By Shaun Casey OMAGH manager Paul O’Grady may have some homework to do on this weekend’s opponents, but he knows all too well what he’ll face from the man that stands in the opposite corner having come up against him numerous times in the past. St Eunan’s boss Kevin Kelly is a familiar face for […]
By Niall Gartland THE prestigious Tyrone Club Championships are set to be illuminated in more ways than one with the installation of new state-of-the-art floodlights at O’Neill’s Healy Park. Tyrone’s flagship stadium regularly hosts floodlit championship matches, including a number of recent county finals, but the lighting system has started to degenerate in recent years […]
In a relatively short playing career that spanned just over a decade with Omagh St Enda’s and Tyrone, Donal McSorley achieved more success than many could ever dream of. The Eskra native recently turned 95 but his memories of a glittering football career are so sharp it’s as if they were just yesterday. He secured […]
By Niall Gartland NEWLY appointed Omagh, St Enda’s manager Lenny Harbinson says he intended taking a step back from management this season, but was persuaded to change his mind and is looking forward to his first foray into Tyrone club football. Harbinson led his native St Gall’s to their crowning achievement of an All-Ireland club title […]
Omagh, St Enda’s man Liam Grugan talks about his battle with cancer.
Joe McMahon was unhappy with how his club was treated in 2017.
The Tyrone Senior Football Championship was full of drama at the weekend.