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Byrne pens new two year deal with AFL side Carlton

Former Louth GAA star Ciaran ‘Casey’ Byrne has signed a new two-year deal with AFL side Carlton.

The Louth Village man joined the Melbourne based side two years ago and made his AFL debut versus Essendon earlier this year. 138 more words


Marist father and Louth GAA historian Rev John Mulligan passes away

The death occurred yesterday evening, Saturday October 17th, of Rev John Mulligan SM, Marist Father and Club President of Dundalk Young Irelands GFC.

A local man, Fr Mulligan dedicated a lifetime to the Young Irelands and was elected Club President in 1978. 349 more words

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Louth boss Kelly adds to backroom team

Louth GAA manager Colin Kelly has made two additions to his backroom team ahead of the 2016 campaign.

Former Derry boss Paddy Crozier is joining up with the squad as a coach while well known athletics coach Gary O’Hanlon, who hails from Kilkerley, has been brought in to work with the players on fitness. 27 more words


Louth GAA Club Wall launched in Centre of Excellence in Darver

The Louth GAA Club Wall was launched at the Centre of Excellence in Darver last night.

The wall features the crests of all clubs in Co Louth, as well as the roll of honour in each of the club championships. 85 more words


Kelly ratified for second season as Louth boss

There will be no change of management in the Louth GAA structures for 2016.

Football boss Colin Kelly was last night ratified for a second season as Wee County manager, with County Board officials backing him to bounce back from a disappointing league campaign this year in which Louth were relegated to Division Four. 35 more words


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


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