Burns hoping for a perfect finale

By Niall Gartland WHETHER it’s with club or county, Pomeroy skipper Frank Burns will give his utmost for the cause. Tyrone’s All-Ireland campaign ended earlier than any of us would have liked with a bruising last-eight defeat to Kerry, but there was never any questioning of slackening off as Burns returned to his club duties with […]

Cathal McShane set to miss Armagh match through injury

CATHAL McShane is unlikely to play any part in Tyrone’s Saturday night clash with Armagh, according to joint-manager Brian Dooher. The Owen Roes forward missed the tail-end of Tyrone’s Division One campaign due to injury and he has yet to make it back to full fitness. While he was named on the subs’ bench for […]

Effort of Red Hand players can’t be faulted says Dooher

By Niall Gartland TYRONE joint-manager Brian Dooher said he “couldn’t fault” the application of his team during their narrow defeat away to Galway last Saturday in Salthill. Pádraic Joyce’s side led for practically the entirety of the game and had the benefit of an extra man following the first-half sending off of Frank Burns, but Tyrone […]

Burns hails impact of the new recruits

By Alan Rodgers TYRONE stalwart Frank Burns has hailed the impact of their new recruits ahead of Saturday week’s Ulster Championship quarter-final at home to Monaghan. It had all been looking so negative for the Red Hands as three losses from four saw them in a battle for survival. But the victories over Kerry, Monaghan […]

Burns delighted as Tyrone get back on track

By Alan Rodgers ONE winning performance has catapulted Tyrone onto a more positive framework in their battle against the dreaded drop from the top flight of the National League. It’s a survival bid which is set to reach a critical juncture during the coming weeks. First up, there’s a crucial clash with Monaghan at Clones […]