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 […]

Barry McConville: Playing the long game

Barry McConville is in his 23rd year of senior football with Cullyhanna as they aim to book an Ulster final place. He chatted to Michael McMullan about his career… YOU don’t need to be chatting to Barry McConville long before you realise why he’s in the throes of a 23rd season of senior football. There […]

Pomeroy braced for next big test says McElholm

By Niall Gartland POMEROY successfully navigated a treacherous path to Tyrone Intermediate Championship glory and they face another massive test when they take on St Patrick’s, Cullyhanna in their first provincial outing this Saturday evening at O’Neill’s Healy Park. Coach John McElholm recognises that there are parallels between the two clubs in terms of their […]

Cullyhanna braced for the Plunketts

STEPHEN Reel’s transition from player to manager was seamless and the once ferocious Cullyhanna full-back didn’t have long to mull over the decision. Someone needed to take the reins and drag the club through the predicted upcoming sticky period. Reel was handed the bainisteoir bib in 2019 and guided St Patrick’s to the last eight […]

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 […]

Captain hails Cavanagh’s sideline impact

By Oisin Duddy IT’S fair to say that Moy captain Declan Conroy is looking to this Saturday’s showdown in the Tyrone Intermediate Championship final against Pomeroy (O’Neill’s Healy Park, 6pm). The Moy, who haven’t won an Intermediate Championship since their Tyrone, Ulster and All-Ireland treble in 2017-18, will hope to deliver a performnance befitting of […]

McCreesh brothers play huge role in Red Hands latest triumph

THROUGHOUT his club playing career with Pomeroy Ollie McCreesh’s name always featured high on the scoring charts as he helped the Plunketts to Intermediate success at County and Provincial level. This year he reached the age to qualify to play Masters (over40s) football and after watching his brother Marty help win it last year he […]

Pomeroy are aiming high

Pomeroy are aiming high Pomeroy has made massive strides on and off the pitch in recent years – and they have no intention of stopping OUR GROUNDS New developments Advertisement at Páirc Phluinceid POMEROY has always been a club that has aimed high. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s the highest village in the north, […]