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Super 8s Final Round Fixture Details Released For Bank Holiday Weekend

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The fixture details have been released ahead of the final phase of the All-Ireland Super 8s campaign which is set to take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Depending on the results of this weekend’s Croke Park double-headers on Saturday and Sunday, the final phase of games could prove pivotal in determining who qualifies for this year’s All-Ireland SFC …

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Peter Harte Cleared To Play In Super 8s Clash With Roscommon

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Peter Harte has been cleared to play in Tyrone’s opening Super 8s game against Roscommon on Saturday after having one of his black card offences overturned. Harte has been the topic of much discussion after receiving three black cards in this season’s Championship, with his dismissal the last day out against Cavan meaning that he must serve a one-match suspension. …

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“What Would They Have Preferred Hearing – Incy Wincy Spider?”

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Owen Mulligan has defended the Tyrone players after footage was shared of them singing rebel songs following their win over Cavan last weekend.  The All-Ireland winner described the incident, which has bee condemned both north and south of the border, as “just lads having craic”. The Paddy Power columnist thinks the whole situation has been blown out of proportion. “The …

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Tyrone Stroll Past Weak Cavan Challenge To Secure Super 8s Berth

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Tyrone 1-20 Cavan 0-7  Tyrone have secured their passage into the quarter-finals of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship thanks to a one-sided victory over Cavan in Clones. Mickey Harte’s side never looked in trouble as they eased to victory in what was a disappointing performance from Cavan. Cavan took the lead thanks to a free from Niall Murray. The …

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Tyrone Send Out Statement With Powerful Win Over Kildare

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Kildare 1-15 Tyrone 2-22 Tyrone have progressed to the next round of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship thanks to a 2-22 to 1-15 victory over Kildare at St. Conleth’s Park in Newbridge. There was no repeat heroics from last year’s infamous ‘Newbridge or Nowhere’ when Kildare sent Mayo out of the Championship as they struggled to compete with the pace …

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It’s Newbridge or Nowhere For Mickey Harte This Weekend

Tyrone travel to Newbridge this weekend for their crunch Round 3 qualifier clash with Kildare in an intriguing encounter that could go either way given the current form of both sides.  Mickey Harte’s men had four points to spare over Longford last weekend while Kildare travelled to Belfast and came away with a big win over a plucky Antrim outfit. …

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Mayo Draw Down But Tie Of The Round Sees Monaghan Host Armagh

Mayo will travel to Páirc Esler to take on Down in the second round of this year’s All-Ireland Football Championship Qualifiers. The tie of the round, however, sees Ulster rivals, Monaghan host Armagh in Clones. Elsewhere, after defeat to Donegal on Saturday, Tyrone face a trip to Longford as they begin their road through the qualifiers. After defeating Wicklow on …

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Conclusions As Clinical Donegal Swat Aside Tyrone Challenge

Tyrone 0-15 Donegal 1-16 Donegal are through to the 2019 Ulster SFC final following a convincing win over Tyrone at Breffni Park this evening.  In truth, four points flattered Tyrone who were second best from the get-go of this highly-anticipated encounter. Donegal, however, were brilliant throughout in particular their forward unit who ran Tyrone ragged all afternoon. Here are our …

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All-Ireland Contenders Out In Force As Football Takes Centre Stage

Gaelic football takes centre stage this weekend as All-Ireland champions, Dublin, start their journey towards what they hope is an unprecedented five-in-a-row.  They take on a Louth side who will be buoyed by their goal-scoring exploits in 2019. The game in Portlaoise will act as the main event in a double-header with Carlow versus Meath. Another Leinster double-header goes down …

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Lee Brennan Quits Tyrone Panel Citing Lack Of Game Time

Lee Brennan has stepped away from the Tyrone panel citing a lack of game time as the reason. Niall Gartland of the Ulster Herald reported on Monday that the tricky Trillick forward informed Mickey Harte of his decision over the weekend before subsequently playing for his club on Saturday. News of Brennan’s departure is a further blow to Tyrone following …

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Owen Mulligan: London Camp On The Same Level As Tyrone

The All-Ireland Championship kicks into gear this weekend when London welcome Galway to McGovern Park, Ruislip, for the quarter-final of the Connacht Senior Football Championship. It’s a tough ask for London taking on last year’s All-Ireland semi-finalists with former player, Owen Mulligan, admitting as much. However, the Tyrone legend was adamant in his assessment that there is no difference between …

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