Clonoe learning lessons from skills challenges


TAKE a nosy at Clonoe O’Rahilly’s Facebook page and you’ll see video after video of young kids performing skills challenges during this unprecedented period of societal lockdown. The club’s Health and Wellbeing Officer Louise Hughes says that it’s having a multitude of positive effects – some of which you mightn’t expect. Clonoe is thriving at […]


Tyrone GAA Annual 2020- In shops now!


A Winning Read Celebrating another action-packed season of Gaelic Games in the County, the Tyrone GAA Annual 2020 has just hit the shelves. Chronicling the individuals and teams across the whole GAA fabric who grabbed the headlines in the past twelve months, this bumper packed publication will recall the memorable moments from another stand-out year.  […]


Weekend Club Round-Up: Mickey Moran gets one over Pete McGrath


From Odhrán Crumley  In a feisty, turbulent and low-scoring Down ACFL Division One clash, Mickey Moran’s, Kilcoo overcame Pete McGrath’s, Rostrevor. Rostrevor finished with thirteen men as Shaun Parr and Conor Doyle saw red as Celium Doherty fisted in the winning goal as Kilcoo claimed a 1-5 to 0-6 victory. Elsewhere in the Mourne County, […]


Paul McGirr U’16 semi-final pairings decided


Carrickmore, Gowna, Burren and Lavey will make up the last four of the u’16 Paul McGirr Ulster tournament. Tyrone champions, Carrickmore will take on Cavan winners Gowna after overcoming Donaghmoyne 4-14 to 2-10 in an entertaining quarter-final. Gowna comprehensively beating Newtownbutler of Fermanagh 5-15 to 1-6 in last Saturday’s last eight encounter. The Derry champions, […]


Ulster Intermediate Club Championship QF Round-Up


Another mammoth weekend of Ulster Club action with the Tyrone, Derry, Antrim and Cavan champions all making it through to the last four. But not without drama… St.Peter’s (Armagh) 2-13 Tattyreagh (Tyrone) 3-11 Tattyreagh beaten in last year’s Ulster Junior semi-final have continued their remarkable rise with a hugely entertaining win over St.Peter’s in the […]


Donnelly rules Kernan out of Coalisland clash


Speaking to Niall McCoy in this week’s Gaelic Life, Crossmaglen joint-manager Kieran Donnelly has ruled Tony Kernan out of Saturday’s clash while confirmed that Oisin O’Neill will play through the pain barrier. “Oisin carried an injury into the county final and maybe it’s a wee bit of  fitness thing with him now. He had no […]