Our new look Red Hand Podcast, new time but lots of Tyrone GAA as we look back at the first weekend of the All County League . We have the views of Colm Mc Cullagh, Stephen Mc Hugh, Brian Mulligan, Mickey Donnelly and our own Barry O’Donnell while we also talk to Jacqui Mc Hendry […]
No league final but a good win over Galway, we look back at that game and look ahead to the start of the Tyrone All County League
Tyrone off to Dublin and it’s the Mc Rory cup final, We hear from Omagh CBS Manager Kieran Donnelly and Captain , Trillick’s Liam Gray. We look ahead too as Mickey Harte takes his side to Croke Park and the league fixtures are released.
Tyrone return to action this weekend against Monaghan, we speak exclusively from Mickey Harte and Monaghan’s Owen Lennon. We also focus on the hurlers loss to the Farney last weekend.
We reflect on Tyrones draw with Roscommon, the hurlers face Monaghan on Sunday and Niall Gartland casts an eye over the league campaign to date.
Tyrone slip up again in the national league, we hear from Mickey Harte, the hurlers good run continued and the ladies open with a draw. Barry and Paddy review the action and look ahead
Tyrone lose in Kerry ahead of meeting Mayo on Sunday. We look back at the weekend action with Alan Rodgers, Mickey Harte and Ronan Mc Namee. We hear from the Mayo camp with Paddy Durcan and from the Tyrone hurlers and ladies.
We reflect on another Mc Kenna cup success with Tyrone manager Mickey Harte, we look ahead to the start of the football league with Kerry and hear from Kingdom boss Peter Keane while we also feature Coalisland, UUJ and Tyrone star Michael Mc Kiernan
We begin a new year of podcasts with a look ahead to the Mc Kenna cup final with Barry O’Donnell and with the men in charge of both Tyrone and Armagh Mickey Harte and Kieran Mc Geeney. We look at the new rules and also focus on the new players for Tyrone
We look ahead to the opening round of 2019 football action with Thursdays Mc Kenna Cup clash with Derry. We hear from Mickey Harte and Rory Brennan with our own Barry O’Donnell. We also take a snapshot look back at 2018 in this our final edition of the year.