History of Tyrone Gaelic Football

History Of Tyrone Gaelic Football

Tyrone has been represented in Gaelic football for nearly a century, but until the mid eighties, the Senior team were considered among the weaker teams in Ulster. However, today, Tyrone is considered one of the strongest teams in Ireland, having won All-Irelands in 2003, 2005 and 2008.

Read more about History Of Tyrone Gaelic Football:  Pre-1980s: Slow Starts, 1980s: Hitting New Heights, 1990s: Unfulfilled Potential, 2000s: Triumph At Last

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