Tyrone PRO for the past five year’s Eunan Lindsay joins us this week as he reflects on his five years in office ahead of the Tyrone convention next week. We hear where he thinks things should be going in terms of PR in the county. The launch of the Mc Kenna cup was last week, […]
Moy are Ulster club champions ! We have all the reaction here on our RHW podcast, we also feature a very special interview with Michael Mc Girr about the Spirit of Paul Mc Girr charity and cup competition.
Moy go in search of an Ulster title on Sunday, we hear from them, from Derrytresk and Tattyreagh while Paddy is joined by Barry O’Donnell and Ronan Scott as we talk all things GAA as well as hear about the new Tyrone annual.
St Macartan’s welcome Cora Staunton to Augher this weekend, we hear from the Mayo star and the Tyrone and Ulster champions. Moy reach the Ulster final we hear from Sean Cavanagh with the Tatts hoping to join them.
Ulster club championship success for St Macartan’s at the weekend while Moy and Tattyreagh go in search of final spots this weekend and as Ireland play Australia in the international rules we hear from Irish boss Joe Kernan
As Omagh crash out of Ulster we hear from them, Moy and Tattyreagh. We also hear from our own Niall Gartland and Errigals Davy Harte as they claim the league title plus a look at the GAA master fixture plan
We look ahead to the weekends Ulster Club football championship action as Omagh, Moy and Tattyreagh open their campaigns. We hear from Stephen McHugh, Thomas McNicoll, Joe Mc Mahon, Conor O’Donnell and Slaughtneil pair Chrissy Mc Keague and Sean Cassidy
Omagh were crowned Tyrone senior champions on Sunday….We hear from Paddy Crozier, Joe McMahon, Conor O’Donnell and Ronan O’Neill from the winning camp and from Errigal manager Pascal Canavan. We also feature the success of Galbally and St Macartan’s
The Tyrone senior football final is our focus today. Omagh face Errigal and what a game it promises to be. We hear from Paddy Crozier, Pascal Canavan, Cathal McRory and Joe McMahon. We also dip into the junior and intermediate finals from last weekend.
Tyrone Intermediate and Junior Finals special with Moy, Derrylaughan, Tattyreagh and Clogher all featuring, we also hear from Omagh and Errigal ahead of the senior decider.