Heartbreak for the Tyrone ladies at Croke Park but it’s not all doom and gloom. The Tyrone championship delivers some thrillers and we hear from the four senior semi-finalists.
Tyrone back at Croke Park this Sunday, we preview the ladies all Ireland final as Tyrone play Tipperary. We also look back at the Tyrone club championship. Carrickmore, Errigal Ciaran, Greencastle and Gortin feature as well as several of the ladies squad.
It’s championship time, we have reaction from Pomeroy, Trillick, Clonoe and Coalisland as they progress to the next round of the senior championship, we hear from Carrickmore on their four in a row and from St Macartans as they claim the ladies crown
This week we look ahead to the Tyrone Ladies finals, hear from the ladies camp as they book an all Ireland place and Francie Mooney talks to Ciaran Gervin as Derrylaughan clinch division two.
The end of the road for Sean Cavanagh, the end of the road for the senior team at Croke Park, what now for Mickey Harte. The 17s win a first all Ireland and the ladies focus on Sligo. Its a mixed bag in this weeks podcast.
The highlights of the Omagh Big Game Chat show from Thursday night, featuring Peter Canavan, Joe McMahon, Monaghan’s Conor McManus and Dublin’s Seanan Connell. Our panel look at the Tyrone Dublin game and have plenty to say about Mickey Harte, what changed Dublin, Stephen Cluxton and even a flying boot!
A very special edition of our podcast featuring Mickey Harte and Aidan McCrory ahead of the all Ireland semi-final. We also hear from Collie Holmes and Tyrone ladies star Grainne Rafferty
Listen to a round-up from the weekend’s Junior Championship and we hear from Collie Holmes after his Tyrone Under 17s reached the All-Ireland final.
A look back at Tyrone’s win over Armagh with Mickey Harte, Peter Harte, Ronan O’Neill and our own Barry O’Donnell. We also hear about the Tyrone ladies football championship.
Tyrone V Armagh….conjures up some great memories from the noughties and we look ahead to the next chapter with Mickey Harte and Sean Cavanagh. We have all the build up