# Tyrone

Last month
November 2023
'Getting injured might have cut deeper. But having a child to look after changes all that'
Injury has denied him a chance to be on the pitch, but Matthew Donnelly remains a beacon for Trillick and Tyrone.
This year
5 key storylines after a weekend of major GAA county senior final action
The last weekend in October generated big talking points around the country.
Seventeen PSNI officers have been assaulted in separate incidents across the past 24 hours
‘For seventeen individual officers to be subjected to violence, spat on, kicked and slashed in a single day beggars belief,’ said the PSNI’s assistant chief constable.
PSNI appeal after reports a group of 30 males armed with knives attacked a man in Co Tyrone
Witnesses told police that a group of up to 30 males had attacked the man before fleeing the area on foot.
Man who died in single-vehicle crash in Tyrone named as Juraj Luptak
The crash occurred on Friday evening on Pomeroy Road in Pomeroy, Co Tyrone.
Police in Northern Ireland investigate single-vehicle crash that left one man dead
A man died at the scene of the crash.
Armagh star to debut for Melbourne, McKenna will start as Brisbane chase Grand Final spot
Aimee Mackin set for her AFLW bow alongside sister Blaithin.
Inside the appointment of Mickey Harte and the complicated history of Tyrone-Derry
Now that Derry have their new manager, some hearts and minds will still have to be won over.
Mickey Harte's move to Derry one of the most jaw-dropping the GAA has seen
Mickey Harte left Louth for Derry to 'win one more All-Ireland'
Mickey Harte's move to Derry one of the most jaw-dropping the GAA has seen
Move that has shocked the GAA world shows how Harte, at 69, is still a born competitor who wants the top honours.
‘We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing'
All-Ireland Masters series has allowed former legends and dedicated club players to taste success once more and keep the middle-aged spread at bay.
Two men in PSNI custody after fatal stabbing in Castlederg on Saturday
Conor Browne, aged 28, died from injuries sustained following a stabbing incident on the Main Street of the town.
Victim's group urges Irish government to work with new inquest into 1991 killing of Ian Sproule
Ian Sproule, 23, was shot dead at his home on the outskirts of Castlederg in Co Tyrone, with the Provisional IRA suspected as being involved.
Tyrone confirm Dooher and Logan to remain in charge for new 3-year term
The pair guided Tyrone to Sam Maguire glory in 2021.
PSNI investigating placement of a picture of the Taoiseach on loyalist bonfire as a ‘hate crime’
‘What happened in burning the flag of our neighbouring state and burning the poster of Leo Varadkar was wrong’, said the DUP leader today.
Three men charged over claim of responsibility for attempted murder of PSNI Chief John Caldwell
DCI Caldwell was shot multiple times on an evening in February at a sports complex on the Killyclogher Road in Omagh.
How will Armagh, Cork, Mayo and Tyrone reflect after 2023 season exits?
The four sides all bowed out over the weekend.
Dominant Kerry breeze past Tyrone in All-Ireland football quarter-final
Jack O’Connor’s side ran out winners by 12 points.
Dominant Kerry breeze past Tyrone in All-Ireland quarter-final
Jack O’Connor’s side ran out winners by 12 points.
Poll: Who do you think will win Saturday's All-Ireland football quarter-finals?
A huge day of action awaits in Croke Park.
Game-by-game guide to All-Ireland quarter-finals
Dublin-Mayo set to be a clash for the ages.
Tyrone tear up Donegal's season with emphatic win in Ballybofey
Canavan brothers give early sign they will be a tricky prospect in Croke Park.
Donegal or Tyrone - who will step forward with stakes high in Ballybofey?
The Ulste rivals face off in MacCumhaill Park.
McEniff, Harte and McGuinness: The intense nature of Donegal-Tyrone rivalry
Brian McEniff, Jim McGuinness and Mickey Harte kept a northwest derby game one of the most compelling contests.
Former senior judge appointed as chair of Omagh Bombing Inquiry
Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris today announced the appointment of Alan Turnbull.
Red card blues, Tyrone's love of O'Neill and Unlucky Geezer
A game that might not have set the championship alight, but it tees up an incredible closing weekend, we look at the major talking points emerging from Tyrone V Armagh
Tyrone survive late rally against 14-man Armagh
Rian O’Neill’s red card had Armagh up against it but Tyrone pick up first points.
Two men arrested in Co Tyrone over attempted murder of PSNI detective John Caldwell
The two, aged 28 and 70, have been taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning.
Last four All-Ireland finalists meet on Saturday - and hardly a cheep
Kerry, Mayo, Tyrone and Galway are out against each other this weekend as the brand new group stages begin.
GAA confirm fixtures for All-Ireland openers with Killarney and Salthill in spotlight
Kerry will play Mayo in Fitzgerald Stadium and it’s Galway against Tyrone in Pearse Stadium.
Here are the updated All-Ireland fixtures after Connacht and Munster finals
The new-look championship format begins on the weekend of 20-21 May.
People of Omagh being 'retraumatised' by 'campaign to disrupt the peace', says local MLA
A suspicious object was found in the area yesterday, forcing homes to be evacuated.
Community ‘numb’ after Tyrone road crash, funeral for siblings told
Siblings Dan and Christine McKane, and their aunt Julia McSorley, 75, were killed in a crash last week near Aughnacloy.
Three family members who died in Co Tyrone collision named locally
They had been travelling back from a funeral in England when the collision happened on the A5.
Witness appeal as three die and four injured in collision involving minivan and lorry in Tyrone
The road forms part of the main route from Dublin to Derry and is around four miles from the border in Co Monaghan.
Funeral takes place for man found liable for Omagh bombing
Mourners gathered in Co Armagh for the funeral of Colm Murphy, who was found liable in a civil trial for the 1998 atrocity.
PSNI detective John Caldwell discharged from hospital after Omagh shooting
The PSNI confirmed that Caldwell was discharged from hospital to continue his recovery.
Gaelic football needs innovators and realists who seek to upend traditional powers
Why should the game’s challengers play to the strengths of those that are already strongest?
Wylie: 'Yous are trying to bury us this last couple of years'
Monaghan seeking to avenge last year’s Ulster semi-final defeat to Derry
Late rally from Monaghan knocks Tyrone out
O’Toole puts Oriel in dreamland
The furious devotion of Conor McManus and Vinny Corey
At 35, McManus is nothing unusual in a county where they go until they drop.