Following a heavy downpour of rain a small band of hurlers and camogs took to the hills just outside Omagh on Tuesday evening where they competed for the Ulster title for the longest puck of a sliotar. County champions from across the Province including Tyrone’s Conor Grogan, Jordan O’Reilly, Ciara Donnelly and Eimear Colton battled […]
Player tickets must be collected from the office at Garvaghey for Tyrone’s Night of Celebration before Thursday night. Admission on the night will be by ticket only and begins at 7.30pm. A limited number of tickets are still available for general purchase from Garvaghey @ £30 each.
A tremendous year for Tyrone hurling was topped off on Monday night when Eire Ogs and Tyrone minor star Pauric Kerr collected the Ulster GAA writers merit award for September after helping Tyrone to the all Ireland minor C title, the mild mannered defender joining Damian Casey as an Ulster writers winner this year. There […]
Tyrone hurling is in a wonderful place right now, the success of the senior side over the past two years has been mirrored by the minors who claimed the all Ireland minor C title after a mammoth two games with Mayo. No mean achievement from this young Tyrone side, delight for the players and the […]
Tyrone…2-12 Mayo…1-10 An inspired Tyrone side came from eight points behind to win the All-Ireland Minor C Hurling Championship final replay at Ballinamore. After failing to spark in the opening period, they caught fire with a dominant second half display as they put the holders to the sword in emphatic fashion. Following the thrills of the […]
Tyrone 2-16 Cavan 3-6 Photos thanks to Cathal McErlean
Minor Hurling Tyrone 1-18 Monaghan 3-8 Minor Football Tyrone 0-17 Monaghan 0-9 The shield finals will be played this weekend against Cavan. Times and venues TBC
Tyrone turned in a solid second half performance to secure back to back national league titles at Keady. Matty Lennon’s side led by a point at the break after Monaghan stormed into an early lead. Damien Casey who finished the day with 0-9 saw his penalty saved while Monaghan found the net at the other […]
Tyrone hurling captain Damien Casey was in extreme pain after leading his side to the national hurling league title today at Keady, He had given his all on a very heavy surface but gave a great speech when collecting the cup and then took time out to speak to local press men Paddy Hunter and […]
Damien Casey is getting well used to acceptance speeches when he is picking up silverware, at Keady on Saturday Tyrone collected the division 3A title with Casey hitting 0-9 of his sides 0-18. In the end it finished 0-18 to 1-11 and Ulster President Martin McAvinney was on hand to hand over the cup .