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Monday 29 May 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Louth GAA

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# Drama
O'Byrne Cup: Late goal earns Royals a draw
An injury-time strike from Paddy Gilsenan allowed Mick O’Dowd’s men to dodge defeat in Navan this evening.
# Done Deal
Morgan Fuels new sponsors of Louth GAA
The former Armagh GAA sponsors are now set to be involved with the Leinster county for the next three years.
# Done Deal
It's official: O'Rourke named new Louth manager
The former All-Star has been appointed to the position on a two-year term.
Leinster Club GAA Round-Up
There were key matches in seven counties in the eastern province over the weekend.
# finals
Football decider showdowns in Louth, Wexford and Wicklow
There are three county senior titles down for decision in Leinster tomorrow.
# Final Prize
Louth SFC, Westmeath SFC and Wicklow SFC semi-final showdowns
There were county senior football final places on offer in the Wee County, the Lake County and the Garden County over the weekend.
# Last Four Battles
Club Call: Leinster – Louth SFC, Westmeath SFC, Wexford SFC and Wicklow SFC
The semi-final stage has been reached in four county senior football championships in Leinster with finalists to be determined this weekend.
Peter Fitzpatrick steps down as Louth football manager
The Wee County legend, elected a Fine Gael TD in 2011, has decided not to seek another term as manager.
# Capital Talk
Gilroy pulling the strings on Brogan's star turn
After bouncing back to championship action with 2-5 on Sunday, Dublin star Bernard Brogan says he owes his improvement to manager Pat Gilroy.
Gaelic football: 5 things we now know after the weekend's action
Ewan MacKenna reckons one of those in the Sunday Game studio ‘completely embarrassed’ themselves yesterday.
# Review
GAA wrap: Dubs outclass Louth, Leitrim pip London
Meanwhile, Wexford and Longford are set for a replay, while Down have progressed at the expense of Fermanagh.
Dublin v Louth, Leinster SFC Quarter-Final
All Ireland champions Dublin embarrassed Louth in a massacre at Croke Park, dominating the first half and easing off after the break. We had all the live action and analysis.
# Championship 2012
Dublin v Louth: A glimpse of the future is all that's worth watching
Paddy Keenan’s ball-winning against Dublin’s ability to turnover will be interesting, but little else will be in a stroll in the park for the All Ireland champions.
# Betting
You betcha! Check out the top three wagers of the GAA weekend
Having escaped from the office with €100 of our money, Ewan MacKenna spends the summer betting it wisely and promising us a profit via his three tips a week.
# Championship 2012
Louth change one for Dubs test
Peter Fitzpatrick has recalled Dessie Finnegan in defence for Sunday’s Croke Park clash with the All-Ireland champions.
# Championship 2012
Gilroy plays strong hand for Dubs opener
Bernard Brogan is set for his first competitive start of 2012 in Sunday’s Leinster SFC quarter-final against Louth.
# SFC 2012
Round-Up: Wins for Donegal, Longford, Louth and Limerick
It was a busy day of Championship football up and down the country, with Cavan no match for the Ulster champions.
# Flutter
You betcha! Check out the top three wagers of the GAA weekend
Ewan MacKenna pencils in a handy treble ahead of the first real championship weekend of the year.
# Overturned
Home improvement: Monaghan win their appeal against CHC punishment
Sunday’s NFL Division 2 game between Monaghan and Louth will take place in Clones as originally scheduled.
# Violence
Two Louth fans found guilty of assaulting referee
A judge will sentence the pair, who attacked Martin Sludden at Croke Park in 2010, later today.
# Team news
Round 2: Allianz National Football League previews
After last weekend’s opening set of fixtures, there are several more big ones in the NFL this evening and tomorrow afternoon.
# Old Foes
Preview: Allianz National Football League opening weekend
Saturday evening marks the start of the 2012 campaign and we’ve got team news from around the country.
# Sport Never Sleeps
Outsiders get a look-in as big guns paired off in 2012 Championship draws
The 2011 season is barely over – and the 2012 championship draws have already been done. So who did your county get?
# Virals
YouTube top 10: because one GAA backheel isn't enough
With some more GAA backheel magic, synchronised marching and Alex Ferguson getting intimate with a reporter, this week’s 10-video countdown is a mix of the current and the classic.
# Mop-up
GAA mop-up: No rub of the green for Meath, as Cork set up classic decider
Cork and Kerry will meet in the Munster decider, a well-oiled Kildare overcome Meath, and the lower tier hurling championships wrap up at HQ.
# Political Football
Political football: sports people who turned to politics
It’s not such a big leap really…
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Munster wait on injury update, one Irish winger could be heading back to where it all started and Cork name their hurling captain.
# review2010
2010 in review: July
Ivor Callely and Martin Sludden compete to become Ireland’s biggest public enemy, while eight are killed in a Donegal car crash.
# All-Stars
Louth at least win an All-Star - but Cork's forwards are snubbed
Midfield rock Paddy Keenan wins the Wee County’s first All-Star – but why ignore the All-Ireland winning forwards?
Kildare and Dublin march on to the quarter-finals
GAA president: We'll ban pitch-invading fans for life
Christy Cooney says the association will get tough on post-match incursions.