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# Tyrone

Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Donegal make a statement in victory over meek Tyrone
Donegal were seven-point winners in Ballybofey.
Geelong AFL prospect McElholm with 0-7 as Tyrone grab another U20 title
This month
May 2024
Two teenagers killed in road traffic collision in Co Tyrone named locally
Last month
April 2024
O'Donnell and McBrearty fire Donegal to extra-time victory over Tyrone
Man (25) arrested after allegedly threatening people while wielding two machetes in Tyrone
Much for Galway and Mayo to chew over, Donnelly's heroic return, Ulster schedule mess
Chief Vet Officer, pedigree breeder, marathon runner, and Tyrone's football leader
March
March 2024
Garda killer Pearse McAuley described as 'philosopher' during funeral mass
'You still wonder if he can do it, but he proved it today' - Monaghan's star still shining
Tyrone ran out 1-19 to 2-13 winners over Monaghan last night.
Mattie Donnelly and Cathal McShane return for Tyrone to relegate Monaghan
Clifford brothers bag 0-11 as Kerry bounce back to claim win over Tyrone
'We knew he was special - I think he could’ve become one of the best players ever'
February
February 2024
UK Government outline terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing
Pádraic Joyce's Galway get their first win of the league against Tyrone
Minus Damien Comer and Shane Walsh, Galway pull a big result out of the bag.
'There’s a massive interest' - How football in Kerry and Tyrone schools sparkles
Man charged with attempted murder of PSNI DCI John Caldwell in Co Tyrone last year
Tyrone GAA appeal for privacy over joint-manager Feargal Logan's 'health issues'
Mickey Harte's Derry look streets ahead of Tyrone in victory
'Pretty special' - Praise for Tyrone youngster after inspiring Liverpool win
'Pretty special' - Praise for Tyrone youngster after inspiring Liverpool win
Last year
2023
'Getting injured might have cut deeper. But having a child to look after changes all that'
5 key storylines after a weekend of major GAA county senior final action
Seventeen PSNI officers have been assaulted in separate incidents across the past 24 hours
PSNI appeal after reports a group of 30 males armed with knives attacked a man in Co Tyrone
Man who died in single-vehicle crash in Tyrone named as Juraj Luptak
Police in Northern Ireland investigate single-vehicle crash that left one man dead
Armagh star to debut for Melbourne, McKenna will start as Brisbane chase Grand Final spot
Inside the appointment of Mickey Harte and the complicated history of Tyrone-Derry
Mickey Harte's move to Derry one of the most jaw-dropping the GAA has seen
‘We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing'
Two men in PSNI custody after fatal stabbing in Castlederg on Saturday
Victim's group urges Irish government to work with new inquest into 1991 killing of Ian Sproule
Tyrone confirm Dooher and Logan to remain in charge for new 3-year term
PSNI investigating placement of a picture of the Taoiseach on loyalist bonfire as a ‘hate crime’
Three men charged over claim of responsibility for attempted murder of PSNI Chief John Caldwell
How will Armagh, Cork, Mayo and Tyrone reflect after 2023 season exits?
Dominant Kerry breeze past Tyrone in All-Ireland football quarter-final
Dominant Kerry breeze past Tyrone in All-Ireland quarter-final
Poll: Who do you think will win Saturday's All-Ireland football quarter-finals?
Game-by-game guide to All-Ireland quarter-finals