Red Hand View 2019 – Edition No.2 Preview Tyrone V. Monaghan
The Tyrone V. Monaghan Allianz National Football League Round 4 game in Healy Park this Saturday, will once again see the publication of the Award Winning Match Day Programme “The Red Hand View”. Edition No.1 a bumper 36 pages will include all of the now favourite articles which make the programme a must buy part of the match day experience. Edition No.2 of the 2019 new season has again surpassed all the previous publications with an even bigger and much more varied range of content. The programme is packed with many interesting articles, which once again includes features on every one of the GAA codes within our County.
The Local Derby clash is sure to bring out a huge Tyrone and Monaghan support and the League positions of both teams makes this fixture a unique and exciting encounter in every sense of the word. The more user friendly A5 design is more compact and fits better in the pocket. Last time out the Match programmes sold out totally a half an hour before the ball was thrown in, so the advice is to get there early and buy your programme.
The Monaghan Hurlers defeated Tyrone last weekend and included in the Red Hand View is a special feature on Tyrone Hurling. A full colour programme was published last week for the hurling game. The weeks packed publication caters for every aspect of the GAA family.
Articles include a look at the state of play for the Tyrone Camogs and St Patrick’s College reaching the All Ireland Final. In addition, there is an up to date feature on the Tyrone Ladies the reigning All Ireland Intermediate Champions after their win in their opening game over Cavan. On top of this there are the usual popular features on valuing the Volunteer who in this edition is none other than Tyrone’s loyal servant Barbara Ward from the Gortin St Patrick’s Club.
Another special feature looks at the upcoming Live Streaming of the LCC Group Club Championship Draws next Thursday 28th Feb in Garvaghey. As well as a round up of all that’s happening in Scór.
In this edition of the Red Hand View there is an interesting interview with Tyrone Senior player Cathal Mc Shane who lets us all see first-hand his opinions and views on the GAA at Club and County level.
A really special feature is contained within the programme looks at the in Handball within th Championship finals in Cavan next weekend. Special mention goes out to the winners in the National 40 x 20 Championships held in Galway last weekend. Yet again the popular Golden Ticket Lucky Winner Competition returns and one lucky supporter who buys a programme and they find the Golden ticket within their programme they will collect a New Tyrone jersey. Last day out the Lucky winner was Sean Mc Anallen from Dundalk. The same prize awaits this weeks lucky winner.
For all the younger supporters the Kids Competition and the quest to identify the four Football personalities will remain a regular feature in all the programmes. So all in all something for everyone both young and old. Don’t miss out because in previous games to date the programmes have sold out quickly. Don’t be disappointed Get your programme early.