Tyrone camogs continue to make strides

By Niall Gartland PROGRESS has been the name of the game for the Tyrone camogs this season, and Saturday’s All-Ireland Premier Junior championship quarter-final against Cavan represents another big step in the right direction. Paul O’Grady’s side claimed the Division Four title and Ulster Junior honours earlier in the year – and in quite some […]

Tyrone camogs continue winning streak

By Niall Gartland CARA Little was one of the stars of the show on a memorable day out for the Tyrone camogs last Sunday, who annexed the Ulster Junior Championship title with a 3-15 to 2-5 victory over Down seconds. The Naomh Treasa player scored two spectacular goals on the day as Tyrone claimed their […]

Tyrone camogs guarding against complacency

By Michael McMullan TYRONE manager Paul O’Grady insists his side must guard against complacency ahead of Saturday’s league semi-final against Louth. It comes after the Red Hand County’s facile 5-19 to 0-3 win over the same opponents in their final group game. O’Grady, who also manages the Omagh hurlers, reflects on their game in Louth […]

Tyrone camogs face into a stiffer test

By Michael McMullan TYRONE manager Paul O’Grady will know more about his team’s credentials on Saturday afternoon. The Red Hands were comprehensive winners over O’Grady’s native Mayo on the opening weekend of action and now face Wicklow on Saturday at O’Neill’s Healy Park. O’Grady, who also manages the Omagh hurlers, moved to Tyrone – where his fiancée […]

New Tyrone camogs boss excited about season ahead

By Niall Gartland IT’S a new season for the Tyrone senior camogs and also a new era on the management front as Mayo native Paul O’Grady has been installed as manager of the team. O’Grady made the move up here a year or so ago and made an immediate impact on the hurling front, guiding Omagh St […]