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Blow for Louth as Maguire set to depart for USA

Louth have been dealt a huge blow ahead of next month’s Leinster Championship match with Wicklow in Parnell Park with the news that Derek Maguire is set to be unavailable


Tipperary deny Louth back-to-back league titles

There was to be no back-to-back National League titles for Louth on Saturday as the Wee County lost out in the Division Three final against Tipperary in Croke Park on


Louth name starting 15 for Division Three final against Tipperary

Louth have named their team to face Tipperary in this Saturday’s Allianz National Football League Division Three final in Croke Park. Colin Kelly has made two changes from the side


Division Three final to be broadcast live on TG4

This Saturday’s Allianz National Football League Division Three final between Louth and Tipperary in Croke Park will be broadcast live on TG4. The game has a 5pm throw-in. Colin Kelly’s


Louth footballer hits out over state of County Grounds

A senior member of the Louth senior football team has hit out at the County Board over its lack of investment in facilities in the county. Derek Maguire, the county’s

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Supporters’ Bus to Louth game in Croke Park on Saturday

The Louth GAA Supporters’ Club are running a bus to Saturday’s Allianz National League Division Three final between Louth and Tipperary at Croke Park. The bus will depart McKeown’s Pub


Louth fall to second home defeat of the season against Sligo

NFL Division 3 Louth 1-11 0-17 Sligo Sligo edged out Louth in what can be best described as a challenge match in Drogheda this afternoon. Despite being in front by four


Louth ring the changes for visit of Sligo

Louth manager Colin Kelly has made a number of changes to his side for this weekend’s final Division Three game against Sligo in Drogheda. With promotion already secured following victory


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


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


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


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


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


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


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