Scór Sinsear County Final report

The Tír Eoghain Scór Sinsear County Finals were held in the Dún Uladh Centre on Sunday evening last in front of a good sized audience and were treated to a wonderful display of our national culture.

"I can't understand why they are still at it - it's extraordinary"

Eugene McGee is flabbergasted that the number of black cards being handed out continues to rise.

HS football team of the week

Here's the players that stood out for us on the second weekend of Allianz Football League action...

Caman Tir Eoghain hurling programme

The seeds of a new generation for youth hurling in Tyrone are being sown with the new Camán Tír Eoghain programme being rolled out at the Mid Ulster sports arena

Danny Rouse Memorial Minor Tournament

Strabane Sigersons hosted their sixth annual Danny Rouse Memorial Minor Tournament on Saturday past at Páirc Mhic Sioghair, Ballycolman with Carrickmore St Colmcille's emerging as winners over Dromore St Dympna's in the decider.

GAA tweets of the week

It's early days in the Allianz Football Leagues but...

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"We were wondering would we be miles out of our depth. That was a worry, would we be miles off it?"

Lidl Ladies NFL round-up: Kerry upset holders

New Cork ladies senior football team manager Ephie Fitzgerald has added former county player and Nemo Rangers forward James Masters to his backroom team for the 2016 campaign.

Harte relieved to get past Tribe

Mickey Harte says Tyrone were fortunate enough to come away from Salthill with victory over Galway this afternoon having lost control of the game at certain stages.

FL2: Tyrone hold off 14-man Galway

Tyrone were forced to withstand a late comeback by 14-man Galway before securing their second win in Division 2 at Pearse Stadium.

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

It was a busy Sunday afternoon in the national football league with a dozen games down for decision around the country.

Tyrone need to be more clinical - Mulligan

Owen Mulligan feels that Tyrone must be more clinical in attack if they are to improve on their fortunes from last season.

The GAAmbler: Things aren't looking up for Down

Having enjoyed last week's return to National League action and especially Antrim's profitable win over Carlow, the only negative from a betting point of view was Downs's heavy defeat to Donegal.

Allianz FL previews: Holders head west

Previews for this weekend's National Football League Round Two fixtures (Divisions 1-4).

Lidl Ladies NFL Round Two previews

Previews for Round Two of the Lidl Ladies National Football League this Sunday.

Red Hands' potential excites McMahon

Joe McMahon believes Tyrone's U21 stars can springboard them towards another golden era.

Rogers injury accidental, says Harte

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has defended Tiernan McCann over accusations that he deliberately injured Derry opponent Brendan Rogers in last month's McKenna Cup final.

Team news: Tyrone shake up for Tribe test

Niall Morgan, Ronan McNamee, Padraig McNulty and Darren McCurry will make their first starts of the FL Division 1 campaign for Tyrone in Sunday's trip to Salthill to face Galway.

Brendan Harkin appointed Uachtarán CLG Thír Eoghain

Killyclogher clubman Brendan Harkin will serve as Uachtarán CLG Thír Eoghain for the next five years.

Killeeshil GAA presents A Wake in the West

If you're in need of something to lift the spirits and beat those New Year Blues, be sure to get your tickets for Killeeshil GAA's

Lá na gClubanna returns to GAA Calendar

Uachtarán CLG Aogán Ó Fearghail today announced the return of Lá na gClubanna to the GAA Calendar in 2016.

Harte expects tough Tribe test

Tyrone boss Mickey Harte says his side face "a very tough game" when they travel to take on Galway this Sunday in a clash of promotion favourites in Division Two.

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