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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Tyrone

Last year
# Murder Investigation
PSNI charge man with murder of 77-year-old woman in Tyrone
The woman’s body was discovered at the house on Sunday morning.
# Cookstown
Murder investigation launched after body of a woman in her 70s found in Co Tyrone
A 45-year-old male located at the property has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
# Orchard Delight
All-Ireland champions Tyrone crash out after defeat to Armagh
The Orchard county were six-point winners at the Athletic Grounds.
# scoring machine
Tyrone star Canavan lands U20 Player of the Year award after All-Ireland win
The Errigal Ciarán player was outstanding this year.
# red hand rebound
'The narrative among some journalists last year was that we won by fluke. We don't believe that'
Niall Morgan and Tyrone are looking to bounce back from their disappointing Ulster championship exit.
# chip off the block
Canavan inspires Tyrone to semi-final victory over Kerry
Man of the Match Ruairí Canavan kicked eight points in O’Moore Park.
# Northern Ireland
Human rights case taken against British government over prosecutions of soldiers post-Troubles
The partner of veteran who was facing trial over a fatal shooting in Tyrone is taking a case to the European Court of Human Rights.
# Northern Ireland
Unionists must unite to oppose Northern Ireland Protocol, says Donaldson
The DUP leader was addressing a rally against the protocol in Castlederg.
# U20 GAA
Tyrone overcome Donegal in high-scoring thriller to set up Ulster final showdown with Cavan
Cavan also booked their spot in the final tonight thanks to a two-point win over Derry.
# Red Hands Rule
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.
# staying on
Mickey Harte extends his spell as Louth manager until end of 2025
The Tyrone All-Ireland winner was first appointed in November 2020.
# Tyrone
Prince Charles and Camilla enjoy walkabout on County Tyrone visit
The couple went on a walkabout in Cookstown.
# Tyrone
'Last year was a really difficult year we went through. It took a lot out of us'
Cathal McShane admits Tyrone have suffered a hangover after 2021′s stunning success.
# Team news
Mayo make five changes for trip to Omagh to face Tyrone
James Horan’s side lost out to Kerry in Tralee last Saturday.
# 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.
# Home Win
Donegal impress in win over Tyrone with O'Donnell and McKelvey goals proving key
A big win for the home side.
# Seeing Red
Bans upheld for Tyrone players sent off in clash against Armagh
Referee David Gough brandished the red cards towards the end of the game at the Athletic Grounds.
# Division 1
Tyrone and Monaghan play out entertaining draw in Omagh blizzard
Goalkeeper Rory Beggan finished top-scorer for Monaghan with three points, including one from play.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win the All-Ireland senior football title in 2022?
Let us know who you reckon will succeed.
All time
# Garvaghy
PSNI name young men who died in Tyrone road collision
Investigations into the collision on Monday are still ongoing.
# Dominant Dromore
Dromore seal Tyrone senior title win as second-half display blows Coalisland away
Seven points separated the sides in Omagh.
# around the grounds
Galway champions exit, McNamee goal rescues Rhode, Cuala bow out in Dublin hurling
Coalisland reached the Tyrone final in dramatic fashion while Watty Grahams Glen cruised into the Derry decider.
# around the grounds
Dromore book spot in Tyrone senior decider and Slaughtneil survive extra-time test in Derry
There was also senior football action today in Fermanagh, Wexford, Waterford and Wicklow.
# Top three
Tyrone duo and Mayo star nominated for 2021 Footballer of the Year award
It’s a Galway, Mayo and Tyrone battle for the Young Footballer of the Year award.
# leading lights
Meath, Tyrone and Antrim stars win GAA Player of the Month awards for September
Vikki Wall, Conor Meyler and Maeve Kelly were all honoured.
# Crossing the line
'I'd loved to have played for Tyrone - I'm so proud of them winning last week's All-Ireland'
Irish rugby legend sees parallels with Tyrone’s All-Ireland winners and his all-conquering Ulster team of the ’80s.
# Analysis
Scoring statistics continue to haunt Mayo on the biggest stage as they chase All-Ireland title
Goals conceded and missed continue to hurt Mayo at the final hurdle.
# Cathal McShane
'Everybody asked me, why wouldn't you go to Australia? I think today answers that'
After turning down an AFL offer, Cathal McShane got to savour All-Ireland glory with Tyrone.
# It's Quizness time
Quiz: How much do you know about Mayo and Tyrone ?
Give it a lash.
# Talking Points
A brilliant All-Ireland title for Tyrone, crucial second-half goals and more Mayo final misery
It finished 2-14 to 0-15 in Tyrone’s favour in Croke Park.
# star men
8 awards for Tyrone as Sunday Game football team of the year is named
Kieran McGeary was chosen as the Footballer of the Year.
# Red Hand rule
Tyrone crowned All-Ireland champions with key second-half goals taking them past Mayo
The Ulster winners finished with five points to spare in Croke Park.
# Pathfinders
The red hand of history: how the struggle for triumph in the face of adversity defines Tyrone
Tyrone were once day-trippers to Gaelic football’s biggest stage but a committed plan saw them join the sport’s elite.
# starting XV
Two changes for Mayo as All-Ireland final line-ups are unveiled
Tyrone are unchanged from their semi-final win over Kerry for tomorrow’s game at Croke Park.
# Feargal Logan
'There are a few things in my football career that I am not over' - Tyrone 2021 hope after past pain
Feargal Logan gets the chance on Saturday to achieve All-Ireland glory as a manager.
# green and red
Andy Moran: 'My gut is saying Mayo - I do believe it's our time'
The former Mayo star looks ahead to Saturday’s All-Ireland final.
# Brian Dooher
A Tyrone great on the sideline, first season bounce and 'phenomenal' Mayo
After three All-Ireland medal wins as a player, Brian Dooher faces into a final as Tyrone manager.
# Ticket Hunt
Croke Park capacity set at 41,150 for All-Ireland senior football final
Mayo face Tyrone in the decider on 11 September.
# The Sunday Game
'It was shocking' - Ó Sé questions Kerry and has doubts over management ability to land All-Ireland
The Kerry All-Ireland winner was left frustrated by his county’s inability to get to grips with the Tyrone running game.
# Talking Points
Tyrone transformed, Kerry left stunned and an unexpected All-Ireland final pairing
A look at some key issues that emerged following yesterday’s action at Croke Park.