‘Ricey’ hoping Dromore pick up momentum

By Barry O’Donnell RYAN McMenamin was a busy man last weekend. Hours after steering Dromore to an impressive eight-point victory over Dungannon in their opening league game of the season on Friday night, he was due to catch a ‘Red Eye’ flight Saturday morning to London in his role as part of the Cavan backroom […]

Effort of Red Hand players can’t be faulted says Dooher

By Niall Gartland TYRONE joint-manager Brian Dooher said he “couldn’t fault” the application of his team during their narrow defeat away to Galway last Saturday in Salthill. Pádraic Joyce’s side led for practically the entirety of the game and had the benefit of an extra man following the first-half sending off of Frank Burns, but Tyrone […]

Rising up the ranks: Cara McCrossan’s AFL journey

Tyrone native Cara McCrossan lived in Australia for years before trying her hand at Australian Rules football, but it didn’t take long to catch the eye of scouts and now she is about to line out in the premier AFLW leagues. Niall Gartland writes… IRISH men or women trying their hand at Australian Rules Football […]

Morgan enthused by new group stage format

By Barry O’Donnell DESPITE the mixed reactions to the new concept, Tyrone goalkeeper Niall Morgan confesses that he ‘loves’ the prospect of games, games and more games in the coming month as the All-Ireland Championship race gathers momentum. The Red Hands have been paired in Group 2 of the new look Sam Maguire Cup competition, […]

Tyrone name team for group stage opener against Galway

TYRONE have named their team to take on Galway in tomorrow’s All-Ireland group stage opener against Galway. There is one change from the team that came out second best to Monaghan in the first-round of the Ulster Championship last month, with Errigal Ciaran’s Joe Oguz coming in in place of 2021 Footballer of the Year […]

Galway team announced for the visit of Tyrone

GALWAY have named their team for the visit of Tyrone in the All-Ireland series on Saturday (5.15pm Pearse Stadium). There is a return for Paul Conroy who sat out the Connacht final win over Sligo as a precaution after picking up an impact injury in training. Aside from Eoghan and Patrick Kelly being outside the […]

Two fresh faces in Tyrone panel as U-20 stars drafted in ahead of championship opener

By Niall Gartland TWO of the leading members of Tyrone’s All-Ireland winning U-20 team of last year have been enrolled in the senior panel ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Championship opener against Monaghan. Trillick’s Seanie O’Donnell and Carrickmore’s James Donaghy, both of whom featured in the U-20’s ill-fated Ulster Championship opener against Down a fortnight ago, […]

Kilpatrick ready for Orchard test

By Alan Rodgers ALL the permutations surrounding relegation or deciding the National League final pairing will only be secondary to the fact that this latest clash of Tyrone against Armagh carries massive significance for both counties. Two wins on the trot mean that the Red Hands enter this round seven game in buoyant mood. Victory […]

Sláine McCarroll: Born to play

Sláine McCarroll was inspired by Tyrone’s All-Ireland win of 2008. Her career to date has brought success and injury heartache. Michael McMullan writes… TYRONE’S 2008 All-Ireland final win lit a fire in Sláine McCarroll that still burns bright. Within a decade, she was an All-Ireland winner at Croke Park and longs for another run out […]