Tyrone’s McGeary hopes to make a hasty return

By Alan Rodgers FORMER Footballer of the Year Kieran McGeary has overcome enough obstacles during a glittering career for Tyrone not to be too concerned about the injury which ruled him out of last weekend’s All-Ireland win over Cork. Just moments were left until the throw-in when the Pomeroy clubman sustained an injury in the warm-up. […]

The Dubs are the kingpins says McGeary

By Alan Rodgers A FIRST clash for Tyrone against the All-Ireland champions Dublin in Croke Park for five years will provide the Red Hand team in transition with the ideal chance to test their current status as this 2024 National League campaign reaches its conclusion. On that occasion in 2019 Tyrone recorded a marvellous 1-14 to […]

Short turnaround isn’t ideal says Dooher

By Niall Gartland BRIAN Dooher is mindful of the quick turnaround facing his players before Saturday evening’s Division One league clash at home to Mayo. Tyrone felt the brunt of a disappointing one-point to defeat to Galway on Sunday, amplifying the significance of their second game against Connacht opposition in successive weekends. The Red Hands […]

A decade of the best

With the 2023 PwC GAA/GPA All-Stars taking place at the RDS on Friday evening, Niall McCoy looks at the last 10 Footballers of the Year 2022: David Clifford (Kerry) KERRY’S long wait, well long by their standards, for Sam was ended thanks mostly to the individual brilliance of the Fossa genius. Finalists Galway had two […]

Ballybofey bout could revive Tyrone’s campaign – McAliskey

By Niall Gartland TYRONE will head into the bearpit of Ballybofey with their championship campaign firmly on the line this Saturday, but Connor McAliskey believes they have what it takes to book their place in the last eight of the All-Ireland. The former Tyrone sharpshooter recognises that the team is yet to reach the heights […]

Sparks expected to fly

All-Ireland SFC Round 2 TYRONE v ARMAGH Saturday, O’Neill’s Healy Park, 7pm (Live on RTÉ) By Niall Gartland Advertisement ARMAGH dumped reigning All-Ireland champions Tyrone out of the race for Sam with surprising ease this time last year, but the feeling is that the gap between the two teams has been not just narrowed but […]

McGeary keen to add to his résumé

AMID the pandemonium of last year’s thrilling Ulster Final climax, Kieran McGeary can barely recall his injury-time point which effectively brought the Anglo Celt title back to Tyrone. He’s not the only one. Sean Cavanagh and Peter Harte’s pivotal late scores were widely acclaimed as two of the best of 2016, but Tyrone fans could […]