The first edition of 2022, the award winning Match Day Programme “The Red Hand View” will have a bumper 36 pages full colour content.
As Tyrone take to the field for their opening game in the Allianz Football League against the farney County Monaghan, Tyrone Communications have produced another superb must get souvenir programme to help savour the match day experience.
Edition No.1 will include many of the regular features as well as some brilliant articles which include a special storyline on the new County Sponsors McAleer & Rushe as well as a fond farewell to the 5 players who have opted off the Tyrone Senior panel for 2022.
Player of the year 2021, Kieran Mc Geary provides a special interview giving his opinions and views being part of the the Tyrone Senior team. Along side this will be the first contribution from Team Managers Feargal and Brian who give their point of view.
Other key contributions include a look back on the success of the Tyrone Over 40’s All Ireland win over Dublin as well as the election of the New Ulster GAA President Ciaran Mc Laughlin, a former Tyrone County Chairperson.
There will be a full round up of all that’s happening on the scene involving Tyrone Ladies, Tyrone Hurlers, as well as the Tyrone Camog’s plus the Tyrone Handball Association. The restart of Scór in 2022 gets a introduction and provides the update position.
Some of the popular features such as the Kids Quiz is back again as is the Gaelic Life Half time Quiz. One lucky supporter who purchases a copy of “The Red Hand View” and finds the Golden Ticket inside will win an O’Neill’s Jersey of their choice voucher.
The Kids Quiz Winner will also win an O’Neill’s jersey voucher. The Valuing the Volunteer on the spotline for edition No.1 will be Charraig Mhór Gael Frank McElroy. An interesting overview well worth reading.
So overall another must get Match Day Programme which will include a special feature looking back At Healy Park which celebrates it’s Golden jubilee since it opened back on the 17th September 1972. A key moment for Tyrone GAA as well as a look back at some past clashes between the O’Neill County and the Farney county. A final feature covers the 50th Anniversay of Bloody Sunday and the GAA scene within the County on that fateful day.
The key message is ensure you get your programme early as each and every Red Hand View Programme are sold out long before throw in.There is something for everyone both young and old.