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Mulvenna parts ways with Portadown

Local footballer Tiarnán Mulvenna is on the look out for a new club after parting ways with NIFL Premiership side Portadown this week. The former Dundalk FC player, originally from

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Dundalk FC lend their support to Daffodil Day

Today is Daffodil Day with Dundalk FC players amongst those who are lending their support for the annual Irish Cancer Society fundraiser. Last night the club released a short video

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Brian Lynch clinches 3,000m final at World Masters Athletics Championships

A local athlete has shown that age is no barrier to success after clinching gold in the M60 3,000m final at the World Masters Athletics Championships in Daegu, South Korea.

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Cork manager Caulfield believes Dundalk are ‘still the team to beat’

  By Caoimhín Reilly Despite starting the season emphatically with their new additions, John Caulfield still believes that Dundalk are the team to beat as the Rebels prepare for the

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Na Piarsaigh underage coaching recommences this Thursday

Na Piarsaigh’s underage coaching for six to 12 year olds will recommence this Thursday night in their ground on the Rock Road from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. New kids are welcome

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Dundalk vs St Patrick’s Athletic highlights

Last Saturday night Dundalk FC got back to winning ways with a 3-0 victory over St Patrick’s Athletic at Oriel Park. Ciaran Kilduff’s opener on 44 minutes was followed by

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Fund in memory of Ciaran Casey aims to raise funds for Beaumont Hospital

A fund has been set up in memory of the late Ciaran Casey in order to raise money for Richmond ICU in the Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, where he received

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Dundalk FC to host two Easter Camps this April

Dundalk FC will run two Champions Easter Camps in April with sign-up now available at the Oriel Park office. The camps – for 6-14-year-olds – will run across the Easter

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Louth Player Ratings vs Armagh

By Caoimhín Reilly Louth went down to their first league defeat of the season in brutal fashion against Armagh on Sunday. 13-points separated the sides at full-time. Here’s how Talk

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Dundalk Gaels juvenile registration night this Thursday

Dundalk Gaels GFC will host a Juvenile registration night this Thursday evening at their clubhouse at the Ramparts. This is open to all existing and new players starting from under

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Armagh boss McGeeney reflects on ‘a good day out’

By Caoimhín Reilly Kieran McGeeney is not somebody who publicly expresses much emotion, but the Armagh manager was full of praise for his team after yesterday’s victory over Louth in

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Louth boss insists that promotion is still in their own hands

  By Caoimhín Reilly Colin Kelly insists that Louth’s promotion destiny is still in their own hands despite Armagh romping to a 13-point win at the Gaelic Grounds yesterday. 2-12

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Entries closing for The Bike Station Road League

Those interested in taking part in this year’s The Bike Station Road League are urged to apply as soon as possible. Online entry to the league opened through Cycling Ireland

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Stephen Kenny Reaction: ‘We had to work it out’

By Caoimhín Reilly Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny admitted his side had to ‘work’ St. Patrick’s Athletic out in Saturday’s 3-0 win at Oriel Park. St. Pat’s reverted to a 3-5-2

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Dundalk FC big winners at the FAI International Awards

Dundalk FC were big winners at the Three FAI International Football Awards in Donnybrook last night. Stephen Kenny’s side collected a Special Merit Award for their performances in Europe last