady. The suffix, McMahon, to distinguish it from other Kilmurrys in the county, came from the McMahon clan, who had their main residence at Clonderlaw Castle. There are two villages in the parish, Labasheeda and Knock. There are two primary schools in the parish, Kilmurry McMahon National School and Labasheeda National School. Shannon Gaels are the local GAA club while St Mary's Athletic Club also used their facility at Ballyguiry, about 1km from Clonderlaw Bay along the R473 Clarecastle-Kilrush road.