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Louth make two changes for Antrim clash

Louth boss Aidan O’Rourke has made two changes to the side that lost to Wexford in the Leinster Championship quarter-final for Saturday’s Qualifier clash with Antrim in Drogheda. Both changes

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Celtic Legends too good for Dundalk

Celtic Legends showed they still have a touch of class at Oriel Park yesterday after beating Dundalk’s 2002 FAI Cup winning side 2-0 in a fundraising match. Pierre van Hooijdonk

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The day is finally here…the Legends are in town!

  Dundalk FC will host their main fundraiser of the season this afternoon when they welcome a Celtic Legends team to Oriel Park. The Celtic Legends – which will include

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Staunton facing the axe at Sunderland

Former Ireland manager Steve Staunton is on the look out for work again after being asked to leave his role with Sunderland. The Dundalk man, who had a successful playing

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Meanwhile, on the Dublin Road

  Anyone who is into their rugby will be looking forward to the British and Irish Lions’ first Test match against Australia on Saturday morning. It appears some local fans

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National Cycling Championships set for Carlingford this weekend

The National Cycling Championships take place in Carlingford this weekend and as a result a number of roads in the area will be closed to public transport from 10.30am to

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Dundalk investigating fall of Pat’s supporter

Dundalk FC issued a short statement last night, reassuring League of Ireland fans that they are fully investigating the incident which seen a St Patrick’s Athletic supporter fall in the


Blow for Dundalk as Ward is ruled out for the rest of the season

Dundalk’s promising season has been dealt a major blow with the news that midfielder Keith Ward faces the rest of the campaign on the sidelines with injury. The 22-year-old, who

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When the Lion was just a cub…

Rob Kearney made his first start of the current tour for the British and Irish Lions in their defeat to the Brumbies today. A picture of the Carlingford man has

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This week’s Dundalk Democrat

In this week’s Dundalk Democrat, there’s reaction to the injury a St Patrick’s Athletic fan suffered at Oriel Park on Friday night, with Dundalk FC denying there was crushing at

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FAI awaiting Dundalk report on how fall occurred at Oriel Park

THE FAI are awaiting a report from last Friday night’s Dundalk match against St Patrick’s Athletic to determine how a visiting supporter was injured during the game. A fan of


Louth to face Antrim in Qualifiers

Louth will face Antrim at home in the first round of the Qualifiers on June 29th or 30th. The two sides were paired together in this morning’s draw, which was

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New world record for Roche

Roche Emmets earned themselves a place in the Guinness Book of World Records yesterday as 1,204 people turned out for the world’s largest GAA training session on one pitch. The


Blow for Louth as McDonnell moves to US

Louth’s preparations for their forthcoming Qualifier clash on June 29th have suffered a setback after Newtown Blues forward Andy McDonnell announced he would be moving to America next week. While

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Countdown is on to Dundalk RFC fundraiser King of the Hill

The countdown is on for Dundalk Rugby Club’s King of the Hill white collar boxing event at the Mill Road tonight. The event has been organised to fundraise for the