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.
Carrickmore claim the Paul Mc Girr Tournament and Tyrone will embark on the Mc Kenna cup campaign and Barry O’Donnell also reflects on the season coming to an end and the Tyrone GAA Annual
It was the end of the road for both Tattyreagh and Trillick at the weekend, we look back at their games. We also hear from Carrickmore as they make the Paul Mc Girr final..
We hear from Tyrone hurling manager Mattie Lennon as he reflects on the 2018 season, he calls for changes. Errigal Ciaran claim the division one title and we look ahead to Dungannon and Aghyaran
No joy for Coalisland but success for Tattyreagh and Trillick in Ulster club action we hear from all the teams involved and also look ahead to more Paul Mc Girr tournament football, we talk to Barry Campbell at Dromore.
A big weekend for Coalisland and Tattyreagh and we look ahead to two big games at the Athletic Grounds. We hear from Fianna man Ronan Mc Sherry and Alan Rodgers as we also feature a busy weekend on the club front.
Tattyreagh are set for Senior Football !! We hear from management and Captain. Coalisland ease to O’Neill cup number 10 as they beat Killyclogher, Damien O’Hagan shoots from the hip and takes no prisioners ……you can’t miss this. We also hear from our own Alan Rodgers.
Our Red Hand podcast features the build up to the LCC Group Tyrone intermediate and senior county finals , we hear from Augher and Tattyreagh, Coalisland and Killyclogher with expert opinion from Ronan Mc Sherry, Niall Gartland and sports editor Barry O’Donnell.
What a weekend it was for Newtownstewart as they clamed the junior title. We hear from the winning club, Coalisland and Killyclogher are set for the senior final as the Tatts and Augher progress to the Intermediate decider