McGarry hoping for rewarding finish

By Alan Rodgers TWO different outcomes are sitting in front of the Tyrone hurlers as their National League campaign reaches its climax with an absolutely critical match against Wicklow. It has been a mixed scorecard for the Red Hands so far, but the choices facing Stephen McGarry and his players are abundantly clear as they […]

Morgan hoping to maintain momentum

By Alan Rodgers A BIG reward of a top three finish is providing the ideal incentive for the Tyrone hurlers as their National League Division 2B campaign reaches a critical stage with what promises to be a fairly difficult away trip against London in Ruislip this weekend. Last year, the first-round victory over the Exiles […]

‘I happened to be right beside him as he struck it and my jaw dropped’

Ben Gormley (right) gives his thoughts on the players he has battled alongside… Name: Ben Gormley. Age: 24. Teams played for: Thomas Clarke’s, Eoghan Ruadh, Tyrone u-17 footballers, Tyrone hurlers u14 to seniors, Ulster u-17 hurlers and Academy MacRory. Advertisement Earliest GAA memory? Dad taking me to the 2005 All-Ireland final, where Tyrone beat Kerry […]

Promotion the target for Derry hurlers

By Niall Gartland JOHNNY McGarvey is hopeful of a more stable league campaign in his second year in charge of the Derry hurlers. They find themselves in Division 2B having suffered relegation last year, but they’ve had a much more productive pre-season under their belts as they look ahead to their season opener against Tyrone […]

Manager McGarry hoping for winning start

By Alan Rodgers A NEW season beckons for the Tyrone hurlers as their main aim continues to be the consolidation of the brilliant progress which has marked their performances in both the league and championship during the past few years. Last year, 2023, marked their first time in both the higher Division 2B and the […]

Grogan aiming to maintain provincial momentum

By Alan Rodgers ONE of the main targets which has eluded the Carrickmore hurlers in recent years is now within reach for them as they prepare for this weekend’s Ulster Intermediate semi-final against Creggan. Defeats in the early rounds of the competition have proved frustrating for the Éire Ógs. But, after an impressive win over […]

Omagh St Enda’s hurling boss facing familiar foe

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 […]

McGarry in line for Tyrone post

STEPHEN McGarry is set to make the step up to the position of Tyrone Senior Hurling manager subject to ratification from club delegates at the next monthly meeting of the County Committe. The Ballycastle native’s name has been put forward for approval by the County Board, and it’s expected that he will be rubberstamped as […]

McGurk hopes for positive finish

By Alan Rodgers PRIDE alone is at stake when the Tyrone hurling complete their inaugural Christy Ring Cup campaign with a home tie against London, which will see them bid to repeat the success over the Exiles of earlier this year. It was an emotional and exciting night in Dungannon when the Red Hands recorded […]