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Louth made their exit from the Leinster SFC after going down to Westmeath on a 3-14 to 0-16 scoreline in Drogheda yesterday.
Having trailed by just a point at the break, Colin Kelly’s side were left facing an uphill battle when the visitors grabbed two goals within six minutes of the restart through Callum McCormack and Shane Dempsey. 68 more words
Louth have named their side for Sunday’s Leinster Championship clash with Westmeath in Drogheda.
A number of players will be making their championship debuts including Anthony Williams, Bevan Duffy and Tommy Durnin while there will be first starts for Patrick Reilly, Darren O’Hanlon and James Stewart. 142 more words
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
It was a night to forget for the Louth U-21s as they were dumped out of the Leinster U-21 Football Championship at the quarter-final stage following a 1-17 to 1-4 hammering against Longford in Newtowncashel last night. 190 more words
Louth have named their side for Wednesday night’s Leinster U-21 Championship opener against Carlow at Clan na Gael Park.
Amongst those named in the side are current senior panellists James Stewart, Ryan Burns and Conor Grimes, all of whom featured in the Wee County’s recent victory over Clare in the National League. 73 more words