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LIVE updates from Tyrone V Meath Round 6 National Football League.
Final whistle and Tyrone win comfortably 1-12 to 0-5, a good day all round for Tyrone football.
Stephen Mc Nally replaces Ronan Mc Nabb with five minutes left.
Meath land point number 5 through a Stephen Bray free and Jonny Lafferty and Ciaran Gervin replace Kyle Coney and Mark Donnelly.
Fantastic point from Peter Harte and Tyrone now lead 1-11 to 0-4.and Meath are down to fourteen men with fullback Kevin Reilly sent off. Kyle Coney converts the free and it is 1-12 to 0-4 for Tyrone with 18 minutes gone.
Peter Harte once again with a super run and Tyrone lead 1-10 to 0-3 but Gilsenan gets Meath’s 4th point as Owen Mulligan replaces Stevie O’Neill for Tyrone.
Cathal Mc Carron with a great run and finish makes it 1-09 to 0-03.
Two Kyle Coney frees make it 1-08 to 0-03 for Tyrone as The home side make a good start to the second half.
Stevie O’Neill with another wonder score and Tyrone lead 1-6 to 0-3 at the break.
Super score from Sean Cavanagh and Tyrone lead 1-4 to 0-3 and that is followed up by a fine point from Stevie O’Neill and it is 1-5 to 0-3.
Aidan Cassidy point from play makes it 1-3 to 0-3 with 30 minutes on the clock.
S Cavanagh free after a good run from Mark Donnelly makes it 1-2 to 0-3 with 25 gone.
Ward with a third free makes it 1-1 to 0-3
A Cian Ward 45 is Meath’s second score of the evening.
Cian Ward point 15 minutes gone 1-1 to a point.
Kyle Coney free makes it 1-1 to no score 13 minutes in.
Yellow card Tom Walsh Meath. Tyrone still lead 1=0 to no score 11 minutes in,
Yellow card for Colm Cavanagh
Stevie O’Neill fisted goal on 5 mins
Coney wide from 25 metres
S Cavanagh wide with a free 2 mins in.
Tyrone to play with the breeze first half.
Both teams on the pitch, a small enough crowd and a pleasant evening for football.
Tyrone fans around the globe are in for a real treat this evening. Teamtalkmag.com Radio will be LIVE from Healy Park Omagh to bring you the very latest from the Tyrone v Monaghan Division 3A Hurling League clash and the Tyrone v Meath Football game.
Get the word out there that we will be live from 4.45pm. One piece of news for Tyrone fans is that following his appeal to CHC in Croke Park PJ Quinn has had his suspension reduced from two matches to one and will be available for selection for next weekend’s final league fixture at home to Monaghan.