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D.Y.I. Flag Day – Thursday 3rd of August.

D.Y.I. Flag day takes place on Thursday 3rd of aug. This is one of our main sources of income throughout the year and is of vital importance to help raise funds to develop our club. As a club member/player/parent we are asking you to give just two hours of your day to ensure we make this day as successful as possible. The times and locations to be covered will be drafted up over the weekend so we need to know your available times ASAP.

You can contact either Barry Mc Dermot 0872022470 Tony Hande 0868174083 Simon Flynn 0879039872 or any committee member with your availability (or the availability of someone on your behalf) Please do not ignore this message. Y.I.B.H.

Results and Fixture Lists

Round up of Results

Senior Team – Wednesday 26th July 2017

Dundalk Young Irelands 1-11 1-14 Na Piarsaigh Pairc Eire Og

Sunday 23rd July 2017 – CTI Business Solutions IFC Group 3

Dundalk Young Irelands 0-10 0-13 Naomh Fionnbarra

U16B Championship Group 2 – Monday 24th July 2017

Dundalk Young Irelands 2-5 7-3 Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire

Monday 17th July 2017 – The Argus/Drogheda Independent U12 Division 4

St Kevins 5-1 14-4 Dundalk Young Irelands

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AGM Monday 28th November 2016 at Páirc Éire Óg, commencing at 8.00pm.

Dundalk Young Irelands will hold their Annual General Meeting  on;

Monday 28th November 2016 at Páirc Éire Óg, commencing at 8.00pm.

Click the attached for the relevant forms sagm-letter dundalk-young-irelands-2016-agm-nomination-form letter-and-nom-agm-2016-r

Enclosed please find a Nomination / Motion Form (pdf and word format) which should be returned as soon as possible. Nomination forms will not be accepted after commencement of the AGM so please have your form completed on arrival for AGM.

Only fully registered members (paid or honorary) are entitled to vote. If only part of your membership subscription (from last year) is paid you are not entitled to vote unless you clear your arrears before-hand.

Kindly ensure that the people Nominated by you for positions on the Club Committee, as Officers or as Team Mentors, are aware they are being nominated and have given their approval for their names to go forward.

Agenda for meeting:

Chairman’s Address

Minutes 2015 AGM

Chairman’s Report

Treasurers Report

Secretary’s Report

Adult Football Report

Juvenile Report

Field Committee Report

Election of Officers

Other Business

 Is Mise

Gearoid O’Hanrachtaigh

Gerry Hanratty



Eire Og Dun Dealgan

086 3727340

Next Senior & Junior Match

Tuesday 23rd of August at 7pm the Junior team play in the Junior 2B Championship away to the O’Raghallaighs.

Friday 26th of August at 7pm the Senior play in Darver in the Quarter final of the intermediate championship.

Next Round of Matches

Under 18 Div 3 – 25th April 2016

Away to O’Connells throw in at 7pm in the Grove, Castlebellingham.

Seniors Div2 – 26th

At home against the St Josephs throw in at 8pm.

U16 Div 1 – 27th/04/2016

Away against St Marys in Pairic Mhuire, Ardee throw in at 7pm.

Junior Team Div 5 – 1/05/2016

At home against the Dreadnots throw in at 11:30am.



Club matches round up


The seniors won there away match  to Naomh Fionnbarra on Tuesday night. winning 2:07 to 2:09.

U14 – 14/04/16

The under 14 team also played Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire on Pairic Eire Og on Wednesday night unfortunately losing 5:13 to 2:03.

U12 – 15/04/16

The under 12 team played away against St Josephs which ended in a draw 2:03 to 2:03.

Junior Team – 17/04/16

The junior team played there first league match in division 5 at home to St Mochtas losing 1:09 to 1:11.

U18 – 20/04/16

The under 18 team played Cuchulainn Gaels at home and ran out winners with a score of 3:09 to 0:12.







Seniors 2nd round league win

The senior team fought back from a four point interval deficit to claim a 1-9 to 0-10 win over Hunterstown Rovers.

It was Hunterstown who had the benefit of the elements in the first half and although scores from Ryan Burns helped them lead by 0-7 to 0-3 at half time it didn’t look like a sufficient cushion at that stage.

The Dundalk men dominated the second half and gradually reduced the lead before Johnny Breen’s goal at the midway point proved decisive in handing his team victory.