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Dublin: 8 °C Thursday 22 November, 2018


# tyrone-football - Thursday 1 November, 2018

7 Dublin stars feature on 2018 All-Star football team

Monaghan are the second-best represented side with three players included.

# tyrone-football - Saturday 22 September, 2018

'At times during my career I felt I was the only one on the planet that felt like this'

Sean Cavanagh discusses the obsession that drove him to greatness.

# tyrone-football - Wednesday 19 September, 2018

'I still have heavy concussion but recovering' - Cavanagh on the mend after injuries sustained in club match

The Tyrone All-Ireland winner was injured while in action for his club Moy.

# tyrone-football - Monday 17 September, 2018

Cavanagh called for second referee in GAA before weekend injuries

“I like the idea of a second referee with some of the stuff that goes on off the ball,” Sean Cavanagh told The42 last week.

More injury heartache for Tyrone forward McAliskey

Connor McAliskey suffered a broken ankle while playing for his club Clonoe yesterday.

# tyrone-football - Wednesday 12 September, 2018

Dublin, Kerry and Tyrone players to contest Young Footballer of the Year award

Brian Howard, David Clifford and Michael McKernan are all in the running.

12 players from Dublin as 11 counties feature in 2018 All-Star football nominations

Tyrone, Monaghan, Galway, Kildare, Donegal, Kerry, Laois, Fermanagh, Armagh and Carlow also have nominees.

# tyrone-football - Wednesday 5 September, 2018

Quiz: How well do you remember this year's football championship?

The curtain has been drawn on another inter-county football summer.

'I’m a massive fan of Jonny Cooper, the Sergio Ramos of Dublin' - Mugsy

Owen Mulligan has hailed Cooper and also says Mickey Harte is the right man to lead Tyrone forward.

Dublin set for away 2019 league opener against Monaghan, Kerry to entertain Tyrone

The provisional fixture list has been released for next spring’s action.

# tyrone-football - Tuesday 4 September, 2018

Analysis: Cluxton's best ever final display, Tyrone's sweeper and can anyone stop the Dubs in 2019?

The42 columnist Sean Murphy takes a closer look at Dublin’s All-Ireland final victory over Tyrone.

'I know something that's much, much worse than this and never could be compared to this'

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has been able to retain a sense of perspective in the wake of his first All-Ireland senior final defeat.

# tyrone-football - Monday 3 September, 2018

Cavanagh would have considered retirement had Tyrone lifted Sam

Colm Cavanagh has confirmed he’ll soldier on in 2019.

# tyrone-football - Sunday 2 September, 2018

Johnny Doyle: 'You'd have to be a brave man to bet against Dublin doing the five-in-a-row'

The Kildare legend reflects on another All-Ireland title for Jim Gavin and the Dubs.

Dublin's historic feat, Tyrone hit by goals and McCaffrey's day to savour

The 2018 championship drew to a close today.

'The credit our boys deserve is that they didn't allow this be the battering it was last year'

Mickey Harte hailed his beaten Tyrone players for fighting until the end.

Dominant Dubs! Jim Gavin's side clinch All-Ireland four-in-a-row as they defeat Tyrone

First-half goals from Paul Mannion and Niall Scully were key in clinching the final victory.

As it happened: Dublin v Tyrone, All-Ireland senior football final

Dublin completed the four-in-a-row after a six-point win over Tyrone.

Poll: Who will win today's All-Ireland senior football final - Dublin or Tyrone? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win today's All-Ireland senior football final - Dublin or Tyrone?

The biggest day on the Gaelic football calendar is here.

Michael Owen's 'dream' of a Liverpool return, the Tyrone man who played for Dublin and all the week's best sportswriting

Plus, 10 years on: how the Abu Dhabi ownership transformed Manchester City.

# tyrone-football - Saturday 1 September, 2018

'You were kind of like the black sheep by going to the gym as much as I did on my own'

Tyrone skipper Mattie Donnelly has been building towards Sunday’s All-Ireland final since he was a teenager.

