The five stones that make up the circle are accompanied by a standing stone that towers over them.
Back to the Bantry Line, and just a few minutes heading east to a second circle in the townland. Maughanaclea E was even easier to find, being in a field beside a house just off from the road above the Owngar River Valley.
Twelve stones remain, five of these are prostrate. The stone srange in height from 0.8m to 1.6m, the circle diameter is 11.3m, the axis is NE/SW. I was informed by the house owner that several fallen stones had been re-erected thirty years or so previously.