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EMMY AWARD FOR NOAH MEDIA’S JIMMY HASTY FILM

Noah Media’s documentary about Dundalk FC legend Jimmy Hasty was awarded with a Sports Emmy in New York on Tuesday evening. ‘One-Armed Wonder: The Extraordinary Story of Jimmy Hasty’ was nominated in the Outstanding Short Documentary category, along with works by NFL Films, MSG and ESPN. The 27-minute film, which was released last April, [...]

By |May 22, 2024|0 Comments

2008: STATION ROAD, KILDARE!

Dundalk supporters have enjoyed some incredible moments over the past decade. Far too many to list here. Think of the moment the final whistle blew against Cork City in 2014, bringing our 19-year wait for a league title to an end, Richie Towell’s strike against the Leesiders at the Aviva Stadium in 2015, a [...]

By |November 14, 2023|0 Comments

TOMMY MCCONVILLE: TEN YEARS GONE

Ten years ago today, the great Tommy McConville sadly passed away at the age of 67. One of our club and town's most iconic figures, Tommy Mac wore the Dundalk shirt on 580 occasions - a club record - during a career that spanned three decades at Oriel Park, starting in 1964 and ending [...]

By |October 25, 2023|0 Comments

TOMMY MCCONVILLE: DUNDALK’S GREATEST EVER

It’s 10 years ago since the great Tommy McConville, one of Dundalk FC’s favourite and most famous sons, sadly passed away. As part of our 'Remembering Tommy Mac' series, we take a look back at club historian Jim Murphy's tribute to a man who played an incredible 580 times for the Lilywhites, spanning three [...]

By |October 25, 2023|0 Comments

IN HIS OWN WORDS: TOMMY MCCONVILLE

It’s 10 years ago since the great Tommy McConville, one of Dundalk FC’s favourite and most famous sons, sadly passed away. As part of our 'Remembering Tommy Mac' series, we take a look back at Tommy's interview with Joe Carroll in August 2012 for the Dundalk Democrat's 'Will You Answer The Questions Please' column. [...]

By |October 25, 2023|0 Comments

1989: BARRY KEHOE’S TESTIMONIAL

On Monday, June 5th 1989, a crowd of 6,000 people, along with some of the biggest names in football, packed into Oriel Park to pay tribute to one of the town’s favourite sons, Barry Kehoe. In this article, first published in 2019, Gavin McLaughlin takes a look back at a memorable night and the [...]

By |October 19, 2023|0 Comments
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