St.Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 3-16 St.Patrick’s Cavan 2-15
Ardboe 2-9 Errigal Ciaran 0-12
The Tyrone senior hurlers produced a gritty display to secure an eye catching opening round Rackard Cup victory over Louth, at Carrickmore on Saturday afternoon, writes Geoffrey Gillis.
‘If Niall Morgan was a bar of chocolate, he’d eat himself’ was the headline on the story! Insulting? You may think so, but the sub-heading suggested otherwise: ‘But, as a player, he’s worth every cent of the ticket price’ it said.
Derrylaughan 1-6 Omagh 1-11
Late points from Dean Rock and Jack McCaffrey swept unconvincing Dublin to an agonisingly narrow win over gutsy Tyrone in an intoxicating National League Division One final in Croke Park on Sunday, writes Seamus Donnelly.
The Tyrone senior hurlers will attempt to put a disappointing league campaign behind them this Saturday in Omagh, when they start their Nicky Rackard Cup challenge against Louth, writes Geoffrey Gillis.
It has been a busy couple of weeks for all involved in Tyrone camogie, the county players finding themselves preparing for an All-Ireland league final this week and it will be one of the biggest matches most of the players will ever have experienced.
Carrickmore 0-8 Eglish 1-10
Moortown 2-11 Dungannon 2-8
Tyrone go in search of their first National Football League crown in a decade on Sunday when they face off against hot favourites Dublin in Croke Park, writes Seamus Donnelly.
An opportunist Sean Leonard goal two minutes into injury time consigned the Tyrone Senior Hurlers to the Division 3B ranks following a compelling NHL relegation play off victory, at Kingspan Breffni Park on Saturday.
You’ve often heard the expression about turkeys voting for Christmas, I’m sure. It’s not alway appropriate when relating it to the actions of journalists, but I suspect it’s perhaps what my former colleagues in the Ulster GAA Writers are doing, if what I’m told is happening.
Holy Trinity’s hopes of retaining the All-Ireland U18 Vocational Schools title and becoming the last winners of the competition ended in disappointment at Croke Park on Saturday afternoon when they lost out to Cnoc Mhuire, Granard, writes Kevin Kelly.
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Weather for Dungannon
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 7 mph
Wind direction: South east
Temperature: 8 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North