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# Red Hands Rule

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2022
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Canavan magic helps Errigal Ciarán end 10-year wait for Tyrone senior glory
Healy Park in Omagh hosted today’s game.
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Peter Harte hits late point for Tyrone as they end Kerry's unbeaten league run
It was 19 years since Tyrone had won on Kerry soil.
All time
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Tyrone hold on for dramatic extra-time success over Kerry to reach All-Ireland final
Mayo await in the final on Saturday 11 September.
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Tyrone down Farrell's Dubs as late Brennan goal seals the deal at stormy Healy Park
The Red Hand inflicted a first league defeat on the new Dublin manager, who made an interesting statement afterwards.
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Classy Tyrone fire six goals past Meath to lift All-Ireland intermediate crown
Captain Neamh Woods hit a brace as the Ulster kingpins made up for last year’s decider defeat in Croke Park.
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Sludden goal proves crucial as Tyrone end 10-year wait for All-Ireland final place
Monaghan were denied by a point in a pulsating finish at Croke Park.
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2017 All-Ireland finalists Tyrone seal last four spot with win over Wexford
The Red Hand march on in the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate championship.
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McAliskey, O'Neill and Bradley goals help Tyrone power past 14-man Cork
A comfortable win for Mickey Harte’s side in Portlaoise.
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Red cards, black cards and injuries - Tyrone run out victors by 12 points as Mayo face battle to avoid the drop
Mickey Harte’s side will be playing Division 1 football next year.
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Donnelly hits stunning late point to grab win for Tyrone as Kildare suffer third league defeat
A first win in this spring’s league for Mickey Harte’s side.
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Tyrone All-Ireland U21 winning management team of famous football faces steps down
Feargal Logan, Peter Canavan and Brian Dooher have called time on their tenure.
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Harte and Mulgrew bag the goals as Tyrone breeze past Armagh in Croke Park
Mickey Harte’s side dominated from the outset.
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Tyrone triumph in Division 1 return against Rossies while Derry rescue draw with Clare
A six point win for Mickey Harte’s team in Omagh.
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3 sent off as Tyrone see off Monaghan to book All-Ireland semi-final date with Kerry
Mickey Harte’s side are through to the last four stage on 23 August.
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Tyrone march into All-Ireland quarter-finals with victory over Sligo at Croke Park
Darren McCurry was the top scorer with 0-8 for Mickey Harte’s side.