A Fairytale of Dundalk concert in aid of the North Louth Hospice will take place...
Louth have made four changes to their side for Sunday’s final Allianz Football League Division Two clash with neighbours Meath in Drogheda. Mick Fanning, Darren O’Hanlon, Bevan Duffy and Kevin
Louth will be playing in Division Three next season after yesterday’s 1-19 to 3-7 defeat to Donegal in Ballyshannon, coupled with Galway’s victory over Armagh, consigned them to relegation. The
Louth have made just one change to the side that drew with Galway a fortnight ago for this Sunday’s trip to face Donegal in Ballyshannon. Na Piarsaigh’s Gary O’Hare comes
The Louth GAA Supporters’ Club are running a bus to Donegal this Sunday March 30th. The bus will leave Drogheda at 9am and Dundalk at 9.30am. For further details or
Gardaí in Dundalk are living in fear that they could be murdered like their colleague Detective Adrian Donohoe, according to a report in today’s Irish Sun. In an interview with