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Need help with Ireland itinerary

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Please let me know if this tentative itinerary for Ireland sounds reasonable:
Arrive Dublin Sat. 6/15 from London where we will have been for 1 week.
Saturday and Sunday-Dublin
Rent car in city center on Monday morning.
Monday--Drive to Cashel-short visit. Move on to Kilkenny and tour the castle.
Have lunch then tour Smithwicks Brewery.
Drive on to Waterford and spend the night.
Tuesday--breakfast and walk around Waterford then head to Cobh.
Spend Tuesday & Wednesday night in Cobh. See Kinsale.
Thursday-Drive to Dingle. Spend 2 nights in Dingle
Saturday-Drive to Trim and spend night in Trim. Head to airport from Trim on Sunday morning.

Do I have too much planned on Monday??
Google maps shows drive from Cobh to Dingle as 2 1/2 hours. Do you think that's accurate?
I was thinking of not driving the Ring of Kerry but driving the Dingle Peninsula instead. What are your thoughts?
Google Maps shows the drive from Dingle to Trim as being about 4 1/2 hours. Do you think that's accurate?

Your feedback is very much appreciated.

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