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
As we draw to the close of another year we look back at Tyrone and their campaigns of 2016 with Paddy Hunter and Barry O’Donnell
A seasonal look back at the club season in Tyrone and we also look back at Tyrones loss to Armagh at the weekend. Ulster win the Railway Cup with Peter Harte impressing again while history for Conor Gallagher and Drumragh Integrated as they claim a first Ulster Colleges title….. It’s a Christmas Cracker with Barry […]
Tyrone booked their place in the O’Fiaich cup with a good win over Louth last Sunday. Manager Mickey Harte was happy while at the Tyrone convention on Tuesday night Roisin Jordan revealed she wants a new Tyrone stadium, hear what she had to say.
Dromore claim the division one title, Tyrone open the defence of the O’Fiaich cup and our wonderful Tyrone Yearbook is released, we hear from Ciaran Meenagh, Dom Corrigan, Niall Sludden and our own Barry O’Donnell in this weeks Red Hand Weeekend
A super weekend for Rock and Pomeroy as they claimed Ulster club titles while Dromore and Killyclogher are gearing up for this weeks all county league division one final.
Urney are back in senior football and we hear from player manager Fergal McNulty, we also look ahead to a massive weekend of Ulster club final football with Rock and Pomeroy on duty at Newry. There’s also two division one semi-finals to look forward to.