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GREYHOUND PUNTERS ON NEW TRACK.

GREYHOUND fans in the north east will have to hare off to the Midlands due to the closure of the Dundalk track.

The Co Louth stadium, which is being replaced by a new facility, is to close on November 20 and punters will have to travel 60 miles to Mullingar in Co Westmeath.

More than pounds 2million has been spent on upgrading the track.

A spokesman said yesterday: "We will be delighted to welcome Dundalk greyhound followers and assure them of our hospitality."
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 7, 2000
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