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Tyrone’s great achievement in winning the All-Ireland senior football championship in 2003, 2005 and 2008 was the culmination of years of dedication, perseverance and courage. It was the realisation of a dream cherished by generations of Tyrone followers since the establishment of the GAA in the county in 1904.
First-half goals from Jennifer Dunne and Siobhan Killeen proved crucial as Dublin opened their TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship defence with a convincing win against Tyrone in Kingspan Breffni.
|Preceded by Art McRory, Eugene McKenna||Tyrone Senior Football Manager 2002–2020||Succeeded by Feargal Logan, Brian Dooher|
|Preceded by Wayne Kierans||Louth Senior Football Manager 2020–||Succeeded by Incumbent|
Harte is married to Louise Harte. The couple have four children: Kayleigh, Kyle, Ceola and Cristian.
On Wednesday evening Tyrone GAA confirmed the decision. “Tyrone GAA wish to formally announce the appointment of Fergal Logan and Brian Dooher as the new joint managers of the Tyrone senior football team,” the statement said. “Both have been appointed and ratified for a three year period.”
Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher have been appointed as Tyrone’s new management team. The pair were ratified at a meeting of the county executive on Wednesday night to succeed Mickey Harte, who left the post earlier this month after 18 years in charge.
It wasn’t all plain sailing for All-Ireland champions Dublin in Croke Park but they survived a stern second-half challenge from Meath to book their place in the Leinster SFC final. From trailing by 11 points at half-time, Meath closed the gap to three in the 69th minute and held all the momentum.
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Follow all the championship matches this weekend with our live blogs on RTÉ.ie/sport and the RTÉ News app. Watch Leitrim v Mayo and Derry v Donegal live on RTÉ2 (from 1.30 pm Sunday) and see highlights of all the weekend’s action on The Sunday Game at 9.30pm on RTÉ One.
Donegal 2-11 Mayo 0-13.
Donegal–Mayo Gaelic football rivalry
|First meeting||Donegal 0-13 – 0-9 Mayo 1992 All-Ireland semi-final (16 August 1992)|
|Latest meeting||Mayo 1-14 – 1-10 Donegal 2019 All-Ireland quarter-final group stage (3 August 2019)|
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