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4 Days to Go | The Story So Far!

Tuesday 17.07.2018
Team Talk Mag

Tyrone v Dublin in the Championship

Played 8
Dublin 5
Tyrone 2
Drawn 1

1984 All Ireland Semi Final
Dublin 2-11 Tyrone 0-8

The first ever championship meeting between the two sides. Tyrone run to the Hill 16 end of the ground to go through their warm. Bodies fly in all directions as the Dubs to the same. Kieran Duff ends up in the Lower Hogan with an innocent John Lynch looking on nearby. Dublin win hand enough in the end.

1995 All Ireland Final
Dublin 1-10 Tyrone 0-12

The one that got away. Dublin goal scorer Charlie Redmond is sent off but didn’t bother to leave the field. Peter Canavan hit eleven points for Tyrone that day and somehow in the middle of it all Paddy Russell saw a ball lifted of the deck that otherwise would have forced a replay.

2005 All Ireland Quarter Final
Tyrone 2-18 Dublin 1-14
(Tyrone 1-14 Dublin 1-14)

Magic, Magic Mulligan! The drawn game saw one of the greatest goals ever scored in Croke Park. The noise level matched the occasion. Tyrone clawed back a five point deficit to force a replay thanks in no small way to Owen Mulligan’s wonder goal. Tyrone had far too much for the Dubs in the replay.

2008 All Ireland Quarter Final
Tyrone 3-14 Dublin 1-8

Joe McMahon Bearded Destroyer! Tyrone were absolutely superb in the thunder and lightning on a wet Saturday evening in Croke Park. Dublin went into the game as warm favourites but left the ground beaten by 12 points. The goals came from Sean Cavanagh, Davy Harte and Joe McMahon.

2010 All Ireland Quarter Final
Dublin 1-15 Tyrone 0-13

Tyrone travelled to Croke Park with plenty of optimism following their Ulster Final victory. The Red Hands were a point to the good at half time but a second half Eohan O’Gara goal and seven points from Bernard Brogan help the Dubs to a five point victory.

2011 All Ireland Quarter Final
Dublin 0-22 Tyrone 0-15

Diarmuid Connolly crushes Tyrone with seven from play. Mickey Harte sent three different men to mark him that day but the St Vincent’s man caused all sorts of bother for the Red Hands.

2017 All Ireland Semi Final
Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 0-11

An early Con O’Callaghan goal signals the start of a very bad afternoon for Tyrone. Brian Fenton and James McCarthy rule the roost at midfield and Eoghan O’Gara hits a second goal to end Tyrone’s hopes of any type of comeback. A promising season ends in a 12 point defeat.



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