Dundalk Institute of Technology
The DkIT Dundalk 10k and 5k Fun Run takes place on the evening of April 25th 2017 so that still gives you plenty of time to train. Register for the race here: http://www.dundalk10k.com/ DKIT Sport
Want something to do on your lunch break? Why not visit our Multi Purpose Centre (MPC) right beside the DKIT Sport office to partake in an activity of your choice.
Visit our Multi Purpose Centre (MPC) right beside the DkIT Sports & Socs office to partake in an activity of your choice.
The Student Survey is one of the best ways for students to let the Government know what is and isn't working well in education today! Here's some stats from the 2015 Survey. Have YOU completed the Student Survey yet? http://studentsurvey.ie/
Martial Arts Schools of Fitness - Dundalk
New to Dundalk. Children's MMA. Enroll today with special online price and save €10. Classes start 7th of March.. Two classes a week. Tuesday and Thursday 5pm Sign up via the link classes are for ages 7yrs and up https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=B564DCSFGC7LE
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New to Dundalk. Children's MMA. Enroll today with special online price and save €10. Classes start 7th of March.. Two classes a week. Tuesday and Thursday 5pm https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=B564DCSFGC7LE
Coming Soon to Dundalk Mas-F - Children's MMA - Safe - Fun - and it will include our bully prevention program. More details to follow soon.
Dundalk Dog Rescue
** URGENT APPEAL - FOSTER HOME REQUIRED ** This is Sid - he is 12 weeks old and currently in kennels... this is no place for a vulnerable pup .. So we are looking for a foster home to care for Sid and put in the basic training which is vital at this age. If you are a home with someone around most of the day - don't mind a few "accidents", some chewing but most importantly lots of play time and cuddles - then please get in touch - we will provide everything xxx
Minx has some news to share .... watch this space ......
Wonderful news - foster has been secured for Merlin Thank you so much everyone for sharing Merlin's appeal. He is in emergency foster with DDR volunteer Jutta tonight and will make his way to his foster family tomorrow. He was groomed today by Tara - mega thanks to Dog Eclipse for looking after this boy. His skin is bad. He is so thin - skin and bones. 😞But a safe and secure environment will soon remedy that. Merlin is booked to see the vet tomorrow to get checked out. So please keep him in your thoughts. We will share updates as we get them. We desperately need and rely on financial support to continue to provide the care for dogs like Merlin xxx #dundalkdogrescue #adoptdontshop #dontbuyloverescueit #rescuedog
Don't forget you're all welcome to join us on 17-Mar in the Dundalk St. Patrick's Day parade.
Friday 24th February First horse race of 8 commences at 5.30pm with 8 greyhound races thereafter from 9.30pm! Thanks to the following of our Business Club members who sponsor the 8th meeting of the 2017 season: Esther McGahon, McGuinness & Co. Solicitors Elusive Pimpernel Irish National Stud Anglo Printers CBE Monasterboice Inn Ready Mixed Concrete (Irl) Ltd
First Greyhound Race kicks off tonight at 7.50pm approx Champions Restaurant dining package still available. Call +353 (0) 42 933 4438 ext. 1 or email email@example.com
Dual Racing Tonight Friday 17th February First race 5.30pm Greyhound weigh in between 8.20pm and 8.50pm.
Friday 17th February First horse race of 8 commences at 5.30pm with 8 greyhound races thereafter from 9.30pm. Thanks to the following of our Business Club members who sponsor the 7th meeting of the 2017 season: Fast Shipping Ireland Ltd Print Express Contract Floor Coverings Ltd Carrickdale Hotel GAIN Horse Feeds Elusive Pimpernel Irish National Stud Racing Post
Dundalk R.F.C (Official)
Some snaps from today's Towns Cup match v Enniscorthy
A great weekend for **GIRLS RUGBY** continues for Dundalk RFC when U15 girls travelled to Athy to play no. 2 on the division 2 Leinster League table. At half time the score was 5-5 with the game wide open for any team to take the game. The Dundalk girls stepped up to the plate and put on an incredible display of strong defensive tackling and aggressive attacking rugby finding the space and running in a further 8 tries and 6 conversions. Final score 57-5 !!! with Dundalk girls now going 6 points clear at top of the Leinster div 2 leader board!! Truly this is #GIRLSPOWER at its best. Well done girls 👏🏻🙌🏻🌟👍🏻🏉
One of U12 Sharks tries today against Mullingar.
The Dundalk U12 Sharks welcomed their Mullingar counterparts to the Mill Road on Saturday morning. The soft underfoot conditions couldn't thwart the teams as both sets of players served up a masterful morning's rugby. The Sharks' head count of players totalled a very healthy twenty seven players who were then split into two even teams. The Black Sharks were slow out of the blocks in their first match but some sturdy scrummaging from Enda Dooley and Calume Lambe soon steadied the ship. Liam O Connor imperiously marshalled his backline and soon the direct running of Daniel Gregory and Bobby McCaul began to pay dividends. Although Mullingar edged the physicality stakes in the pack, they couldn't cope with the power of Jack Mullen. Continually his lung-bursting surges ripped holes in the visitors defence and Euan McArdle was the chief benefactor when he notched a couple of tries. The lads maintained their momentum into their second match with Charlie Irwin and Ewan Kelly leading the charge with fantastic runs. Jacob Dunlevy was at his sniping best as he kept the Mullingar defence on their toes all morning. The set piece purred like a well oiled engine with Oran Rafferty leading from the pivotal hooker position. Move of the match came when beautiful and very clever interplay from Donal Lavery and Ben Cahill unleashed Jake Kenny who essentially rounded the opposition's entire defence before touching down under the posts for a great score that had both sets of supporters in rapturous applause. The White Sharks were in their groove right from the off as debutant Cian Jones and the returning Tomas McShane put Mullingar under pressure. Cian McGuinness and Conor Whyte provided the 'grunt' upfront as they gained countless turnovers for their team. Con O Sullivan continues to develop and put in another very hard working performance from the second row position. From early on in the match, Ryan Martin resembled a 'human muckball' as he was seen continually burrowing into rucks and mauls to steal the ball. As Mullingar attempted to rally late in the match, Fionn Connolly's coolness under pressure allowed the Dundalk lads to play out the remainder of the match in the right areas of the field. The second match was a real ding dong of a battle as both sides scored some wonderful tries. The Sharks had both Ryan Duffy and Eamon Donnelly to thank as they crunched the visitors on more than a couple of occasions with thunderous tackles. Michael 'Van der Flier' Carroll was at his scorching best as he blitzed a few tries that neither team mates, opponents nor the referee could keep up with. Eoin Purton continued his rampaging form with some trademark runs where Max Valentine continues to evolve into a top class performer with some powerful forays up the park. The lads finished the match in style when a great turnover ball by the forwards was eventually fed to DD Reilly who threw the most preposterous dummy that not only bambozzled the defence, it also had half the crowd in attendance falling over.... Both Dundalk teams excelled very well and hopefully they can continue their good form into next week's match against Ashbourne. Credit has to go to all the parents who provided sandwiches and buns etc as our visitors were highly complimentary in the hospitality shown to them.