There was no football for Tyrone last weekend with the focus now on the Monaghan game on Saturday night, we hear from Ronan McNamee and Monaghan’s Fintan Kelly ahead of the game at Omagh.
Heartbreak for Rock in their all Ireland club final, we hear from manager Adrian Nugent. Tyrone face a double bill at Omagh this weekend while the Omagh club is rocked by robbery, we hear from the St Enda’s secretary
After the draw between Tyrone and Dublin at the weekend for many Tyrone folk it’s back to HQ on Sunday as Rock St Patrick’s go in search of the all Ireland junior club title. Our special edition of RHW looks ahead to the Rocks date with destiny
There was an opening round victory for Tyrone in the national football league but as Mickey Harte suggests there will be a stern test on Saturday night at Croke Park . On Sunday then it’s the turn of the hurlers as they open against Monaghan Mattie Lennon can’t wait
The weekend just past really underscores what gaelic games are all about, heartbreak for Pomeroy, joy for Rock. We hear from both teams, Tyrone claim another McKenna cup and look ahead to the national league opener. It’s a packed edition of our weekly RHW
Tyrone 2-13 Derry 1-7 By Barry O’Donnell Goals in either half from Colm Cavanagh and Peter Harte (penalty) set holders Tyrone on the road to a crushing victory over Derry in the Dr McKenna Cup Final at Newry on Saturday night, so winning the pre-season provincial competition for the sixth year running. Advertisement Inspired by […]
The search for six continues this weekend as Tyrone face Derry….again in the McKenna cup final, a sixth title on the bounce is within Tyrones reach. We hear from Mickey Harte as we also look ahead to the all Ireland club semi-finals that feature Rock and Pomeroy
Tyrone beat UUJ but is it enough to make the semi-final and at the Gaelic Life awards Frank Burns picks up an all Star
Tyrone opened their McKenna cup campaign with a loss last weekend, On Saturday now it’s a must win against UUJ. Jordanstown boss Martin McHugh expects a tough outing but claimed the colleges should perhaps be out of the competition.
Welcome to 2017 and the first #RHW of the year…..we look ahead to the start of the Dr McKenna cup and hear Exclusively from the returning Tyrone hurling manager Mattie Lennon on why he has come back to the O’Neill County after a year away