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# Tyrone

This week
4th June 2023 - 10th June 2023
# Talking Points
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
Last week
28th May 2023 - 10th June 2023
# Ulster warfare
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.
Last month
May 2023
# John Caldwell
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.
# Gaelic Football
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.
# Plan Ahead
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.
# Dates For Diary
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.
# Security Alert
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.
April 2023
# 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.
# Aughnacloy
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.
# Colm Murphy
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.
# Tyrone
PSNI detective John Caldwell discharged from hospital after Omagh shooting
The PSNI confirmed that Caldwell was discharged from hospital to continue his recovery.
# Arthur James O'Dea
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?
# Clutch play
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
# Ulster Championship
Late rally from Monaghan knocks Tyrone out
O’Toole puts Oriel in dreamland
# Monaghan GAA
The furious devotion of Conor McManus and Vinny Corey
At 35, McManus is nothing unusual in a county where they go until they drop.
# Ulster Championship
'Maybe there was a little over-excess on the highs. You have got to expect the lows then'
‘Transition can sound like an excuse,’ believes Tyrone boss ahead of Monaghan clash.
# fintona
Man in his 30s dies following single vehicle road traffic collision in Co Tyrone
The collision occurred yesterday afternoon at around 3.10pm on the Garvallagh Road area of Fintona.
March 2023
# DCI Caldwell
Two men arrested over attempted murder of PSNI officer in Omagh
One of the men arrested yesterday has since been released following questioning.
# Tyrone
Three people arrested over attempted murder of police in Strabane last year released
The incident occurred in the Mount Carmel Heights area of Strabane in November 2022.
# John Caldwell
Man (36) arrested in connection with attempted murder of PSNI Detective released
Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell was shot several times last month in Omagh.
High-flying Derry seal promotion as Tyrone beat 13-man Monaghan in basement battle
Rory Gallagher’s side were 10-point winners over Clare.
# Hogan Cup
Brilliant Omagh side fire 6-16 to claim All-Ireland football glory in Croke Park
Sligo’s Summerhill College managed to pull back three goals in the closing quarter.
# arm na poblachta
Dissident republican group threat against families of PSNI members labelled as ‘despicable'
The PSNI said the threat from Arm na Poblachta is being taken seriously.
# Red Hands
Tyrone bounce back with statement win over Kerry in Omagh
The Red Hands recovered from the concession of an early Seán O’Shea goal.
February 2023
# Omagh
Message on Derry wall a potential ‘New IRA claim of responsibility’ for detective’s shooting
Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell has been fighting for his life in hospital since the attack in Omagh.
# Allianz League
Mayo shine, Tyrone struggle, Cork click: Football League talking points
We review the main talking points following the fourth round of the Allianz Football League.
# attack minded
Goal-hungry Mayo in control against Tyrone
Entertaining start to Kevin McStay era continues in Castlebar.
# Wrap
Tyrone bounce back against Donegal as Meath and Derry triumph
It was a busy afternoon in the Allianz football leagues.
# Omagh Bombing
UK Government to establish public inquiry into the Omagh bombing
The dissident republican bomb exploded in the Co Tyrone town on 15 August, 1998 killing 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins.
Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris said the inquiry will focus on whether the bombing could have been prevented.
Michael Gallagher, whose son Aiden died in the bombing, has welcomed the inquiry as "exactly what we wanted".
Justice Minister Simon Harris said the Government would discuss what action it should take in response to the inquiry.
# Aidan McAnespie
Suspended sentence for ex-British soldier convicted of 1988 manslaughter of Aidan McAnespie
In November, David Jonathan Holden, 53, was convicted of the manslaughter of Aidan McAnespie in February 1988.
Aidan McAnespie, 23, was killed in Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, moments after walking through a border security checkpoint.
In November, David Jonathan Holden, 53, was convicted of the manslaughter of Aidan McAnespie in February 1988.
Members of McAnespie’s family were in court for the sentencing hearing.
'We didn't want a pound of flesh': Aidan McAnespie's brother critical of sentence for David Holden
This year
# Saturday Night Lights
Galway and Wexford claim Walsh Cup wins, Derry beat Tyrone to lift Dr McKenna Cup title
Here’s how this evening’s pre-season provincial GAA action unfolded.
# Dungannon
PSNI locate 12-year-old girl who was missing from Tyrone
The PSNI thanked the public for their assistance.
Last year
# State Papers
Report into Aidan McAnespie shooting found it ‘difficult to accept’ soldier’s claims
McAnespie was killed in Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, moments after walking through a border security checkpoint.
# Cookstown
PSNI name two victims of Stephen's Day collision that killed three people in Tyrone
Three adults were killed and four children and a woman in her 20s were taken to hospital.
Three adults killed and four children injured in Tyrone crash
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) said it got a call just before 3.30pm about a two-vehicle collision.
# GAA News
David Brady steps down as Ratoath boss, Tyrone champs reach All-Ireland semi-final
Ratoath lifted the Meath senior football title this year.
# Matthew McCallan
Body found in Co Tyrone believed to be of missing 15-year-old
Matthew McCallan has been missing from the Dungannon area since Sunday.
# Human Trafficking
Man and woman appear in Co Tyrone court on brothel keeping charges
Gerard Corrigan and Mavie Martins Mariano appeared separately via video link before Dungannon Magistrate’s Court today.
# Strabane
Sixth man arrested over attempted murder of two police officers in Co Tyrone
The 50-year-old man was arrested by detectives in the Strabane area.