2015 was another historic year for the GAA in Tyrone. The winning of the All-Ireland U-21 title, the progress of the Seniors footballers to the All-Ireland semi-final and success for the Senior and Minor hurlers all provided memorable moments.
Then, there were the many club successes, to numerous to mention individually. They include the main county Senior, Intermediate, Junior, Hurling, Ladies and Camogie triumphs. Not forgetting, too, the marvellous enjoyment which a whole range of underage teams earned from their efforts.
For over 100 years the Ulster Herald and its sister publications – the Strabane Chronicle and latterly the Tyrone Herald – have been at the forefront of providing the most extensive coverage of GAA affairs in the Red Hand county.
We take great pride in that historic role and this is reflected in our continuing status as the foremost publications for all things GAA in the county. On a weekly basis, our reporters and photographers chronicle the full range of Tyrone GAA activities.
The publication of the Tyrone Gaelic Games Review for 2015 brings us into new territory as we take a more reflective look back on the main events and other achievements of the past 12 months. It’s a publication jam-packed with feature articles and top quality photographs, encompassing a wide variety of clubs, topics and significant milestones.
Here at the North- West News Group, we are immensely proud to have brought all of this together and indeed much more in the Tyrone Gaelic Games Review. Thanks are extended to all those who have been involved in so many ways in producing this publication. Our intention is that it will once again become a ‘must have’ review of all things GAA within Tyrone and we hope you enjoy this 2015 edition.
It is our hope that you will enjoy this production immensely and that it will bring back many happy memories of an historic 2015 season at club and Inter-county level.
The Tyrone Gaelic Games Review
available in all local newsagents throughout Tyrone – from Friday 4th December 2015