Bradley opts out of Red Hand panel for 2019 season


It is believed that Tyrone forward, Mark Bradley has opted out of the county panel ahead of the 2019 season.  The Killyclogher attacker is currently in Liverpool where he is studying for a teaching qualification following his time at University of Ulster, Jordanstown. Bradley picked up an All-Ireland u’21 title with the Red Hand County […]


Defender Dan hitting the target ahead of Tyrone decider


In this week’s Gaelic Life, Barry O’Donnell speaks to Coalisland’s attacking defender, Dan Fee.  Fee although wearing two on his back has made an immense contribution to his sides march to Sunday’s final paring with Coalisland. The Fianna man has not only kicked two vital scores in his side’s come from behind win against Edendork […]


Ulster Championship 2019 Draw Made as Rivals Collide


The draw for the 2019 Ulster Senior Football Championship has been made tonight live on RTÉ.  Old rivals, Tyrone and Derry will meet for the third time in four years after being drawn in this year’s preliminary round with the winners facing Antrim in the quarter-final. There will be a repeat of the 2018 Ulster […]


Hampsey: We never threw in the towel


PADRAIG Hampsey was named Tyrone’s player of the match at their post-match banquet for a sterling display in their All-Ireland defeat to Dublin. Like his teammates, he was emphasising his positives in the wake of their 2-17 to 1-14 defeat in a first All-Ireland appearance for the vast majority of Mickey Harte’s young squad. “We […]


Harte hails impact of Tyrone coach Peter Donnelly


TYRONE struggled to match Dublin in last year’s wretched All-Ireland semi-final loss to Dublin, but there were more encouraging signs in the recent ‘Super Eight’ clash at Healy Park that they have closed the gap. Speaking ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland final against the Dubs, Peter Harte attributes much of the credit to the team’s strength […]