Early goals propel Tyrone back on the long road

There were no surprises at Pearse Park. Tyrone flexed their muscles and delivered a message that they’re in this for the long haul.

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Donnelly the difference as Tyrone triumph over Derry

Luke Donnelly hit 1-6 to send Tyrone through to a first Ulster MFC appearance since 2013.

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Niall Morgan wary of Longford’s taste for a giant-killing

Niall Morgan says Tyrone can’t afford to take anything for granted against a Longford side with a voracious appetite for big championship scalps.

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Sean Cavanagh at a loss to explain Tiernan McCann outburst

Tyrone great Sean Cavanagh has claimed Tiernan McCann has a reputation locally for being “too nice” and that he’ll be “gutted” with his two-match ban.

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Declan Bonner: 'Discipline will be key. An early yellow means you'll be subbed'

Hugh McFadden believes the rivalry that has dictated the tone of Ulster football for the last decade is currently being dictated by Tyrone.

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Harte still searching for balance between defence and attack

Mickey Harte has admitted that if he doesn’t shore up his leaky defence, Donegal could inflict serious damage at Kingspan Breffni Park.

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Cassidy: I knew I had to go and grab the chance

It’s taken him the best part of three years, but Michael Cassidy’s perseverance and patience have paid off.

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Harte optimistic Kennedy and McGeary will play part in semi-final

Tyrone boss Mickey Harte is sweating on the fitness of Brian Kennedy and Kieran McGeary ahead of Saturday’s Ulster SFC semi-final with Donegal.

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For some a tiered championship just can’t come soon enough

The game itself was a walking, talking, advert for a tiered football championship, so when the competition on the pitch doesn’t scare you, you look for motivation elsewhere, and Richie Donnelly found it within his own dressing room.

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Brennan quits Tyrone squad over lack of game time

Attacker Lee Brennan has quit the Tyrone squad.

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Mattie Donnelly excited about new challenge

Three games into this year’s Allianz League campaign and Tyrone deep in relegation trouble with one point out of six, Mattie Donnelly went to Mickey Harte with a suggestion.

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McNamee fears Tyrone ‘have a target on our backs’

On their day, Tyrone are a match for any opponent, but on an off-day, anything can happen.

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No slaves in our dressing room, insists Mickey Harte

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has rejected suggestions the joy has disappeared from Gaelic football.

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Harte seeks strength and power in attacking rebuild

Adding a more physical presence to Tyrone’s forward line is one of the major lessons Mickey Harte learned from 2018.

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Harte happy to see Tyrone find creative flow

Mickey Harte declared himself satisfied with their new attacking strategies after his side moved a step closer to Division One survival with an Ulster derby win over 14-man Cavan.

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Sigerson fixture timing riles Tyrone boss Harte

Mickey Harte has confirmed all seven of his Ulster University players will miss Saturday’s Dr McKenna Cup final against Armagh due to Sigerson Cup commitments.

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Tyrone defeat jetlag and students

Tyrone 2-14 Ulster University 1-9

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Son of Tyrone legend in line for Red Hand debut

Mickey Harte has named 18-year-old Darragh Canavan on the bench for their McKenna Cup opener against Derry.

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Harte reveals ‘grave reservations’ at rules changes

Mickey Harte says he has “grave reservations” about the proposed rule changes and thinks they should only be trialled in the subsidiary competitions.

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Tyrone chief backs tiered championship

Strong support for the creation of a two-tier All-Ireland football championship has emerged from Tyrone.

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Killyclogher captain Emmet McFadden: ‘There’s no man bigger than the team here’

Killyclogher captain Emmet McFadden wears the number 15 on his back, but you won’t see him taking on defenders and knocking over scores in Sunday’s Tyrone SFC final against Coalisland.

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Ulster chief want action to tackle 'disturbing' club scenes

Ulster secretary Brian McAvoy admits the recent spate of brawls at county matches in the province is “disturbing”.

