Tyrone refute claim that death of a player's father was used in sledging
Tyrone have denied the claim that one of their players taunted a Donegal minor footballer over the death of his father.
"I would never dream of stooping to such a low"
Ryan McMenamin says he's disgusted by claims that a Donegal minor player was taunted by the death of his father from cancer.
Jordan admits to 'sledging' opponents who targeted him
Philip Jordan has admitted that he indulged in 'sledging' during his Tyrone career - but only when provoked by the opposition.
Devlin facing eight-week ban
Tyrone selector Gavin Devlin is facing a proposed eight-week ban following a CCCC probe into the half-time melee in Ballybofey last Sunday.
McShea hits out at Cavanagh comments
Donegal great Pauric McShea has taken exception to Sean Cavanagh's comments on what transpired on the field of play during last Sunday's Ulster SFC clash.
17 All Stars among teams confirmed for GAA Open Charity Game
A host of former Gaelic Football stars will line out for a special charity game as part of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf events next week in Newcastle.
McMahon staying positive
As Tyrone head for the Qualifiers, Justin McMahon remains positive that they can yet have a say in this year's championship.
Donnelly Vauxhall Tyrone Senior and Intermediate Championship Fixtures
McGuinness: Murphy treatment calculated
Jim McGuinness says Tyrone adapted a "calculated" approach to take Michael Murphy out of Sunday's game.
Cavanagh's sledging concern
Sean Cavanagh is worried that the sledging epidemic prevalent in gaelic football could damage players' mental health.
HS football team of the week
There's nothing like the championship to herald the start of the summer, here's our football team of the week ...
Harte accentuates the positives
Mickey Harte was far from downbeat after Tyrone's defeat to Donegal.
Championship tweets: Donegal get over the line
As expected, the Ulster SFC meeting of Donegal and Tyrone generated plenty of discussion on Twitter ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"I felt probably that while the officials did a good job that Michael was targeted."
Ulster SFC: late Murphy frees see Donegal past Tyrone
Three late Michael Murphy points gave Donegal a 1-13 to 1-10 victory over Tyrone in a niggly and petty preliminary-round clash at wet and windy Ballybofey.
As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Today saw three games down for decision as the Leinster and Connacht SFC continued, while the Ulster campaign got underway.
"There was very little in it"
Rory Gallagher has played down the half-time flare-up between Donegal and Tyrone.
Ulster MFC: holders off to a flier
Donegal held Tyrone scoreless in the second half as they began the defence of their Ulster MFC crown with an impressive victory at a rain-lashed Ballybofey.
Jordan: Donegal have mental edge
Philip Jordan fears the apparent psychological advantage Donegal hold over Tyrone could derail the Red Hands' Ulster SFC ambitions.
Rackard Cup round-up: Donegal and Tyrone advance
Donegal and Tyrone successfully negotiated their respective Nicky Rackard Cup quarter-final hurdles today.
Harte takes aim at referees
The failure of referees to properly implement the black card in gaelic football has been described as a "joke if it wasn't so serious" by Mickey Harte.
Preview: Ulster SFC - Donegal v Tyrone
"I said to the players afterwards that this was as bad a performance as I have been involved with from a Tyrone team over all the time I have been involved, at any level, and at any age."
Team news: No room for McFadden
Colm McFadden has been omitted from the Donegal starting 15 for tomorrow's crunch Ulster SFC opener against Tyrone in Ballybofey.
Ulster SFC preview: 'The draw from hell'
No disrespect to the other games down for decision but, as far as neutrals are concerned, the Ulster SFC meeting of holders Donegal and Tyrone is the only show in town this weekend.
Check out Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner's Fantasy Gaelic teams
The official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; and we have a sneak peak at the selections of Derry's Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner from Mayo.
Team news: No Morgan in Tyrone 15
Tyrone will line-up against Donegal in Sunday's Ulster SFC preliminary round clash without first choice goalkeeper Niall Morgan.
Canavan links up with Fulham Irish
Peter Canavan has joined the Fulham Irish senior football management set-up.
Watch: the Ulster championship gets a Star Wars makeover
The Ulster championship is always a battle, so check out how it looks previewed in a Star Wars fashion.
Donnelly: Tyrone need to keep the goals out
Tony Donnelly has stressed the importance of Tyrone keeping their goal intact against Donegal.
Tyrone sweating on Morgan's fitness
Despite reports to the contrary, Niall Morgan is a major doubt for Tyrone ahead of Sunday's Ulster SFC clash against Donegal.
Devlin optimistic Red Hands can prove their critics wrong
Mickey Harte's second-in-command Gavin Devlin doesn't subscribe to the theory that Tyrone are a spent force.
Calling all Cúl Heroes to Croke Park
Cúl Heroes is the new official trading card of the GAA/GPA which provides an innovative way of promoting Gaelic games, the players and the unique skills of our national games.
Mickey Harte still grieving over Michaela
Mickey Harte says he is still heartbroken after his daughter's murder in Mauritius in January 2011.
McCurry a man on a revenge mission
A lack of talent is not the problem for Tyrone, it's consistency, according to Darren McCurry.
Mother and son launch the Irish Kidney Association's annual Run for a Life
A mother and son who hold a unique double record for living donor kidney transplantation were at Corkagh Park last week to announce the Irish Kidney Association's annual Run for a Life (www.runforalife.ie).