TYRONE SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS CLONOE V DONAGHMORE Saturday, Edendork, 1pm CLONOE have had a tough time of it this season, finishing in the relegation play-off zone, but they showed commendable character in their first-round win over Moortown. Donaghmore were also forced to dig deep as they battled past Greencastle after extra-time. There seems to be […]
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 […]
By Niall Gartland OMAGH St Enda’s have issued a hard-hitting statement lambasting the Tyrone Camogie board for their “refusal” to refix their Bridie McMenamin Post Primary Championship final against Naomh Treasa of Dungannon. Tyrone camogie’s decision to award the title to Naomh Treasa by default has earned the ire of the St Enda’s club, whose […]
All-Ireland Junior B Championship Final Loreto Omagh 3-6 Presentation Thurles 2-8 By Ivan Smyth KELLY McCaffrey scored the winning free to ensure Loreto Grammar School were crowned Lidl All-Ireland PPS Junior B champions in Ballinasloe. Presentation Thurles produced a gutsy display as they came from 1-4 to 0-1 down in the first half to be […]
It’s quarter finals weekend in the Tyrone senior championship
Tyrone Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Coalisland 2-11 Killyclogher 1-7 Coalisland have come from behind to claim their tenth Tyrone Senior Football title with a seven point win over Killyclogher. Advertisement Killyclogher led by two at the break on a scoreline of 1-4 to 0-5 after Conall McCann set brother Tiernan up for a first […]
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BILLED as the great white hope of Tyrone football from a young age, it’s disarming to hear Ronan O’Neill claim that his performances haven’t been up to scratch until this season. O’Neill was earmarked for success since starring at schools level for Omagh CBS and winning an All-Ireland Minor title with Tyrone in 2010, but […]