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Enda McGinley issues stark warning over dangers of GAA attacks

A former three-time All-Ireland winner who works as a Clinical Specialist Physio in the Trauma and Orthopaedics ward in Craigavon Hospital, has insisted that a ‘one-punch fatality’ is inevitable on GAA playing fields if the current cycle of violence is not halted.

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Tyrone SFC: Killyclogher find late spark in extra-time thriller

Killyclogher came back from the dead to deny Ardboe in an extra-time thriller at Carrickmore yesterday and book their place in the Tyrone SFC final.

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Sean Cavanagh's injuries were accidental, say Tyrone disciplinary chiefs

No action will be taken against any Edendork player as a result of the incident.

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Sean Cavanagh withholds judgement until he sees video

Sean Cavanagh says he is withholding judgement on whether the collision which left him with serious facial injuries was accidental or not until he sees video footage of the incident.

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'I still have heavy concussion': Sean Cavanagh speaks about the toll of shocking facial injury

The injury, which also saw Cavanagh suffer a broken nose and extensive facial injuries, has affected his work as he had to miss a number of meetings in his accountancy practice.

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Tyrone board vows to tackle ‘unwarranted violence’

The Tyrone County Board is to launch an investigation into shocking weekend incidents at club championship matches.

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Sean Cavanagh hospitalised after suffering horrific injuries in club tie

All-Ireland winner Sean Cavanagh was hospitalised following a Tyrone senior football championship game on Saturday.

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Peter Canavan: Football rule changes would make ‘fool of game’

Tyrone legend Peter Canavan is fearful that any change to football’s playing rules would “make a fool of the game”.

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Padraig Hampsey should take heart from exploits

The autumnal All-Star bash in Dublin provides a bittersweet return to the capital for beaten All-Ireland finalists.

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Mickey Harte free of cancer after treatment

Mickey Harte hasn’t had to just contend with the death of his daughter Michaela, as well as the more mundane disappointment of four semi-final defeats since last guiding Tyrone to an All-Ireland final — he also had a brush with cancer.

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Tír Eoghain: The Unbreakable Bond a harrowing but uplifting tale

Late on Sunday night, upon returning home from the Gaelic Grounds, TG4’s documentary on Tyrone, Tír Eoghain: The Unbreakable Bond, was sitting nicely in the list of recordings.

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Joe McMahon kicks around ‘risk-taker’ Mickey Harte’s options

Even Joe McMahon, 13 years a lionheart of Tyrone teams, can’t quite bring himself to tip his county to beat Dublin in the All-Ireland.

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Farney’s Conor McManus ‘bought a few frees’, insists Hampsey

Padraig Hampsey clearly isn’t of a mind that Monaghan were poorly served by referee Anthony Nolan in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

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McGuigan: Tyrone will need to step up to defeat Dublin

Tyrone legend Brian McGuigan says they will need a big step up in performance if they are to challenge Dublin in next month's All-Ireland Football Final.

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Bench press secret to Tyrone’s surge

A bench with dynamism and explosive potential has been key to Tyrone’s spectacular recovery from a first round Ulster SFC defeat to Monaghan back in May.

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Connor McAliskey says Tyrone are in the zone: We have knockout mentality

Tyrone heads are in the zone and imbued with a knockout mentality as they target a first All-Ireland final appearance in a decade, according to Connor McAliskey.

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Tyrone take Donegal by storm and book their place in All-Ireland semi-final

Tyrone took Ballybofey by storm with a massive final 20 minutes to crush Donegal and book their place in the All-Ireland SFC semi-final.

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Did Tyrone narrow pitch to prepare for Ballybofey?

Former Tyrone star Owen Mulligan has suggested the county narrowed their Omagh pitch for the Super 8 clash with Dublin in preparation for this weekend’s showdown with Donegal.

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Michael McKernan on emerging as a new leader for Tyrone

At the tender age of 20, he’s the baby of the Tyrone team, but Michael McKernan is as sure-footed as the most accomplished of experienced defenders.

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Mickey Harte wary of Cork team that ‘will want to kick back’

Tyrone will bid to secure a first-ever championship win over Cork when they face off in this Saturday’s fourth-round qualifier.

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