# Tyrone

This year
# Boost
Stirring second-half display sees Galway beat Tyrone
Pádraic Joyce’s men really came good in the final quarter when they surged seven points clear.
# Reports
O'Carroll seals Roscommon win on dream debut; Clare stun Louth in frantic finale
Roscommon ran out five-point winners against Tyrone in Dr Hyde Park, while Clare edged out Louth in dramatic circumstances in Ennis.
Last year
# All-Ireland U20FC
'It's parked' - Kildare players drove unsuccessful bid to hold All-Ireland final in Croke Park
The Lilywhites and Tyrone have no qualms with the decision to play the U20 football decider in Carrick-on-Shannon.
# hard fought
Ruairi Canavan the hero as Tyrone edge Cavan in riveting Ulster U20 final
The pre-match favourites did just about enough.
# fiery
Tyrone overcome Fermanagh as Conor McKenna red-carded following melee
It was a second-half display worthy of All-Ireland champions.
# defence of sam
When the hunters become the hunted
Can Tyrone avoid another post-All-Ireland hangover?
# Beat The Drop
Tyrone drag themselves towards Division 1 safety with win against Mayo
Mayo’s second-half revival comes up short at Healy Park.
# Brawl
GAA must enforce Armagh-Tyrone suspensions if they're serious on stopping melees
Both counties are expected to appeal the red cards handed out to five players on Sunday.
# Departure
Talented forward steps away from Tyrone panel
Mark Bradley will not be involved with Tyrone in 2022, while Turlough O’Brien has taken over Carlow side Éire Óg.
# Pre-Season
Armagh defeat Tyrone as McKenna Cup semi-final line-up confirmed
Donegal and Derry also sealed their places in the last four today.
# Faith
'Each morning, I pause here beside Michaela and pray'
Read an extract from Mickey Harte’s book ‘Devotion’.
All time
# The42 Reads
The rise and rise of Kieran McGeary
Reflecting on his journey from underage talent to Footballer of the Year.
# and it's live
Tyrone GAA defend price of senior football final stream
Once again the Tyrone SFC has produced a host of great storylines, but the decision to charge £16 to stream Sunday’s final has drawn criticism.
# Recovery
'I didn't know the extent of it' - Morgan hails club-mate Kilpatrick's bravery
Tyrone All-Ireland winner Conn Kilpatrick recently opened up about his gambling addiction.
# two wise men
McGeary gives insight into 'footballing geniuses' Dooher and Logan
‘Playing without fear was one of my big ones, the ability to know that you’re trusted was a massive one.’
# Champion
Meyler: 'Being a good person is as important as being a good footballer'
Tyrone’s All-Ireland winning hero is determined not to let the success change him.
# The Oz Factor
McKenna and McShane impact highlights need for Mayo to hold onto Mullin amid AFL interest
The Mayo star has been linked with a move Down Under.
# player watch
5 final moments that highlighted Morgan's role as Tyrone's playmaker
The Red Hand goalkeeper gave a masterclass against Mayo.
# Dazzler
From 'gone and not enjoying his football' to man-of-the-match on All-Ireland final day
It’s been a spectacular turnaround from Darren McCurry, who left the Tyrone panel in 2018.
# You Little Dazzler
'I had to get back to Dazzler': McCurry named All-Ireland final man of the match
Edendork man capped an afternoon to savour with 1-4 in total, 1-2 from play.
Mayo v Tyrone, All-Ireland football final
The battle for Sam Maguire throws-in at 5pm.
# selection box
5 key tactical decisions facing Horan and Dooher-Logan
Tomorrow’s All-Ireland final promises to be a fascinating battle on the sidelines.
# caught red handed
Familiar faces have pushed Kieran McGeary into Footballer of the Year frame
‘I was just so excited when I heard they were coming in, it just gives you a lift again.’
# Powerhouse
Should Tyrone start McShane in the All-Ireland final?
It’s one of the biggest talking points heading into Saturday’s decider.
# Defence
'It derails your focus from football' - Cavanagh says Tyrone are right to decline Covid questions
The Red Hand refused to entertain any questions about their Covid situation at their All-Ireland final media event.
# shutting it down
'Absolute nonsense' - McGeary denies Tyrone training session before league defeat to Kerry
It had been claimed by former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice that Tyrone had trained on the morning of their 6-16 to 1-13 defeat.
# fast breaks
3 crucial plays when Tyrone turned over Kerry and caused havoc on the counter
We assess how Tyrone used a narrow defence and fast transition game to upset the Kingdom in the All-Ireland semi-final.
# selection box
5 key tactical decisions facing the Kerry and Tyrone managers
Peter Keane and Brian Dooher/Feargal Logan have plenty to consider heading into tomorrow’s semi-final.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'Dooher just started pinching me' - Ó Sé recalls Kerry-Tyrone battles
Marc Ó Sé was speaking on the latest episode of The42 GAA Weekly.
# concerns
A number of Tyrone players self-isolating as entire squad undergo Covid tests
Tyrone have not requested a postponement of the All-Ireland semi-final with Kerry at this stage.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'It's mad stuff but it's pure entertainment': A new era of fly goalkeepers
Marc Ó Sé joined The42 GAA Weekly to discuss all the big Gaelic football talking points.
# reference point
'It was a bad, bad performance' - Six-goal hiding in Kerry taught Tyrone valuable lessons
The sides meet again in the All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday week.
# Comment
5 talking points after Tyrone's Ulster final victory over Monaghan
Tyrone are kings of Ulster for the 16th time.
# Absentees
Dooher relieved to lift title after losing joint-manager and several players to Covid issue
Tyrone had to do without a number of key men in for today’s Ulster final win against Monaghan.
# Red Hands
Tyrone survive stirring Monaghan fightback to land first Ulster title in 4 years
It was the first Ulster final to take place in Croke Park since 2006.
# hq
Ulster football final to return to Croke Park for first time since 2006
Meanwhile, the Ulster U20 football final has been pushed back by six days following the tragic death of Monaghan captain Brendan Óg Duffy.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'In certain situations players get aggressive because referees miss things and they don't take action'
Ronan McNamee is set to appeal his red card against Cavan before the GAA’s CHC tonight.
# too good
McCurry stars and McShane returns as 14-man Tyrone dismantle Cavan
The Red Hands kicked five points in quick succession before the break and did not look back.
# Class
Dublin open their All-Ireland defence with convincing win
First-half goals from Jennifer Dunne and Siobhan Killeen proved crucial.
# cool customer
'There's no point in allowing nerves in or playing with fear' - Tyrone's new attacking star
Paul Donaghy is set to make his championship debut against Cavan on Saturday week.