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Tyrone are through to the All-Ireland football final following a shock victory over Kerry.
Hit by Covid in the run-up to the game, the Reds Hands won by a point after extra-time at Croke Park on Saturday.
They'll now face Mayo in the decider on Saturday week, September the 11th.
FT: AET— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 28, 2021
All-Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-final. Croke Park. Red Hands given no chance by some, but guess what?
Tyrone 3-14 (23)
Kerry 0-22 (22)
Ulster champions @TyroneGAALive are into the All-Ireland final! #Tyrone pic.twitter.com/aGzaoZGM1P
The Tyrone minors just missed out in their final:
All-Ireland Minor Championship Final— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 28, 2021
What a game, Red Hands so unlucky to lose by a point.
Next up @TyroneGAALive v Kerry All-Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-final#Tyrone pic.twitter.com/xgR74zUwCf
There were victories for the Big Two on the opening Saturday of the new Danske Bank Premiership season.
Cliftonville also won and there was a shock defeat at the seaside for David Jeffrey's Ballymena:
🎥 FT #DanskeBankPrem— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 28, 2021
Linfield 2-0 Crusaders
Cliftonville 2-1 Carrick
Warrenpoint 2-1 Ballymena
Dungannon 2-3 Glentoran @OfficialBlues sink Crues, @Glentoran win five-goal thriller, @cliftonvillefc victory & great win for @thepointfc pic.twitter.com/9SzDjuS8pW
Meanwhile, Blues boss David Healy has finally signed a new deal after months of speculation:
Big signing! Linfield have reached agreement with manager David Healy on a new three-year contract. It’ll extend the NI legend’s tenure at the club until the end of the 2023/24 season. pic.twitter.com/a1RJaBXXzx— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 28, 2021