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Red Hand View Match Day Programme Preview

January 24th, 2020

Issue 1. 2020 Red Hand View Match Day Programme

Tyrone V. Meath

Tyrone County PRO, Eugene McConnell, speaking ahead of the commencement of the 2020 Allianz National Football League stated it is once again our intention to produce the Award Winning Match Day Programme “The Red Hand View”

Continuing, in Edition No.1 there will a bumper 32 pages Full Colour programme with many of the popular match day features.

These include the favourites such as “Valuing The Volunteer” which in edition No. 1 will feature the popular Owen Roes Club volunteer Pat Mc Nulty.

The Special Club article will also look back on the first 50 years of the Eoghan Rua Uí Neill, Leckpatrick Club and their exploits to date.

Other interesting features include “The One Minute With” a Tyrone Senior Player and in this edition Darren McCurry will give you his views and opinions on the GAA.

The Regular input from Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte and his opinions so far this season always prove a must read.

There will be a look back on “How We Stand” from the Tyrone Senior teams perspective including some very interesting stats.

The usual other Fans favourites are back again with “The Kids Quiz” and the chance to Win an O’Neill’s Jersey of your choice. A Text in Quiz will form a new part of this years Red Hand View programmes with the Lucky Winner getting a full 12 months online subscription to “The Gaelic Life Newspaper”.

Once again One Lucky Supporter who buys a programme and finds the “Golden Ticket” will win a Voucher to purchase free a County Jersey of their choice.

So don’t Miss Out! Get your programme early as last year in all our home NFL games the Match Programmes sold our early.

Edition No.1 will carry the usual round up features on all our other codes including the “Hurling, “Handball, Ladies Football as well as Scór.

The Match Day Experience is not complete without a copy of “The Red Hand View”

Concluding, Eugene stated the huge demand for programmes now clearly means they are regarded as a collector’s item so don’t be disappointed make sure you buy one.

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