The Tyrone V. Monaghan Allianz National Football League Round 5 game in Healy Park this Saturday, will once again see the publication of the Award Winning Match Day Programme “The Red Hand View”. Editions 1 & 2 included a bumper 36 pages filled with all of the favourite articles which make the programme a must buy part of the match day experience. Edition No.3 of the 2019 season has again met all the benchmarks of all the previous publications. Once again this edition includes a much more varied range of content. The programme is packed with many interesting articles, and as per usual includes features covering every one of the GAA codes within our County.
The clash is sure to bring out a huge passionate Tyrone and Cavan support and the League positions of both teams makes this fixture the potential for an exciting encounter in every sense of the word. The A5 design has been warmly welcomes and the supporters have accepted the more compact version. The demand for the Match programmes has been fantastic and the normally sell out well in advance of the Thrown in. The advice is to get there early and buy your programme.
As part of a Double Bill Tyrone ladies take on Armagh in the ladies NFL Division 2 clash and this weeks Red Hand view contains a special feature on Ladies Football. Also included in the Red Hand View is a special feature on Tyrone Hurling. A full colour programme was published for the Hurlers last home game V. Monaghan and a further bumper Colour Programme is planned for Sunday’s encounter against Armagh on Sunday. 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 their League campaign to date. On top of this there are the usual special features like Valuing the Volunteer who in this edition is ardent Tyrone and Donaghmore’s loyal servant Darren Torres from the Donaghmore St Patrick’s Club. An in-depth review of past Tyrone V. Cavan games provides some interesting reading.
A further special feature looks back at the life of Cormac Mc Anallen who sadly was taken from us 15 yrs to the day 2nd March 2004. In this edition of the Red Hand View there is an interesting interview with Tyrone Senior player Kieran Mc Geary 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 world Champion Conor Mc Elduff and his magnificent 37 consecutive victories in the Singles one Wall Handball Competitions.Yet again the popular Golden Ticket Lucky Winner Competition awaits 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 Jerome Starrs from Castlewellan but originally from the Drumragh Club. 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.