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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Red Hand

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# Red Hand
'No-one's pointing fingers' - Ulster focused on getting back to winning ways, says Alan O'Connor
The northern province travel to Edinburgh tomorrow.
# stepped down
Tyrone without management team three weeks out from relegation play-off
‘The players have decided they want to go down a different path,’ Kevin McCrystal said as he stepped down.
All time
# Battle Royal
Red Hand expected route to glory would have to go through Meath, says Enda McGinley
The counties meet in the All-Ireland minor football championship decider today.
# Red Hand
Brian Dooher: 'That's ultimately Croke Park's decision, that's not our decision'
Covid-hit Tyrone say they cannot field a team next week.
# Red Hand
Tyrone say they will not field a team for next weekend's All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry
Tyrone GAA released a statement this afternoon.
# Red Hand
Tyrone considering pulling out of All-Ireland championship despite semi-final delay
Chairman Michael Kerr says there are major concerns over player welfare, after a number of Covid-19 cases hit the squad.
# Red Hand
Murphy sent off as Tyrone edge out 14-man Donegal to book Ulster final spot
Tyrone will face Monaghan in the decider.
# Red Hand
Cavanagh has 'no doubt' Tyrone have the second best forward line in the country
The prospect of a partnership between Cathal McShane and Conor McKenna has excited Tyrone supporters.
# red handover
'Tyrone need a new face, a new voice, a new management team' - is it time for Mickey Harte to go?
The Red Hand crashed out of the championship yesterday to conclude Harte’s 18th year in charge.
# Red Hand
Worries for players hiding potential Covid symptoms and lack of recognition for brother's retirement
Seán Cavanagh was speaking ahead of the inter-county action that gets underway this weekend.
# Red Hand
Reigning champions Trillick successfully open Tyrone title defence and complete quarter-final line-up
The holders were five-point winners over Galbally, and face 2016 winners Killyclogher next.
# Red Hand
Mickey Harte rings the Tyrone changes for visit of Kerry to Omagh
Cathal McShane is held in reserve, though.
# Red Hand
Harte shuffles deck as Tyrone set sights on another McKenna Cup win
Familiar faces included for Saturday’s evening’s pre-season decider.
Kerry v Tyrone, All-Ireland football semi-final
So it’s Kerry who’ll be facing five in-a-row chasing Dublin in the final.
# Ulster football
Cavanagh in as Mickey Harte makes one change to Tyrone side to face Antrim
Armagh’s Athletic Grounds plays host to tomorrow evening’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.
# Red Hand
Tyrone finish off league in style with three second-half goals propelling them past Galway
Mickey Harte’s side missed out on a place in the Division 1 final.
# Red Hand
McAliskey returns for Tyrone while Galway unchanged ahead of Division 1 tie
Connor McAliskey comes in to replace Brian Kennedy in Mickey Harte’s only change.
# at it again
Tyrone keeper hits another brilliant point from play - this time to grab a late draw
Morgan’s superb equaliser ultimately sealed a point against Roscommon, but late drama followed.
# Red Hand
Attacking duo McGeary and Brennan start as Tyrone change things up for Mayo clash
Mickey Harte has shown his hand ahead of Sunday’s encounter in Healy Park.
# moy appeal
'If you were involved in a car crash I’m not sure why you would want to see it again'
Sean Cavanagh has spoken out about the recent incident which left him hospitalised and Moy’s decision to appeal Tyrone CCC’s findings.
# statement
'Disappointment and dismay' - Moy appeal Tyrone CCC findings on Cavanagh incident
The club have released a statement.
# Red Hand
One change as Tyrone name team to face Dublin in All-Ireland final showdown
Mark Bradley starts in place of Lee Brennan.
# Red Hand
Cavanagh: 'You focus on playing. You let everything else go, what's being said in the media'
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte branded criticism from former players as a ‘cheap shot’ earlier this week.
# Red Hand
One change as Tyrone name side for All-Ireland semi showdown against Monaghan
Throw-in at Croke Park is 3.30pm on Sunday.
# Red Hand
Niall Morgan between the posts as Mickey Harte names Tyrone team for Cork clash
Throw-in at O’Moore Park is 5pm tomorrow.
# Red Hand
Mickey Harte makes four changes ahead of Carlow clash
The Tyrone manager has reshuffled his defence and midfield as they travel south to face Turlough O’Brien’s side.
# Red Hand
Colm Cavanagh set for first Tyrone appearance of the year in re-fixed McKenna Cup final
Mickey Harte has made 14 changes to the team for Saturday night’s clash against Donegal.
# Red Hand
After scoring 0-6 in Sigerson action, UUJ forward makes first Tyrone start against Dublin
Mickey Harte was in Belfast on Wednesday night to watch Lee Brennan’s scoring display against holders St Mary’s.
# Staying Put
Mickey Harte to stay on as Tyrone manager for another three years
A meeting of the County Board took place this evening.
# Red Hand
Tyrone book first-ever All-Ireland IFC final date as they inflict more semi-final heartbreak on Sligo
Gerry Moane’s side outclassed Sligo at Kingspan Breffni Park.
# Red Hand
Tyrone make one change for Dublin as David Mulgrew's 2-1 off the bench gets him the nod
Mulgrew put two goals past Armagh in the quarter-final.
# Red Hand
Owen Mulligan: Mickey Harte must find a free-taker if Tyrone are to challenge for an All-Ireland
“They’ll pack that defence and then break and they are hard to stop so that’s why I think the free-taker is a must.”
# Red Hand
Mickey Harte has 'no doubt' Sean Cavanagh will line out for Tyrone in 2017
Harte also commented on his relationship with the county board after they turned down his request for a one-year extension.
# Red Hand
Mickey Harte to stay on as Tyrone boss for two more years
Two more years! Two more years!
# Red Hand
Tyrone enjoy trip to Tipp as they prove too strong for Premier
The Red Hand pulled away in the second period.
# Red Hand
Tyrone oust Roscommon to continue a day of shocks in the U21 football semis
Lee Brennan kicked 0-6 as Tyrone booked a long overdue return to the U21 final.
# Red Hand
Tyrone crowned Ulster U21 champions for the first time in 9 years after nail-biting finish
Donegal lost out by a single point at Celtic Park tonight.
# Highlights
Stephen O'Neill retires and Darren Clarke is ripped - Tyrone's sporting moments of 2014
Rock won the Ulster JFC while Omagh St Enda’s reached the senior final.
# History
Tyrone tonight elected the first woman chairperson of a GAA county board in Ireland
Roisin Jordan was elected for the post in Tyrone.
# Red Hand
'What's going on with rules' asks Mickey Harte after Down draw
Tyrone will have to do it all over again.