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Tribute Tuesday – Peter Canavan

Tyrone were victorious in last weekend’s Ulster final. Sean Cavanagh was captain, leader and Man of the Match. We gave the Ulster final negative press, but let’s put some positivity back in Ulster by remembering Tyrone’s greatest ever captain and leader, Peter Canavan. It might be the second week in a row that we are paying tribute to a Tyrone footballer. …

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5 Moments That Defined The Kerry – Tyrone Rivalry

Kerry and Tyrone will lock horns once more tomorrow Although Kerry and Tyrone only met for the first time in the championship in 1986, the rivalry between the counties is intense. In a rivalry that has spanned the first fifteen years of the 21st century, Mickey Harte and Tyrone got under the skin of football’s aristocrats by deploying tactics that were both innovative …

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The Evolution Of Gaelic Football

Kilkenny gaelic football

Gaelic football has evolved rapidly within the last decade. The physicality, the professionalism and most notably the tactical aspect has been totally revolutionised. The modern style has come under much scrutiny but is it just a result of the times we live in?   In the aftermath of last year’s All-Ireland Final, it was labelled ”the worst final in years.” It was …

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