Tag "Colin Kelly"
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
Allianz National Football League Division Three: Louth vs Armagh By Caoimhín Reilly While a game with Armagh is not hyped in a typical derby fashion, in comparison to when Louth
Allianz National Football League: Louth 2-10 1-11 Antrim By Caoimhín Reilly The ballot boxes may have closed in Ulster, but after the fourth count of results in Division Three Louth
NFL Preview: The votes have been counted, but will Louth still lead Division Three come Sunday evening?
By Caoimhín Reilly Louth vs Antrim really is a numbers game. Firstly, Sunday will be first time that Louth have played a team from outside Leinster this year, while
Allianz National Football League Division Three: Offaly 0-14 2-13 Louth By Caoimhín Reilly While Louth may not have a decorated history of producing great, championship winning, teams they do have
National Football League Division 3: Offaly vs Louth By Caoimhín Reilly Momentum is a precious, much sought after commodity in sport. Optimism is a virtue that few from the Wee
The Louth GAA Supporters’ Club are running a bus to the county’s National Football League Division Three game against Offaly in O’Connor Park in Tullamore this Sunday. The bus will
Last night’s scheduled EirGrid Leinster U-21 Football Championship clash between Wicklow and Louth in Baltinglass was called off at short notice due to an unplayable pitch. The game has been
By Caoimhín Reilly This round two years ago, Louth collected their first competitive victory under Colin Kelly with a six-point win over Clare. 29 games and 15 wins later
National Football League Division Three: Louth 0-11 0-10 Longford By Caoimhín Reilly, in the Gaelic Grounds. The small turnout at the Gaelic Grounds this afternoon witnessed a thrilling finale, but
National Football League Division Three: Louth vs Longford By Caoimhín Reilly While the victor of Sunday’s tussle in Drogheda will only be two-points better off in the Division Three standings,
By Caoimhín Reilly “Defeat brings a lesson, it gives a chance to rebuild, a chance to start again, with the knowledge of what does not work”