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Dundalk's title and boxing medals - Louth’s 2014 sporting highlights

Also, Rob Kearney signed a new contract with the IRFU and there was a silver medal for cyclist Eve McCrystal.

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1. Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk won first League of Ireland title in 19 years

Stephen O'Donnell, Andy Boyle and teammates raise the SSE Airtricity trophy Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

2. Tributes flowed for one of Louth’s greatest players, Paddy Keenan, who retired after 12 years playing for the Wee County

Paddy Keenan Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

3. Rob Kearney ain’t going anywhere after signing new IRFU contract

Rob Kearney Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

4. Joanna Lambe represented Ireland at World Boxing Championships

Michaela Walsh and Joanna Lambe Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

5. Gary O’Hanlon smashes Irish 50k record and registers second fastest time in Europe

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6. Hurler Andrew McCrave won a Nicky Rackard Champions 15 award

GAA GPA All-Star Awards 2014 Sponsored by Opel Source: SPORTSFILE

7. Silver medal for Eve McCrystal at World Paracycling Championships

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8. 17-year-old Amy Broadhust scooped silver medal at the European Youth and Junior Boxing Championships

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9. Sean O’Mahony’s win the Leinster Intermediate Football Championship

A general view of a ball being placed Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

10. And they celebrated in style by descending on Louth County Hospital en masse to visit John O’Brien with the silverware

Source: joedotie/YouTube

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