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Tyrone’s Conor McKenna celebrates scoring his side’s crucial third goal during the one-point victory over Kerry at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Tyrone 3-14 Kerry 0-22 [after extra-time] Tyrone materialised out of Kerry’s bad dreams on Saturday to perform another spectacular coup in the tangle(...)

Conor Gormley in action for  Tyrone against Armagh’s Oisín McConville during the 2003 All-Ireland final at Croke Park. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

As a player, Conor Gormley won pretty much the lot with Tyrone teams, from provincial and All-Ireland titles to All Stars. He even captained Ulster to(...)

Tyrone celebrate their Ulster final victory over Monaghan at Croke Park. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Tyrone 0-16 Monaghan 0-15 Tyrone’s ceaseless whip-hand over Monaghan continues. For the fourth time in nine seasons, they ended their near neighbours(...)

It went from bad to worse for Tyrone last week when Cathal McShane went off with a bad injury. Photo: Evan Logan/Inpho

Supporters were thin on the ground when Mattie Donnelly appeared at the dressing room door in Tuam stadium last Sunday. The Galway crowd disappeared q(...)

Ronan O’Neill tries to evade Gerard Collins during Tyrone’s win over Down. Photograph: Philip Magowan/Inpho

Tyrone 2-16 Down 1-10 Tyrone cruised through to the Dr McKenna Cup final with a nine point win at the Athletic Grounds, where they survived a Do(...)

Donegal’s Michael Langan in action against Derry. Photograph: Evan Logan/Inpho

Dr McKenna Cup holders Tyrone set up a semi-final date with Down following their narrow victory over Armagh in an Athletic Grounds thriller on Wednesd(...)

Tyrone’s Cathal McShane scored six points in his team’s Ulster championship win over Antrim. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Antrim 2-9 Tyrone 2-23 Fourteen points in it at the end, but it was only down to Tyrone’s mercy in this most facile of wins for last year’s All-Irel(...)

Lee Brennan has left the Tyrone squad. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Lee Brennan has quit the Tyrone squad, citing a lack of game time as his reason for stepping away from the Red Hand set-up. The 23-year-old made the (...)

Padraig Pearses player and Irish Times journalist Eamon Donoghue in action in the Roscommon Senior Football Championship Final in 2016. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

TG4’s Underdogs series follows the journey of some of the best club players from around the country as they prepare to take on a county team. To be el(...)

Dublin’s Cormac Costello celebrates after their victory over Tyrone to win the All-Ireland SFC for the fourth time in a row. Photo: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 1-14 History came calling for Dublin in Croke Park on Sunday with a fourth successive All-Ireland title, the county’s 28th. Tyrone(...)

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