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Caradon Hill heritage project ‘leaves a lasting legacy’

As published in the Western Morning News on Tuesday 25 March 2014

Supporters of a heritage project say its conservation and heritage work in South East Cornwall will have a lasting legacy for future generations. 449 more words

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Louth secure Division 3A status despite Donegal defeat

Louth completed their National Hurling League Division 3A campaign with a 2-15 to 1-15 defeat at home to Donegal on Sunday.

The result means that last week’s win was the only one recorded by the Wee County in the 2014 league season but despite yesterday’s defeat they can take a number of positives from the game. 193 more words


Hurlers finally off the mark with victory over Longford

Louth moved off the foot of the Allianz National Hurling League Division 3A thanks to a 3-11 to 1-10 win over Longford on Sunday afternoon. 252 more words


Louth make three changes for Galway clash

Louth have made three changes to their side for Sunday’s crunch National League Division Two clash with Galway in Drogheda.

Coming into the side following the defeat to Monaghan last weekend are Brian Donnelly, Patrick Reilly and Stephen Campbell, who will be making his first league start against the Tribesmen. 151 more words


Louth v Monaghan fixture details revealed

The details of Louth’s National Football and National Hurling League ties against Monaghan on Sunday have been revealed.

The Wee County’s hurlers will take on their neighbours in Aughnamullen at 12 noon. 36 more words


MARCH-ing on together

All four codes were out at training yesterday evening. And so was the camera.

One glance across the VUB pitches at about 8pm last night would have told you enough about the strength of Belgium GAA not just as a sporting club, but as a GAA community. 220 more words


Hurlers lose out to Fermanagh

Louth aspirations of making the National Hurling League Division 3A play-offs suffered a setback on Sunday when they lost out away to Fermanagh on a 5-13 to 2-12 scoreline. 242 more words