A mouth watering senior football championship semi-final is on the agenda in Tyrone after both Errigal Ciaran and St Macartan's emerged
The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.
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O'Neill's U21 Football KO at 7.30pm
"There is more important things in life than sport."
The draws for the 2016 Ulster club football and hurling championships have been made.
Alphalot for Monday the 11th was B J M Q W. Sellers prize = Orla Mulgrew.
Tyrone's Tiernan McCann has broken his silence on that hair raising experience in last year's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final victory over Monaghan.
Former All Star defender Paddy Christie says Tyrone present the biggest threat to Dublin's chances of retaining Sam Maguire this year.
The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.
Strabane Sigersons GAA hosted the biggest Tyrone Football Camp of the summer with 205 children in attendance all sampling the delights of Gaelic Football hosted at the excellent facilities at Páirc Mhic Sioghair over the course of four days.
Tyrone goalkeeper Niall Morgan was taken aback when somebody in the Donegal camp referred to the Red Hands as a team of individuals on Sunday.
After an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, here are the players that make our team of the week...
Pearse Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park will host next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier ties, while Croke Park will stage a Round 4B double-header on Saturday week.
Three provincial football crowns were decided on Sunday while Saturday saw plenty of qualifier action. Do you know your stuff?
Sean Cavanagh is hoping yesterday's Ulster SFC triumph will herald a new and exciting era for Tyrone.
Tyrone's Cathal McShane pleads his innocence but team-mate Joe McMahon is having none of it...
Mickey Harte says Tyrone supporters were entitled to celebrate their 'special' win over Donegal.
"(It's a) proud day to be a Tyrone man and it's a long time coming."
An inspirational Peter Harte point in the 75th minute helped Tyrone beat Donegal by 0-13 to 0-11 in a tense Ulster final at Clones.
There were some jubilant scenes in the Tyrone dressing room following this afternoon's Ulster SFC final victory over Donegal in Clones.
Tyrone, Galway and Dublin are celebrating provincial glory this evening following an action-packed day of gaelic football.