# Louth

This year
# Reports
O'Carroll seals Roscommon win on dream debut; Clare stun Louth in frantic finale
Roscommon ran out five-point winners against Tyrone in Dr Hyde Park, while Clare edged out Louth in dramatic circumstances in Ennis.
# Unhappy
'That's the integrity of the competition shot' - Offaly boss Kearns on O'Byrne Cup
Earlier this week, Louth opted not to play what would have been a dead rubber with Wexford.
All time
# We Hardly Knew ye
Louth's championship ending in June after one game is 'a bit sad really' - Mickey Harte
‘That’s not fair for the effort and work that people put in and I think it’s really hurting the less developed counties.’
# Keep the Faith
McNamee stars as Offaly enjoy thrilling extra-time win over Louth
John Maughan’s side will face Kildare next Sunday in the Leinster SFC quarter-final.
# surprise appointment
'Were we thinking we had a good chance? Probably not' - Inside Louth's shock move for Harte
Mickey Harte was announced as the new Louth manager last night.
# Covid Championship
'You'd be forgiven for thinking we all want to pack it in but I don't, I want to fight it out'
Inter-county GAA returned with the Cork and Louth managers grappling with a new reality yesterday.
# Rebel Rise
Cork hit 5-19 to clinch Division 3 league promotion with win over 12-man Louth
Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosted today’s game.
Louth GAA pay tribute after passing of All-Ireland winner from their last Sam Maguire success
Alfie Monk was part of the squad that defeated Cork in the 1957 decider.
Louth see off Meath in O'Byrne Cup and new Westmeath boss makes winning start
There was early season action in Leinster today.
# Five-Star
Costello bags 1-12 tally in Dublin's 26-point victory while O'Carroll makes comeback
The All-Ireland champions bagged five goals in a stunning attacking display against Louth.
0-5 for Thompson and McGonagle nets as Donegal come from behind to beat Meath
Elsewhere today Carlow and Westmeath drew while Louth defeated Laois.
# triple header
'You could see the young lads perking up': Laois v Louth league clash moved to Croke Park
Laois to lose home advantage for the Division 3 clash for breaching ‘club-only’ training rules.
# Back From Oz
Ciaran Byrne: 'The pain was crazy. I looked at my foot and it was facing the opposite way.'
After a year where he ended his AFL career and suffered a serious injury, Louth’s Ciaran Byrne is looking forward to 2019.
Tributes paid after the death of former Louth boss who won senior titles in 5 different counties
Paddy Clarke managed the Wee County between 1997 and 2001.
# Homeward Bound
Louth and Galway footballers move home as they bring AFL careers with Carlton to an end
It has been confirmed that Ciaran Byrne and Cillian McDaid have called time with the Melbourne based club.
# new man in charge
Louth become the latest county to fill senior football manager vacancy
Wayne Kierans was ratified at a meeting of the county board tonight.
# success
Louth claim first win since January at London's expense
The Wee County attack was in clinical form, registering only three wides.
# Bad to worse
Pete McGrath on taking Louth job: 'I have maybe made better decisions in my life'
He admitted it’s been “a pretty calamitous season” for the Wee County after they suffered a “complete implosion” against Carlow.
# next man up
Turlough O'Brien: 'We were confident we would deal with the loss of Brendan Murphy'
The Carlow manager was thrilled with his team’s performance against Louth yesterday.
# carlow rising
Carlow shake off Murphy absence with thrilling 11-point win over 14-man Louth
Turlough O’Brien’s side will take on Kildare in the last eight of the Leinster SFC.
# Young Dubs
Dublin hit 3-6 without reply in final quarter to defeat Louth in Leinster minor opener
Louth were leading after 45 minutes, but Dublin finished far stronger.
# Dominant
Tipperary footballers maintain promotion drive with 14-point win over Louth
Conor Sweeney scored 0-7 for the winners.
# Shake It Up
McStay makes 5 changes to Roscommon team for Sunday's league clash with Louth
The Rossies are bound for Drogheda this weekend.
# winning ways
Cork finish with 13 men but claim victory over Louth that puts them top of Division 2
Sean White and Cian Kiely netted for the Rebels.
# Ready to go
After a first league victory last weekend, 6 changes to Cork team to face Louth
Ryan Price, Sean Wilson, Conor Dorman, Cian Kiely, Kevin O’Driscoll and Michael Hurley all come into the side.
# Wrap
Pete McGrath's Louth defeat Kildare by 8 points, while late rally sees Meath past Carlow
Tadhg McEnaney scored two goals for the Wee County.
# Appointment
Louth announce shrewd appointment of Pete McGrath as new football manager
The 64-year-old takes over from Colin Kelly.
# sky blues
Dublin minors land first Leinster crown since 2014 with 13-point win over Louth
It was one-way traffic in Croke Park this afternoon.
# unsuccessful appeal
Louth's Ryan Burns handed 12-week suspension for hitting an umpire with a football
Burns has been banned for “minor physical interference with an umpire.”
# straight-forward
Meath waltz past Louth to claim first Leinster title at Croke Park since 2010
The Royals cruised to the nine-point victory in the Leinster junior final.
# Departure
Louth are searching for a new manager after Colin Kelly confirms his departure
Kelly led the Wee County to successive promotions in the league.
# preliminary round
Attacking firepower helps Louth past Wicklow in Leinster opener
Ryan Burns, Eoin O’Connor, Padraic Smith and Jim McEneaney hit 1-12 between them.
# preparation
Louth experiencing a number of hiccups in the build up to their Leinster opener on Sunday
Louth manager Colin Kelly wrote to the county board last week to express concern over aspects of the team’s set-up.
# Bouncing Back
A Christmas break at home in Louth got Byrne back on Aussie Rules track after torn cruciate
22-year-old Ciaran Byrne is close to recovery after last July’s setback.
# conor sweeney
'To see them celebrating at the final whistle, that feeling in your stomach was absolutely sickening'
Conor Sweeney hit 2-5 as Tipperary gained revenge on Louth.
# Chewing the fat
6 talking points as Tipperary and Westmeath deliver National Football League silverware
There was plenty to discuss from today’s double-header at Croke Park.
# Premier Power
Sweeney bags 2-5 as Tipperary claim Division 3 National Football League title at Croke Park
Goals proved the difference at Croke Park this evening.
Louth v Tipperary, Allianz Football League Division 3 final
There was national silverware on the line at Croke Park, and we went minute-by-minute.
# Crystal Ball Gazing
Poll: Who do you think will be crowned league champions in Croke Park today?
Louth, Tipperary, Wexford and Westmeath all chase victory.
# The Wee County
4 changes to Louth team for rematch with Tipperary in Division 3 football league final
Colin Kelly and Liam Kearns take their teams into action tomorrow in Croke Park.