Tyrone GAA

  • Padraig Joyce has made a trio of changes to his Galway starting fifteen for Sunday's Allianz Football League clash with Tyrone.

    All Ireland club winner with Corofin Liam Silke comes into the half-back line, while Eamonn Brannigan and Adrian Varley restored to the forwards.

    John Daly, Finnian Ó Laoi and Michael Boyle are the players to drop out.

  • Galway 2-25 0-12 Tyrone

  • Maurice Deegan has been confirmed to referee Mayo v Tyrone this Sunday.

    The Allianz National Football League Division 1 clash between the sides will get underway at 2pm.

    The game will be live here on Midwest Radio Sport with Tom Carney on commentary joined by Declan O’Reilly on analysis.

    Our coverage is with thanks to Healthwest Community Pharmacy Ballindine.

    Mayo GAA officials are expecting a huge crowd to attend on Sunday and are advising patrons to purchase their tickets in advance of Sunday’s game.

    If you buy your tickets before midnight on Saturday you will receive a 20% discount.

    Adult tickets cost €12 in advance or €15 if you buy outside the ground on the day.

    U16's go free and tickets can be bought from local Supervalu & Centra shops.

  • The Mayo hurlers will get their Nicky Rackard campaign up and running tomorrow away to Tyrone.

    Manager Derek Walsh has made 5 changes to the starting 15 from their last game in the league v London.

     

    1. Ger Hogan

    2. Conor Murray 

    3. Conor Daly

    4. Sean Mulroy

    5. Sean Kenny

    6. Stephen Coyne

    7. David Kenny

    8. Kieran McDermott

    9. Cathal Freeman

    10, Cormac Phillips

    11. Kieran Kiely

    12. Sean Regan

    13. Shane Boland

    14. James Gallagher

    15. Adrian Phillips

  • Mickey Harte’s 18-year reign as Tyrone football manager is over.

    The 68-year old has confirmed he’s stepping down, after he was refused a one-year extension.

    Harte led Tyrone to three All Ireland football titles, six Ulster Championships and a league title.

    His final game in charge came earlier this month, and saw Tyrone beaten by Donegal in the Ulster quarter-finals.

  • After their phenomenal 25 point win last weekend the Mayo hurlers travel to Omagh to take on Tyrone in the next round of the Nicky Rackard Cup.

    A win for Derek Walsh's men on Saturday will guarantee a home semi-final.

    The game gets underway at 2pm with Tom Carney & Frank Browne bringing you all the action live from Healy Park with thanks to Delaney's Hardware Ballyhaunis.

  • Fermanagh match official Niall Cullen will take charge of Sunday’s Division 1 relegation decider between Mayo & Tyrone.

    Sunday’s crunch encounter will be live on Midwest Radio Sport in association with Ceramic City.

    The game throws-in at 2pm with Michael D. McAndrew & Declan O’Reilly on commentary duty.

  • Dr Hyde Park is the venue for the opening game of this year's Super-8's.

    Hubert Darcy comes into the Roscommon midfield in place of Conor Devaney for their meeting with Tyrone.

    Throw-in is at 5.

    After that, reigning All Ireland champions Dublin face Cork at Croke Park at 7.

    Anthony Cunnigham’s teams lines out as follows:

    Darren O’Malley

    David Murray

    Sean Mullooly

    Conor Daly

    Niall Daly

    Conor Hussey

    Ronan Daly

    Tadgh O’Rourke

    Shane Killoran

    Hubert Darcy

    Cathal Cregg

    Niall Kilroy

    Diarmuid Murtagh

    Conor Cox

    Enda Smith

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    Tyrone 2-11 Mayo 0-4

  • The Tyrone team for Sunday’s Division 1 clash with Mayo in Omagh shows two changes from the side which lost in Kerry last weekend.

    Kieran McGreary and Lee Brennan come in to replace Liam Raffety and David Mulgrew.

    There are also four positional switches with Michael Mc Kernan dropping into the full back line at No.2 and Peter Harte reverts to the wing half back at No.7.

    In the half forward line Niall Sludden takes over in the centre and Cathal Mc Shane goes to full forward.

    Tyrone team to play Mayo on Sunday…

    1

    Niall Morgan

    Éadan na dTorc

    2

    Michael McKernan

    Oileán a’Ghuail

    3

    Ronan McNamee

    Achadh Uí Aráin

    4

    Hugh Pat McGeary

    Cabhán a’Chaortainn

    5

    Tiernan McCann

    Coill an Chlochair

    6

    Rory Brennan

    Trí Leac

    7

    Peter Harte

    Aireagal Chiaráin

    8

    Brian Kennedy

    Doire Lochain

    9

    Declan McClure

    Cluain Eo

    10

    Matthew Donnelly

    Trí Leac

    11

    Niall Sludden

    An Droim Mhór

    12

    Kieran McGeary

    Cabhán a’Chaortainn

    13

    Darren McCurry

    Éadan na dTorc

    14

    Cathal McShane

    E. R. Uí Néill

    15

    Lee Brennan

    Trí Leac

    16

    Benny Gallen

    Achadh Uí Aráin

    17

    Frank Burns

    Cabhán a’Chaortainn

    18

    Kyle Coney

    Ard Bó

    19

    Conan Grugan

    An Ómaigh

    20

    Conal McCann

    Coill an Chlochair

    21

    Aidan McCrory

    Aireagal Chiaráin

    22

    Ben McDonnell

    Aireagal Chiaráin

    23

    Ciaran McLaughlin

    An Ómaigh

    24

    Conor Meyler

    An Ómaigh

    25

    Ronan O’Neill

    An Ómaigh

    26

    Liam Rafferty

    An Gallbhaile

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    Tyrone 3-09 
    Mayo 0-11

  • Tyrone match official Sean Hurson has been confirmed as the referee for Mayo’s 6th round Division 1 clash with Galway this weekend.

     

    Throw in at Pearse Stadium on Sunday is at 2pm.

     

    Mayo travel to Salthill in desperate need of points, as they sit precariously in the relegation zone.

     

    Galway on the other hand sit atop of the league table and will be looking to solidify a place in the League final.

     

    Midwest Radio will have full live commentary of Sunday’s local derby with Michael D. McAndrew and Martin Carney on duty.

     

    Our coverage is brought to you with thanks to Ceramic City Tiles.