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Louth to face Tipperary in first of triple header in Thurles on Saturday

Louth’s All-Ireland Qualifer clash with Tipperary has been confirmed for 2.45pm this Saturday in Semple Stadium in Thurles.

The game will be the first part of a triple header, featuring two hurling Qualifiers afterwards at 5pm and 7pm respectively. 44 more words

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Louth GAA underage championship draws 2015

The draw for the Louth GAA underage championships took place last night.

Holders the Newtown Blues, who clinched the Fr Larry Murphy Cup with a 4-15 to 1-5 victory over the Geraldines last September, have been drawn in Group 2 alongside St Fechins, the Oliver Plunketts and St Mary’s. 331 more words

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Cuchulainn Gaels hoping to build new clubrooms in Omeath

Louth’s youngest GAA club the Cuchulainn Gaels have applied for outline planning permission to build new clubrooms at their ground at Knocknagoran in Omeath.

The application to Louth County Council also includes a proposal for a new waste water treatment system and all associated works, with the local authority due to decide on the matter by June 16th. 13 more words

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Louth GAA to host open night next week

The Louth GAA team will hold an open night on Thursday May 7th at their centre of excellence in Darver.

The night, which gets underway at 7pm, is a chance for you to meet the players and to get your picture taken with them ahead of their championship match with Westmeath in Drogheda on May 17th.

All are welcome to attend.

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Louth hurlers paired with Armagh in Nicky Rackard Cup

Louth hurlers will face a tricky trip to face Armagh in the opening round of the Nicky Rackard Cup on Saturday May 2nd.

A victory in that game would put the Wee County into the semi-finals, while a defeat would leave them in the quarter-finals where they would most likely have a home tie. 19 more words

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Byrne suffers injury blow after AFL debut

Louth Village man Ciaran ‘Casey’ Byrne’s AFL career has suffered a blow after barely getting out of the starting blocks.

The 20-year-old made his debut for Carlton against Essendon last weekend and despite his side losing, he impressed coach Mick Malthouse after gathering nine disposals, one mark and two tackles in just over a quarter of football after coming off the bench. 105 more words

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Louth sweating on Division Three place after Armagh defeat

Louth lost out to Armagh on a 0-10 to 0-8 scoreline in the Athletic Grounds last night to leave them sweating on their status in Division Three heading into next Sunday’s final game at home to Limerick. 188 more words

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