Tyrone Hurlers Through To League Final
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by NoelUser
3w ago
  Tyrone senior hurlers are through to the National League final after a hard fought and closely contested win over neighbours and rivals Donegal on Saturday afternoon. Cormac Munroe (1-1), Lorcan Devlin (1-1), Tiernan Morgan (1-1), Joe Mc Toal (1-0) and Sean Óg Grogan scored the all important goals for the Red Hands while Aidy Kelly, Ben Gormley, Fionn Devlin and Rory Weir were among the points for the winners who can now look forward to a clash with Derry in the final. Although Tyrone led by five at half time the home side reeled them in going down the stretch but Tyrone managed to hold ..read more
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U20 Hurlers Open Campaign with Win
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by teamtalkuser
2M ago
Ulster U20 Hurling Development League  Armagh 0-11 Tyrone 2-13 Tyrone U20 Hurlers got their season off to a winning start this afternoon in Middletown and came away with a comfortable eight point win over their hosts.  The Red Hands got off to a dream start leading 2-2 to 0-1 after only seven minutes.  Leo Hughes and Fionn Corry bagging the two majors while Ronan O’Sullivan and AJ McCann clipped over the two points.  Armagh’s point coming from Daire Harvey.  By half time Tyrone led 2-6 to 0-6 thanks to points from Aidan Woods 0-2, Leo Hughes and AJ McCann. Tyrone pushe ..read more
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Hurlers Suffer Opening Day Defeat
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by teamtalkuser
2M ago
  Allianz Hurling League Div 2B Derry 2-20 Tyrone 0-16 Tyrone started life in division 2B of the national hurling league when they suffered defeat at the hands of their hosts Derry. Despite a strong third quarter, which saw Tyrone hit seven unanswered points but a goal from Corey O’Reilly in the 53rd minute, guided Derry to victory. Derry, with the aid of a strong breeze, started brightly, and with Cormac O’Doherty and midfield partner Ruairi O’Mianain in commanding form, they led by 9 points by the mid point of the half. Aidy Kelly opened Tyrone’s account in the 19th minute, but with thr ..read more
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Tyrone Lose Out In Conor Mc Gurk Cup
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by NoelUser
3M ago
  Conor McGurk Cup Tyrone 4-12 Antrim 3-23 They may have come away with an eight point loss but Tyrone senior hurling manager Stephen McGarry was more than satisfied with his side’s performance in Garvaghey last night against an Antrim side containing half a dozen first team starters. Antrim blitzed the opening minutes of the contest leading 0-5 to no score after 8 mins.  They had five different scorers during that time with Niall McKenna, Conal Cunning, Gerard Walsh, Niall McGarel and Aodhan McGarry all recording points for the visitors. Aidan Kelly opened Tyrone’s scoring from the ..read more
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Eire Og Secure Ulster Minor Hurling Shield
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by NoelUser
4M ago
  A superb second half display from Eire Óg at Ballinascreen on Sunday helped the Tyrone champions to the Ulster Minor Hurling Shield title against Armagh side Craobh Ciaran on a score line of 1-12 to 0-9. Played in difficult conditions, and despite playing wind assisted in the first half, the Carrickmore based side went in at the break only three ahead with Aidan Woods and Francie Hurson among the points. Eire Óg introduced Kevin Cuddy at the start of the second half and that change had a huge bearing on the outcome. Cuddy’s all action style and constant running caused all sorts of diffi ..read more
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Eire Óg Lose Narrowly
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by NoelUser
4M ago
Ulster Intermediate Hurling Championship Final Setanta 1-16 Eire Og 2-11 Eire Óg went into Saturday’s Ulster Intermediate Final against Setanta with a fair degree of confidence and self belief following wins over Lisbellaw and Creggan in their Ulster campaign. Unfortunately for them they didn’t get to the performance levels of those two games and, in the first half particularly, looked undercooked and off the pace. The Tyrone champions appeared somewhat subdued during the opening half as a Gerard Gilmore inspired Setanta side reached the break leading by six on a 0-11 to 0-5 scoreline. Eire Óg ..read more
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Cappagh Avenge Championship Loss To NCC
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by NoelUser
6M ago
  A large crowd turned up at Garvaghy on Wednesday evening for the Grade 2 league final between Cappagh and NCC. After a very entertaining game Cappagh emerged 2-10 to 1-5 winners. The scoreboard fails to tell the whole story as the game was much closer that the double scores win it turned out to be. Despite playing with the breeze Cappagh took a while to settle and NCC  controlled most oof the early possession and created the better chances in the first half. NCC went in at the break leading 1-4 to 0-4 with their goal coming from the impressive Pol O’Brien and points from Callum Jac ..read more
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Statement – Tyrone Senior Hurling Manager
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by NoelUser
8M ago
Statement – Tyrone Senior Hurling Manager An Coiste Bainistí Thír Eoghain are delighted to recommend the appointment of Stephen McGarry as manager of the Tyrone Senior Hurling team. Stephen was a member of Michael McShane’s coaching team over the last three seasons, playing a key role in achieving promotion to Allianz League Division 2B and winning the Nickey Rackard Cup in 2022. The decision of the Management Committee will be brought to the next meeting of Coiste Chontae Thír Eoghain for ratification. The post Statement – Tyrone Senior Hurling Manager appeared first on TeamTalk Mag ..read more
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Mixed Fortunes For Tyrone Minor Sides In Championship
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by NoelUser
1y ago
Tyrone minor footballers and hurlers were both involved in championship games on Saturday with mixed fortunes and outcomes. The footballers enjoyed a comfortable win over Fermanagh at O’Neills Healy Park while the hurlers run in the Celtic Challenge came to an end at the semi final stage against Antrim. The Antrim lads were just a bit too sharp for Tyrone and by half time were in total control leading 2-8 to 0-5. Tyrone were more competitive after the break but the lack of depth in the squad took a toll and Antrim eased to a 5-17 to 2-9 win. Tyrone’s footballers were hotly tipped to win their ..read more
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Minor Hurlers Through To Celtic Challenge Semi Final
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by NoelUser
1y ago
  Tyrone minor hurlers made it through to the semi final of the Celtic Challenge after a high quality 4-9 to 1-14 win over Offaly at O’Neills Healy Park on Saturday afternoon. Played in near perfect conditions the the standard of hurling was superb and the commitment of both sides exceptional. After enjoying a period of early possession during which the visitors looked sharp and incisive Offaly began with a point from the stick of Noti Standisu. `Tyrone responded positively with a fine score from the impressive Aodhan Molloy whose physicality and pace caused Offaly problems all day. The ..read more
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