Mickey Harte

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GAA Football & Hurling
Goals were the difference, says Hartethree first half goals made all the difference in their Ulster SFC quarter-fina
Goals were the difference, says Harte
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 7 days ago
three first half goals made all the difference in their Ulster SFC quarter-final win over Derry, according to Mickey Harte. Ronan O'Neill found the net twice in the opening 20 minutes, but the manager felt Peter Harte's major in first... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
What they said…the weekend in quotesclassic defence turnover stuff. Hold the opposition up, force them into error a
What they said…the weekend in quotes
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 7 days ago
classic defence turnover stuff. Hold the opposition up, force them into error and seize the opportunity to go at them.” Mickey Harte assesses the first of three goals scored by Tyrone in Sunday’s Ulster SFC win over Derry "Laois beat us by six... Read more
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7d
Herald.ie
Good - but Harte's men won't win all-Irelandsome talented experienced players and their graph has been rising over the last
Good - but Harte's men won't win all-Ireland
Herald.ie / Posted 7 days ago
some talented experienced players and their graph has been rising over the last two years or so. There is no doubt that Mickey Harte is building another squad of players to compete with the big boys and they have passed all their tests this... Read more
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9d
RTE News
GAA digest: Ellis named in Cork team to face TippEoghan Nolan, Colm Kehoe, Daithi Waters, Kevin O’Grady, PJ Banville, Ben Brosna
GAA digest: Ellis named in Cork team to face Tipp
RTE News / Posted 9 days ago
Eoghan Nolan, Colm Kehoe, Daithi Waters, Kevin O’Grady, PJ Banville, Ben Brosnan, Donal Shanley, Ciaran Lyng, John Tubritt Mickey Harte has shaken up his Tyrone forward line for the Ulster SFC showdown with Derry at Celtic Park on Sunday. Cathal... Read more
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9d
RTE News
Football preview: Kildare facing test of mettlecampaign that saw them earn promotion to Division 1. Ó Sé feels they hold an e
Football preview: Kildare facing test of mettle
RTE News / Posted 9 days ago
campaign that saw them earn promotion to Division 1. Ó Sé feels they hold an edge over Damian Barton's men, and expects Mickey Harte's teak-tough charges' incredibly mean defence to prove too much for the hosts to overcome. "There is huge... Read more
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10d
GAA Football & Hurling
Cavanagh set to extend record20 May 2016 Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh and manager Mickey Harte celebrate. Sean C
Cavanagh set to extend record
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 10 days ago
20 May 2016 Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh and manager Mickey Harte celebrate. Sean Cavanagh will make his 79th championship appearance for Tyrone against Derry on Sunday. The 33-year-old three-time All-Ireland winner overtook... Read more
10d
GAA Football & Hurling
McMahon brothers left outalso misses out completely through injury and his place at centre-back goes to
McMahon brothers left out
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 10 days ago
also misses out completely through injury and his place at centre-back goes to championship newcomer Niall Sludden as Mickey Harte makes two changes. Dromore clubman Sludden and Peter Harte revert to defence to cover for Justin McMahon and... Read more
11d
RTE News
At a glance: Championship weekendafter taking six of a possible 14 points. A lot of pundits are talking up the
At a glance: Championship weekend
RTE News / Posted 11 days ago
after taking six of a possible 14 points. A lot of pundits are talking up the Red Hand’s chances, with good reason as Mickey Harte seems to getting a tune out of his side that would suggest they could go far this summer. Derry will push them... Read more
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12d
RTE News
Eamon O'Hara: Tyrone must aim to dominate Ulsternext in line behind Dublin in the race for Sam Maguire. First up, however, is
Eamon O'Hara: Tyrone must aim to dominate Ulster
RTE News / Posted 12 days ago
