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Dundalk’s match with Bohemian FC brought forward two days to Wednesday July 5th

Dundalk’s match against Bohemian FC, originally scheduled for Friday July 7th, has been brought forward to Wednesday July 5th at Dalymount Park. The game in Phibsborough has been brought forward

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Dundalk’s Champions League dates with Rosenborg are confirmed

The dates for Dundalk’s Champions League second qualifying round matches with Rosenborg BK have been confirmed. The first leg against the Norwegian champions will take place at Oriel Park on

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Louth Minors to face Wexford on July 4th in Leinster semi-final

Louth’s Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Football Championship semi-final match against Wexford has been confirmed to take place on Tuesday July 4th at Innovate Wexford Park in Wexford Town. The game

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Kilkenny triumphs atop of Long Woman’s Grave

Round 10 of The Bike Station Cycling League was a tough 45km course that finished atop of the Long Woman’s Grave, with the added twist of coming from the Glenmore

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Dundalk golfer Caolan Rafferty sets new course record at Amateur Championship

Dundalk golfer Caolan Rafferty set a new course record and carded the second best ever qualifying round at the at the 122nd Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s and Prince’s

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Dundalk golfer Rafferty retains place on Leinster squad for Interprovincial Championshop

Dundalk golfer Caolan Rafferty has retained his place on the Leinster team for next month’s Interprovincial Championship in Carlow. Rafferty is one of five members of last year’s side who won

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Dundalk to face Rosenborg in Champions League

Dundalk have been paired with Rosenborg in the second qualifying round of this season’s Champions League. The Norwegian champions were one of six possible opponents for Stephen Kenny’s side along

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Dundalk’s possible Champions League opponents narrowed down to six

Dundalk FC’s potential Champions League opponents has been narrowed down to six sides ahead of this morning’s draw for the second qualifying round in Switzerland. Stephen Kenny’s side will face

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Celtic amongst Dundalk’s potential Champions League opponents

Dundalk FC will learn their Champions League second qualifying round opponents when the draw takes place from Switzerland tomorrow morning. Scottish champions Celtic are amongst the potential sides Stephen Kenny’s

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Dundalk hit Drogheda for six in Louth derby

Dundalk hit local rivals Drogheda Utd for six in last night’s Louth derby at United Park. The 6-0 victory was the biggest of the season for Stephen Kenny’s side and

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The Racing Post to sponsor this year’s Dundalk International Dual Race Day

There will be a new sponsor for the Dundalk International at Dundalk Stadium this year with the Racing Post newspaper confirmed as the sponsor of the 12th annual Dual Race

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Dundalk pipped to the Kennedy Bowl by Midlands League

There was heartbreak for the Dundalk Schoolboys’ League U-14 side in Limerick today after they lost the SFAI Umbro Kennedy Bowl final on a 1-0 scoreline to Midlands League. After

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O’Kane the hero as Dundalk book place in Kennedy Bowl final

Dundalk Schoolboys League’s U-14 team are through to the final of the SFAI Umbro Kennedy Bowl after a 1-0 victory over South Dublin Football League in Limerick this afternoon. Ryan O’Kane

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Dundalk hold their nerve in shoot-out to book semi-final spot in Kennedy Bowl

The Dundalk Schoolboys’ League U-14 team have booked their place in the semi-finals of the Kennedy Bowl after a 7-6 penalty shoot out victory over Limerick District at the tournament

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Youngsters left “devastated” after clerical error denies them chance to compete in Community Games

A group of youngsters who were due to compete in the GAA section of the Community Games have been left devastated after missing out on the competition due to a