Clarke keen to keep St Patrick’s journey going


By Barry O’Donnell FESTIVE time indulgences will have to be put on hold among the teenagers of Donaghmore as the club’s Minors eye a very special Christmas present. The Tyrone double winners are now just sixty minutes away from an appearance in a provincial final, but standing in their way are Four Masters of Donegal […]


PREVIEWS: The start of the Tyrone Senior Championship


TYRONE SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND ONE DUNGANNON V TRILLICK Thursday, Omagh, 7.30pm DUNGANNON claimed an unforgettable victory over Trillick in the 2020 final after penalties. 2015 and 2019 champions Trillick haven’t gone anywhere and this is a block-buster way to throw-in the Tyrone senior championship. Advertisement Verdict: Dungannon GREENCASTLE V DONAGHMORE Friday, Omagh, 6.45pm THESE two […]


Feature: Ones to watch


The Tyrone Senior Championship gets underway in a week’s time and we take a look at a handful off the players who are likely to make an impact in the battle for the O’Neill Cup. Darragh Canavan (Errigal Ciaran) CANAVAN has been in scintillating attacking form for Errigal Ciaran during their league campaign. He’s scored heavily […]


Tyrone unveil championship fixtures schedule


By Niall Gartland THE full fixtures itinerary for the upcoming club championships was published this week with the curtain raiser for the senior tournament set to take place between Trillick and Dungannon Clarkes on the evening Thursday, September 22. Every first-round game in the Senior Championship will be played off in a five-day period centred […]


Dungannon boss concerned with fixtures vacuum


By Michael McMullan DUNGANNON Clarkes manager Christopher Rafferty isn’t convinced the split season is ‘completely fantastic’ for clubs. Rafferty, now in his fifth season as manager, steered the Clarkes to their 2020 and are unbeaten in the Ulster league so far this year. After a win over Erne Gaels, they drew with Coleraine and beat […]


New faces eager to impress for Tyrone


JANUARY blues? Not for Tyrone – they’re the reigning All-Ireland champions and at the time of writing are enjoying themselves in Orlando, Florida. That’s why Tyrone are the last team to take to the field in this year’s McKenna Cup, where they’ll play Cavan at Kingspan Breffni on Tuesday before taking on Armagh on Saturday […]