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Harte highlights subs' impactMickey Harte says the introduction of Darren McCurry, Mattie Donnelly and Colm Cavanagh at half-time was key to Tyrone's McKenna Cup final victory over Cavan.
GAA tweets: Now this is what you call strength in depthEoin 'Bomber' Liston tweeted a pic of a Kerry subs bench from back in the day ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It is hard for them to get up and get going against the likes of Mayo and Galway."
All-Ireland club roundup: great day for British sidesSeven clubs, including three from Britain, have booked their tickets to Croke Park next month.
All-Ireland club JFC: Mitchel's await final opponentsJohn Mitchel's of Lancashire have qualified for their second All-Ireland club JFC final in six years after overcoming Westmeath's Moate All-Whites by 1-9 to 1-6 in Navan.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe O'Byrne Cup and FBD Connacht league finals took centre stage on a busy afternoon of club and county, football and hurling activity.
Pre-season finals top the billThe O'Byrne Cup final in Newbridge and Connacht FBD League final in Kiltoom take centre stage in what promises to be another busy afternoon of GAA fare.
McKenna Cup: Red Hands punish score shy CavanTyrone made it four McKenna Cup wins in-a-row when holding Cavan scoreless during the second-half of tonight's final at the Athletic Grounds.
Team news: Cavan line-up for Tyrone testManager Terry Hyland has made four changes to his Cavan team to face Tyrone in tonight's McKenna Cup final at the Athletic Grounds.
McDermott looking forward to 'massive' gameCavan respect Tyrone but they don't fear them according to Niall McDermott.
Team news: Red Hands shuffle the deckMickey Harte has shuffled the deck for tomorrow's McKenna Cup final versus Cavan.
Laochra Gael new season to feature McHale, Carey, O'Connor, Rock, Cummins and McMenaminThe popular GAA documentary series Laochra Gael returns to TG4 in February and a host of GAA stars will feature in the new season.is series has lots in store for GAA fans around the country.
Ulster chief defends McKenna CupUlster Council president Martin McAviney has shrugged off criticism of the Dr McKenna Cup.
Tyrone man stabbed for wearing GAA topA Co. Tyrone man who was stabbed in Belfast last Sunday evening believes he was targeted because he was wearing a GAA top.
McKenna and O'Byrne Cup finals to be televisedGAA armchair fans are in for an unexpected treat this weekend after it was confirmed that both the McKenna Cup and O'Byrne Cup finals will be televised live.
Three games in seven months followed by six in one month!Tyrone will play an unbelievable six competitive matches during the month of January.
McKenna Cup: Red Hands stroll past ArmaghTyrone are through to yet another Dr McKenna Cup final after crushing Armagh in front of 7,552 spectators at the Athletic Grounds, 3-10 to 1-8.
TG4 announce GAA schedule which features 48 gamesAfter the annual winter lay-off, TG4's Gaelic Games 2015 season begins at the beginning of February and will run continuously until early summer.
As it happened: Wednesday's McKenna Cup Match TrackerTwo intriguing Dr McKenna Cup semi-finals went down for decision tonight.
Tyrone official to climb Kilimanjaro in memory of his sonEamonn Cush, secretary of Tyrone club Rock St Patrick's, and his wife lost their son Eoin two days after he underwent heart surgery.
Team news: Orchard show strong handArmagh have chosen a strong fifteen to face Tyrone in the McKenna Cup semi finals.
Team news: Red Hand selectionThe Tyrone team chosen to take on fierce local rivals Armagh in Wednesdays McKenna Cup semi final reads.
McMahon expecting more of the sameWednesday night's McKenna Cup semi-final between Tyrone and Armagh should be an 'interesting game' according to Justin McMahon.
Setanta unveil impressive line-upThe recently retired trio of Rory Kavanagh, Aaron Kernan and Declan O'Sullivan are the new faces of Setanta Sport's Allianz football league coverage along with former Mayo manager James Horan.
HS football team of the weekIt's still very much early days in 2015 but the gaelic football scene cranked up a gear over the weekend, here's our football team of the week ...
HS hurling team of the weekCheck out who made the cut in our first hurling team of the week of 2015 ...
Change of venue for All-Ireland club JFC semi-finalThe venue for the All-Ireland club JFC semi-final between Brosna (Kerry) and Rock (Tyrone) on Sunday has been changed.
Harte relishing Armagh rematchMickey Harte says Tyrone are looking forward to renewing their rivalry with Armagh.
GAA tweets: Dublin's dinners sorted this weekKevin McManamon won't go hungry this week thanks to his Dublin team-mate Philly McMahon ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The boys showed great composure when we were under the cosh and especially when Cork brought in their marquee players."
McKenna Cup: Tyrone set up Orchard rematchTyrone remain on course for a four-in-a-row of McKenna Cups after Kyle Coney's 38th minute goal helped them defeat Antrim at Clones.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was time to sort the wheat from the chaff in the early-season intercounty competitions.
Final places up for grabs in three provincesThe pre-season action continues this afternoon with 11 football and seven hurling ties down for decision.
Explainer: how the proposed new fixtures calendar will workThe GAA has issued a press release explaining in full the reasons behind the proposed new annual fixture list ...