With the All-Ireland senior football championship wrapped up for another year we take a look at some of the stand out moments over the past few months.
Good luck to Grainne Rafferty, Emma Mulgrew, Zoe Loughran, Shauna and Shannon Stevenson from all at Killeeshil GFC as they play Tipperary in the All-Ireland Final in Croke Park this Sunday
St. Macartans Ladies Congratulations to St Macs ladies who are Tyrone County Champions again this year.
Our Youth Programme continues this week, with all Primary School children training in Dunamanagh on Friday evenings from 6.30pm - 7.15pm.
On Friday night (22nd September), the club will host the Danny Rouse Memorial tournament, usually the tournament is held for minors however this year it will be for the senior men.
The Seniors defeated Dungannon in the 1st round of the Championship last Saturday on a scoreline 1-5 to 0-5
The match certainly lived up to the occasion as Dublin edged out Mayo in a thrilling Sam Maguire Cup decider. Here's our team of the week...
Tyrone ladies football chairperson Donna McCrory has hit out at the decision to fix men's club championship games for next Sunday when the Red Hand ladies are going for All-Ireland glory at Croke Park.
Dublin's three-in-a-row celebrations in full flow, more final heartbreak for unlucky Mayo and the outrageously talented David Clifford...
As the dust settles on Sunday's epic All-Ireland final, thought switch to the awards season and personal accolades. Who is your Footballer of the Year?
"The three-in-a-row wasn't on our agenda but, Jesus, we can talk about it now!"
History will be made on Wednesday night when a Tyrone SFC game will be played outside the county for the first time.
A ladies football club in Tyrone is mourning the tragic passing of one of its players in a road accident.
Next Sunday evening, the senior team are in championship action against Brocagh.
A 75th minute free by Dean Rock earned Dublin their third consecutive All-Ireland SFC title following a pulsating 1-17 to 1-16 win over a devastated Mayo side at Croke Park this afternoon.
And then there was one..
Mattie Donnelly believes today's mouth-watering All-Ireland SFC final match-up has all the makings of a draw.
The draws for the Ulster club football and hurling championships have been made.
It's the biggest weekend in the GAA calendar as Dublin and Mayo go head-to-head with the All-Ireland SFC title up for grabs.
Omagh forward Connor O'Donnell believes that they will benefit greatly from the fact that now the two McMahon brothers have retired from inter-county football.
Cathal McCarron expects Fermanagh to benefit greatly from Ryan McMenamin's involvement next year.
Cathal McCarron has poured cold water on reports that he could be about to throw in his lot with Kildare.