Donegal finish strongest to blow Royals out of the water

All-Ireland Football Championship Super 8s Phase One Donegal 2-19 Meath 1-16 Donegal finished strongest to see off a resurgent Meath side in Ballybofey. Goals from Patrick McBrearty and Oisin Gallen ensured that Declan Bonner’s men got off to the perfect start. Advertisement The Royals remained within touching distance for the majority of the contest as […]

Tyrone safely navigate tricky Dr Hyde assignment

All-Ireland Football Championship Super 8s Phase One Tyrone 0-17 Roscommon 0-13 From Odhrán Crumley in Dr Hyde Park Cathal McShane hit eight points as Tyrone navigated a tricky Dr Hyde Park assignment to get their Super 8s campaign off to a perfect start. Advertisement Roscommon proved credible opponents in front of a feverish home support […]

Tyrone claim barnstorming win to rip Ulster crown from holders Derry

Ulster U’20 Football Championship Final 2019 Tyrone 4-13 Derry 1-10 From Odhrán Crumley in Armagh Tyrone went goal crazy en-route to claim a barnstorming win to rip the Ulster crown from holders, Derry. Advertisement Séan Óg McAleer, James Garrity, Joe Oguz and Ciaran Quinn registered majors while Tiarnan McHugh hit the Oakleaf major. Mickey Donnelly’s […]

Major connections between Tyrone minor teams

This weekend Tyrone and Monaghan face off in the Electric Ireland GAA Ulster Minor Final in Armagh. Since 1978 these two sides have played each other 7 times in the provincial final with Tyrone winning 6 of those meetings. Involvement in the Minor championships creates a lifelong connection between people from across the GAA community […]

Harte free to undergo Dr Hyde assessment

Tyrone will be able to call upon the services of Peter Harte for Saturday’s trip to Roscommon after launching a successful appeal. Harte picked up a third black card of the season in the qualifier clash win against Cavan, ruling him out of the first phase of the ‘Super 8s’. After a successful appeal the […]

Camogie Championship Round-Up: Positive weekend on the whole for Ulster sides

Antrim, Down, Derry and Armagh all picked up wins in this weekend’s Camogie championship action. In the intermediate championship, Antrim hammered Kildare 3-17 to 2-6 with goals from Victoria Edgar and a brace from Katie McAleese who finished with 1-7. Down were ruthless in their demolition of Carlow running out 4-27 to 0-5 winners in Pairc Esler hitting […]

Ulster Final double header set for Armagh

Ulster GAA have confirmed that the 2019 Ulster Minor and U’20 football finals will be held as a double header this Sunday. The Athletic Grounds, Armagh will play host to both finals with throw in times of 4pm and 6pm. Holders, Monaghan will take on Tyrone in the minor decider after the Farney men overcame […]