next in line behind Dublin in the race for Sam Maguire. First up, however, is the battle to regain the Anglo Celt cup for Mickey Harte’s side. It’s a trophy that the county last captured in 2010 and for RTÉ analyst Eamonn O'Hara, being provincial... Read more
13d
GAA Football & Hurling
"It should really be two-all; it shouldn't be four-nil"17 May 2016 Mickey Harte rejects the notion that Tyrone are firm favourites to
"It should really be two-all; it shouldn't be four-nil"
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 13 days ago
17 May 2016 Mickey Harte rejects the notion that Tyrone are firm favourites to defeat Derry in Celtic Park on Sunday week. The Ulster SFC derby will be the fifth meeting of the teams in 2016,... Read more
17d
GAA Football & Hurling
Derry clash comes too soon for McNabbor 20 minutes competitive club football, after being out with a cruciate, to go
Derry clash comes too soon for McNabb
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 17 days ago
or 20 minutes competitive club football, after being out with a cruciate, to go in to be ready at that level,” manager Mickey Harte is quoted in the Irish Examiner. “I think it is too much to ask him, but I think he has made wonderful... Read more
17d
GAA Football & Hurling
Ulster SFC preview: Tyrone's turn to lift Anglo-Celtadding the Allianz League Division 2 title last month. Indeed, promotion was wr
Ulster SFC preview: Tyrone's turn to lift Anglo-Celt
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 17 days ago
adding the Allianz League Division 2 title last month. Indeed, promotion was wrapped up with two rounds to spare. But Mickey Harte has been around long enough to know that the Ulster championship is the most competitive and hardest of all to... Read more
20d
GAA Football & Hurling
Fitness concerns over Tyrone quartetthe battle with the Oak Leafers after picking up knocks whilst on duty for Omag
Fitness concerns over Tyrone quartet
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 20 days ago
the battle with the Oak Leafers after picking up knocks whilst on duty for Omagh at the weekend. There is some good news for manager Mickey Harte in that Darren McCurry and Ronan McNabb both recently returned to actions with their respective c... Read more
21d
GAA Football & Hurling
Mixed injury news for Tyrone09 May 2016 Mickey Harte is facing the prospect of being without the McMahon b
Mixed injury news for Tyrone
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 21 days ago
09 May 2016 Mickey Harte is facing the prospect of being without the McMahon brothers and Conor Clarke for Tyrone's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Derry on Sunday week. Justin McMahon and Clarke both suffered injuries... Read more
21d
RTE News
Championship preview: Tyrone can make their markbetween themselves and Donegal. Both counties, if they stay upright, could meet
Championship preview: Tyrone can make their mark
RTE News / Posted 21 days ago
between themselves and Donegal. Both counties, if they stay upright, could meet in the Anglo Celt decider on 17 July. Mickey Harte has now built a side that has the mobility and pace to do damage with their counter-attacking thrusts. Players... Read more
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24d
Irish Examiner
Jedward, Johnny Logan and More: The 7 best Irish songs that made it to Eurovisionthe last few decades. With big hitters like Johnny Logan and Linda Martin comi
Jedward, Johnny Logan and More: The 7 best Irish songs that made it to Eurovision
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
the last few decades. With big hitters like Johnny Logan and Linda Martin coming home with gold, others like Jedward and Mickey Harte weren’t as fortunate, but are winners in our eyes. 1. Jedward – Lipstick Jedward’s catchy song Lipstick was... Read more
26d
Belfast Telegraph
Join Belfast Telegraph Sportperson of the Year Michael Conlan for 2016 Wings for Life World Runof Fame entrant Martin O’NeillLocal Heroes award winner: Aisling Reilly is pres
Join Belfast Telegraph Sportperson of the Year Michael Conlan for 2016 Wings for Life World Run
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
of Fame entrant Martin O’NeillLocal Heroes award winner: Aisling Reilly is presented with her trophy by GAA Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte and Brian Henning, Chair of Sport Northern Ireland. Picture by Kelvin Boyes/ Press EyeSpecial recognition award... Read more

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