Marathon-man Gary smashes Irish 50k record
DUNDALK 3rds travelled to Navan on Friday night and despite the inclement weather throughout that day, the rain pretty much held off for the game.
DUNDALK U-11a took on Newry RFC on a wet muddy Sunday morning.
IRISH Greyhound Derby winner 'Slippery Robert' will be parading at Dundalk Stadium on Friday night. The locally owned dog won the ETS Derby worth €125,000 to the winner in September 2013 for Jenkinstown's Larry Dunne.
GIOVANNI Boldini brought smart form into the feature Irish Stallion Farms EBF Star Appeal Stakes at Dundalk and Aidan O'Brien's colt disposed of his rivals without being asked a serious question.
THE revival of darts in the town is having a knock on effect with a number of youth players, with the CLDO holding yet another Louth Youth trial in the Commercial Club last Sunday
CUCHULAINN Cycling Club is hosting a Trails Day mountain bike spin for anyone interested in trying out mountain biking, getting familiar with local trails and enjoying some breath-taking scenery.
SOME of the best badminton players in the country will compete for the Louth Centenary Open this weekend in the Badminton Hall, Ramparts Road.
FOR the first time this season a cold breeze cut through the fans and players alike as Dundalk took to the field against a Clondalkin a side who arrived at Mill Road just three points off their hosts in third place.
THE early 10am kick-off seemed to catch Boyne cold as Dundalk put this U-17 clash to bed inside the opening 20 minutes.
DUNDALK U9s welcomed DLSP to Mill Road on Sunday morning to kick off their Metro League campaign.
DUNDALK 3rds suffered a heavy defeat to Ashbourne on Friday night.
THERE was a real drby atmosphere in the air at Mill Road on Friday night as the amalgamted Ardee/Dundalk took on local rivals Boyne under lights.
THE all-conquering and undefeated Dundalk Sharks kicked off the new season as under-10s in style on Friday under lights at Mill Road with an excellent hard fought victory over Boyne.
THE rapid growth of the Junction 18 martial arts was evident again last week when the club held its first in-house kickboxing competition.
A YOUNG Innsikeen swimmer is celebrating an Ulster title with a powerful Backstroke performance at the Ulster Minor Schools swimming Championship last week.
THE darts players of Dundalk and District League converged on the Avenue Inn last Thursday night for what was to be a very successful 2013/14 launch night.
GARDAI are investigating a fire at Dundalk Sports Centre in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
TWO local bus drivers were among fifteen coach drivers representing the Coach Tourism & Transport Council (CTTC) who received their certificates from Fáilte Ireland having completed a foundation in Guiding Skills, at a recent ceremony in Dublin. The programme was delivered to maintain and improve standards in the Coach Tourism industry and among the recipients were Damien Keenan and Harry Duffy, Matthews Coach Hire, Dundalk.
THE management of The Marshes Shopping Centre have promised that security will be reviewed after as many as 30 teenagers took part in a mass brawl outside Penney's on Saturday evening.
TEACHERS Nevan Finegan and Elizabeth Baily knew the answer to the most important question in their lives when they said 'I do' on Valentine's Day.
NINE-year-old Beth McMahon faced the chop when her Rapunzel-esque locks were severed – all for a good cause of course!
The reduction in the number of gardaí in Co. Louth has been highlighted by Sinn Fein TD Gerry Adams who has said that it is 'a cause for concern'.
FUNDING set aside for the ill-fated Narrow Water Bridge project should not be lost to the local area, Louth County Council heard this week.
COULD the new diesel marker – developed by an international chemical company – be the 'silver bullet' that revenue enforcement agencies on both sides of the border have been looking for and enough to put the gangster oil washers out of business?
A WOMAN who admitted stealing drink and other items from Dundalk stores had her cases adjourned for a probation report.
A KNOCKBRIDGE man who headbutted a stranger on Park Street for 'absolutely no reason' has pleaded guilty to assault causing harm.