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Louth manager Colin Kelly who guided his side to victory in the Leinster GAA Senior Football Championship first round clash against  Carlow yesterday. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

History has a habit of repeating itself where Louth are concerned and Saturday’s huge haul of 2-24 was their largest championship tally since puttin(...)

Louth left their best ‘till late again on Saturday in Portlaoise to see off Carlow. Photograph: Inpho

Louth 2-24 Carlow 3-11 An intriguing battle Royal with Meath awaits for Louth who finished strongly for the second game running to claim a slightly f(...)

Offaly’s Shane Dooley’s scored 1-10 for his team against Carlow. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

Offaly 1-17 Carlow 2-11 A paltry attendance of 950 people watched Offaly dig deep to just about edge Carlow for a desperately needed win in the Leins(...)

Kilkenny held on against Carlow at Dr Cullen Park to reach the Leinster U’21 hurling final. Photograph: Inpho

Kilkenny 2-14 Carlow 2-12 Carlow Under-21 hurlers put in a storming second half display, outscoring hot favourites Kilkenny 2-4 to 0-5 in a rousing Bo(...)

Carlow 2-15 Laois 4-7 Not since they beat Laois in O’Moore Park five years ago had Carlow scored a goal in the championship or won a game but l(...)

Laois’ Tom Shiel shoots to score his side’s third goal againt Carlow in their Leinster senior championship round one, Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow, on Saturday. Photograph: Inpho

Laois’ footballers will have learned little from this crushing 17-point victory over neighbours Carlow in this Leinster SFC first-round tie at Dr Cull(...)

Former All Star Colm Browne was manager of Laois back in 1995. Photograph: Tom Honan\Inpho

Tomorrow evening in Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow and Laois will be among the first counties to get the 2015 Leinster football championship under way.(...)

John Meyler: says current structures aren’t serving the development of hurling. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Appointing retired players from successful counties to mentor teams is among the measures the GAA needs to consider for the development of hurling.Jo(...)

Westmeath’s Brendan Murtagh: his goal after  a quarter of an hour elapsed in the second half was key to his side’s victory over Carlow in Mullingar. Photograph: Inpho

Westmeath 2-19 Carlow 2-17 A brilliant goal from Brendan Murtagh in the 50th minute proved to be the decisive score as Westmeath eked out a deserved (...)

Wicklow’s Conor McGraynor scored two points as his team drew with Carlow. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Carlow 0-9 Wicklow 0-9The Carlow footballers remain unbeaten in Division Four of the Allianz Football League - but only after a close-in Wicklow free (...)

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