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Annagassan man in third place in Yukon Arctic Ultra

Annagassan man Brian Bell is currently in third place in one of the world’s toughest races, the Yukon Arctic Ultra. Sponsored by Pugwash Bay – who run childcare facilities in

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Major announcement expected on Dundalk velodrome within days

Cuchulainn Cycling Club have revealed that they hope to make a “major announcement” about their planned Cycling Park and Velodrome “in the coming days.” In December Dundalk Town Council approved

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Bus organised for Dundalk fans travelling to Malone Cup clash with Drogheda on Friday

Dundalk FC take on neighbours Drogheda United in United Park next Friday in the annual Jim Malone Cup. The match will whet the appetite for the two sides’ league opener


Dundalk darts leagues on a knife edge

“All divisions are on a knife edge, the importance of a single leg cannot be underestimated. every double hit can have an impact on the league position of a team,”

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Work starts on €2m Dundalk Sports Centre redevelopment

The sod-turning and contract signing on the €2m Dundalk Sports Centre redevelopment today has been described as a landmark occasion for local government in the town. With Dundalk Town Council

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Tourism event planned for Dundalk Stadium

The Dundalk Tourism Committee are holding a fundraising and networking evening at Dundalk Stadium on Friday February 28th. The evening, which includes a horse and greyhound meeting, will see people


Kearney marks 50th cap with try in Ireland’s win over Scotland

It was a happy 50th cap for Ireland full back Rob Kearney as he scored Ireland’s third try in their 28-6 victory over Scotland at the Aviva Stadium yesterday. The


Louth let nine point lead slip as Armagh snatch late draw

Louth let a nine point lead slip against Armagh as they were held to a 0-16 to 1-13 draw by their neighbours in their Division Two league opener in Drogheda

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New website for Dundalk Young Irelands

Earlier this week the county’s oldest GAA club Dundalk Young Irelands unveiled a new look website. The site – – was designed by club registrar Alan Haughey and will

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Na Piarsaigh hoping to expand clubrooms

Local GAA club Na Piarsaigh are hoping to expand their clubrooms on the Rock Road. The town’s youngest club have recently applied to Dundalk Town Council for planning permission for

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Future of LifeStyle Sports in Dundalk under threat due to rent dispute

The future of Lifestyle Sports in the Marshes Shopping Centre in Dundalk is believed to be under threat after the sports retailer threatened to close the store in a dispute


Double delight for Kearney brothers after they are both selected for Scotland clash

Rob Kearney will win his 50th Ireland cap after being named at full back for Ireland’s Six Nations opener with Scotland in the Aviva Stadium on Sunday. The Willville man

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Mixed fortunes for local schools in finals

There was mixed fortunes for two local schools in their respective finals at Oriel Park on Wednesday. Dundalk Grammar School clinched the North East Senior League Division Two title with


Reilly drafted in for Louth debut in league opener

Patrick Reilly is the surprise inclusion in the Louth team for Sunday’s Allianz National Football League Division Two opener against Armagh at the Gaelic Grounds in Drogheda. The St Brides


Dundalk expected to add Ward to their ranks in the coming days

Dundalk FC are expected to add Keith Ward to their ranks in the coming days. The midfielder, who is in his second spell at the club, had played a part