As Tyrone beat Kerry we look back at a dramatic Sunday, we look ahead to the Under 20s and a crunch clash for the hurlers. And just what did Kieran Donaghy tweet ?
A look back at an opening league win, we hear from Kieran Mc Geary and Mickey Harte. Peter Canavan looks ahead to the Mc Crory cup action and has a view on the new league structures while Barry O’Donnell offers expert opinion
Tyrone claim the Mc Kenna cup again and three Tyrone teams open their league campaigns this weekend. Darren Mc Curry, Mickey Harte and Barry O’Donnell contribute.
The BOI Dr Mc Kenna Cup finals on Saturday, we hear from Mickey Harte and of course The Banty is back. We also hear about a big day for Aghyaran
Tyrone reach the Mc Kenna cup last four and it’s Down next. We hear from man of the match Conn Kilpatrick and Mickey Harte expects Cathal Mc Shane to remain with his squad. Plus the Under 20s are away to Louth this week and as we reveal in the Herald today, Healy Park is getting […]
We launch into a new year with breaking news about Cathal Mc Shane, we hear from fellow new all star Ronan Mc Namee. We also look ahead to the start of the new season with Barry O’Donnell
We hear from Tyrone Captain Mattie Donnelly as he looks to his recovery and Barry O’Donnell looks back at the Tyrone convention,
The Red Hand Podcast comes from the Launch of the Bank of Ireland Dr Mc Kenna Cup on Wednesday night. We hear from Tyrone manager Mickey Harte and players from Armagh and Cavan who were drawn against the Red Hands. We talk to Ulster President Oliver Galligan and as Loughmacrory get promotion we hear Gary […]
What a weekend ahead for Galbally, we preview the Ulster club final, look ahead to the Loughmacrory Eglish play-off game and also hear from Omagh Chairman Conor Sally as they prepare to host the Ulster club senior final again.
Heartbreak for the Dungannon hurlers, Galbally advance and in the play offs it’s Owen Roes facing Loughmacrory while veteran goalkeeper John Devine just keeps on winning. We hear from the clubs John Moylan, Colm Mc Guinness, Barry Tracey and Gary Conway with the expert view of Barry O’Donnell