Sean Cavanagh

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Mickey Harte lifts Sam Maguire in 2005. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

In the end there was a kind of symmetry in the way Mickey Harte headed over the horizon in this, the very year that football reverted to pure knockout(...)

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte is ‘one of the most influential managers Gaelic games has seen’. File photograph: Inpho

Sometime after half-past-three last Sunday afternoon, Mickey Harte sat staring out from a bleak, darkening stand on to an empty torn up football field(...)

Kerry players get ready ahead of their clash with Donegal in Tralee. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

It looks like the GAA’s unhappy lot to have wider divisions calcifying around the unique circumstances of the 2020 All-Ireland senior championships. (...)

A few simple words from Seán Cavanagh in an interview has seen him come in for abuse on social media. Photo: Ken Sutton/Inpho

For someone with so distinguished a football career and a generally impeccable way of carrying himself, former Tyrone captain Seán Cavanagh appears to(...)

A dejected Seán Cavanagh after the 2017 semi-final against Dublin in Croke Park. File photograph: Inpho

Three-time All-Ireland winner Seán Cavanagh doesn’t deserve to be “crucified” for referring to the North as “up here in the UK”, according to the man (...)

Tyrone’s Tiernan McCann is confronted by Donegal’s Ryan McHugh. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Tyrone defender Tiernan McCann has admitted that coming under a social media spotlight is “not easy” and has appealed for online critics to be “very c(...)

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(...)

Donegal’s Michael Murphy hasn’t played in an All-Ireland semi-final or final since 2014 and he wants to change that this year. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Seasons change. It’s been seven summers and winters since Michael Murphy lifted the Sam Maguire for the first and, so far, the only time in his life. (...)

Michael Lyster presenting The Sunday Game in 1990. The broadcaster spent 35 years fronting the live programme.

When it comes to sports documentaries of recent times, Loosehorse has proved to be something of a thoroughbred, producing ‘Jayo’, ‘Blues Sisters’, ‘Mi(...)

In 2003 Tyrone whipped themselves into a welter of energy and fury and blindly crowded whatever player in green and gold happened to have the football. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Certain cinema scenes remain imperishable: the shark fin coming out of the summer waters in Amity; the extra-terrestrial in the bicycle basket; Henry (...)

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