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Louth Player Ratings vs Tipperary

By Caoimhín Reilly Louth secured promotion back to Division Two of the National Football League with a dramatic comeback win over Tipperary at Semple Stadium yesterday. Here’s how Talk of the

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What a difference two years makes as rampant Reds seal return to Division Two

Allianz National Hurling League Division Three: Tipperary 0-12 0-16 Louth By Caoimhín Reilly “What a difference two years makes,” said a jubilant Pádraig Rath walking off the hallowed turf of

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SSE Airtricity League Report: Rebels extend league lead with Sheppard double

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division: Cork City 2-1 Dundalk By Caoimhín Reilly It didn’t rain, but it poured for Dundalk at a sunny Leeside on Saturday afternoon. Karl Sheppard’s first-half

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NFL: Tipperary manager insists their 2015 drubbing of Louth will have little impact today

  By Caoimhín Reilly Tipperary manager Liam Kearns doesn’t feel that his side’s 23-point win over Louth in Thurles two years ago gives the Premier County an advantage heading into

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NFL Preview: Louth aiming to banish Thurles demons

By Caoimhín Reilly Like an amateur at the top of the Masters leaderboard, Louth travel to face league leaders Tipperary on Sunday knowing they are one successful shot away from

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SSE Airtricity League Preview: Has the balance of power shifted to Leeside?

  By Caoimhín Reilly “It’s an important game, of course it is and you can’t get away from that.” Stephen Kenny was dead-eyed in speaking with the press following last

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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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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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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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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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Gary Rogers: ‘It was important not to rush back’

By Caoimhín Reilly Having missed the opening weeks of the season through injury, Gary Rogers kept a clean sheet on his return to Dundalk’s starting XI on Saturday night. The

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NFL Report: Armagh kick their way to two league points in Drogheda

Allianz National Football League Division Three: Louth 0-11 3-15 Armagh By Caoimhín Reilly Outclassed may be slightly strong, but Louth were certainly made to look very ordinary this afternoon by

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Patrick McEleney: Form ‘down to being fitter’

By Caoimhín Reilly Fresh from scoring two wonder goals on Saturday night, Patrick McEleney has praised Dundalk’s medical staff for helping him over the recurrent injuries which ravaged his first season

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SSE Airtricity League Report: Patrick’s magic downs the Saints as Dundalk rediscover winning touch

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division: Dundalk 3-0 St. Patrick’s Athletic By Caoimhín Reilly Ancient mythology would have you believe that Patrick, prior to becoming a patron saint, was a guy