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BoyleSports staff member Brian Murphy to walk from Dundalk to Clonmel in aid of six charities

Local BoyleSports staff member Brian Murphy is preparing to walk from Dundalk to Clonmel next month in aid of six charities. Brian will set off from Dundalk on February 1st

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Lucky Louth Lotto punter wins €17,000

A lucky Louth Lotto punter hit the jackpot on Friday, seeing a combined windfall of €17,108 scooped. The first, most profitable punter placed their Lotto bets in one of BoyleSports’

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Revenues at BoyleSports approaching €1.5 billion a year

Revenues at Dundalk-based bookmaker firm BoyleSports are now approaching €1.5 billion a year, fuelled by growth in its online mobile platform and further expansion of its retail operation. John Boyle,

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BoyleSports continuing expansion into Northern Ireland

Dundalk-based bookmakers BoyleSports are continuing their expansion with the acquisition of two more bookies in Northern Ireland. According to a report in today’s Belfast Telegraph, BoyleSports have bought premises in

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BoyleSports given the go ahead to revamp car park of Dundalk HQ

Bookmakers BoyleSports have been given the go ahead to revamp the car park at their headquarters at the Finnabair Industrial Estate off the Inner Relief Road. The betting firm have

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BoyleSports proceed with plans to expand car park at Dundalk HQ

Bookmakers BoyleSports are proceeding with plans to revamp the car park at their headquarters at the Finnabair Industrial Estate off the Inner Relief Road. As revealed by Talk of the

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BoyleSports planning revamp of car park at Dundalk HQ

Bookmakers BoyleSports are planning a revamp of the car park at their headquarters at the Finnabair Industrial Estate off the Inner Relief Road. The betting firm are hoping to carry

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Fane Sioux through to third round of BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby

Fane Sioux, owned by Kilkerley man Martin Sharkey, will progress to the third round of the BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby after finishing third in the second round heat in a

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Local punter scoops €66,000 from €2 bet on Euromillions with BoyleSports

A local punter secured a massive €66,000 from a €2 bet on last night’s Euromillions. The person, who wishes to remain anonymous, placed their bet with BoyleSports on the four

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Four local greyhounds progress to second round of BoyleSports’ Irish Greyhound Derby

Three greyhounds owned by Gyles Quay man Larry Dunne have progressed into the second round of the BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby after competing well in the opening round. Slippery Louise

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Louth Rose Aoife will have to upset the odds to bloom in Tralee

Louth Rose Aoife Heffron will have to upset the odds if she wants to become the first person from the Wee County to claim the Rose of Tralee International title

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Five of Dundalk’s best greyhounds to compete in BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby

Some of the area’s fastest greyhounds are to compete in the BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby later this week. Three greyhounds – Slippery Billy, Slippery John and Slippery Louise – owned

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Wee County has biggest concentration of betting shops in the country

Co Louth has more betting shops per capita than any other county in Ireland. New figures published today by The Irish Bookmakers’ Association reveals that there are 862 betting shops

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Louth Rose Aoife Heffron to host send off party in The Rum House on Friday

Louth Rose Aoife Heffron will host a send off party in The Rum House in Park Street this Friday night from 9.30pm. You are invited along to bid farewell to

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Top job in BoyleSports stays in the family as Conor Gray named new CEO

The top job in BoyleSports is set to remain within the family. Talk of the Town reported last month how John Boyle was set to step down as chief executive