Dubs name unchanged side for All-Ireland decider against Tyrone

Eoin Murchan and John Small are both set to start against Tyrone.

'Put yourself in his shoes - if your daughter had been murdered and that's how someone in RTÉ behaved'

Tyrone’s Cathal McCarron discusses his season-ending knee injury, Mickey Harte’s RTÉ stance and his memories from 2008.

# tyrone-football - Friday 31 August, 2018

'Tyrone are not coming down here to walk around behind the Artane Band'

Charlie Redmond was part of the last Dublin team to beat Tyrone in an All-Ireland final.

Mickey Harte reveals he is in the clear following cancer treatment

The Tyrone boss was diagnosed with bladder cancer in early 2015.

'As a child he was just a hero to anyone who grew up close to here'

Peter Harte grew up idolising Peter Canavan and now gets set for his own All-Ireland senior final debut.

# tyrone-football - Thursday 30 August, 2018

'Tyrone always believe, no matter how they’re going they always believe they can win'

Dublin great Alan Brogan has witnessed enough examples of Tyrone’s capabilities over the years.

# tyrone-football - Wednesday 29 August, 2018

The big talking points ahead of Sunday’s clash between Dublin and Tyrone

Can Tyrone stop Dublin’s four-in-a-row bid?

Quiz: Can you recognise these Dublin and Tyrone footballers from All-Ireland final days?

Let’s test your Gaelic football knowledge.

'This is the game he loves, this is the job he loves, this is the county he loves'

Mark Harte says his father Mickey is fully enjoying the build-up to his first All-Ireland final in a decade.

Turning down squad invite from Mickey Harte, a broken leg on 21st birthday and a Tyrone breakthrough at 24

Having taken his time to make a breakthrough, Niall Sludden will play a central role for Tyrone on Sunday.

# tyrone-football - Tuesday 28 August, 2018

Who are the leading contenders to win the 2018 Footballer of the Year?

Dublin and Tyrone players are the leading contenders before Sunday’s final showdown.

# tyrone-football - Monday 27 August, 2018

Jim Gavin: 'The perception that Tyrone are just defensive is incorrect'

Gavin is preparing to go head-to-head with Mickey Harte on Sunday, a man he says is “one of the all-time great Gaelic football managers.”

# tyrone-football - Saturday 25 August, 2018

'Mickey made us aware of the occasion and especially aware of the prize at the other end of it'

Tyrone legends Kevin Hughes and Brian McGuigan recall Mickey Harte’s brilliance around All-Ireland finals.

# tyrone-football - Thursday 23 August, 2018

TG4 to air documentary on Tyrone minor sides 'who transformed the game' Red Hands This post contains videos

TG4 to air documentary on Tyrone minor sides 'who transformed the game'

‘The Unbreakable Bond’ premiers on Sunday evening at 8.30pm.

# tyrone-football - Tuesday 21 August, 2018

Harte on Tyrone's RTÉ position and brands criticism from former players as a 'cheap shot'

The Tyrone boss is gearing up for an All-Ireland final with Dublin.

# tyrone-football - Monday 20 August, 2018

Tyrone will refuse 'to participate in any media activity' with RTÉ ahead of All-Ireland final

Mickey Harte has been in a stand-off with RTÉ since June 2011.

# tyrone-football - Tuesday 14 August, 2018

'The most significant subplot unresolved may be whether Tyrone agree to participate in 'Up for the Match''

The Dubs’ invincibility is no great mystery, writes Eoin Butler in this week’s column.

# tyrone-football - Monday 13 August, 2018

Analysis: Poor refereeing, Beggan's kickouts, Tyrone's savage work-rate and how they can conquer Dublin

The42 columnist Sean Murphy takes a closer look at Tyrone’s All-Ireland semi-final win over Monaghan yesterday.

'It’s hard to explain, hard to describe. This is something you dream of when you’re a young kid.'

For Tyrone youngsters Michael McKernan and Cathal McShane, yesterday in Croke Park was a victory to savour.

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