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    Post All Ireland final - Armagh Vs Tyrone

    Final minute by minute
    GAA.ie reporter at Croke Park



    Bank of Ireland All-Ireland final minute-by-minute report.

    First half.
    2: Tyrone: Peter Canavan free after red spots off the ball foul.
    2: Armagh: John McEntee sends over from play, 25 m out and unmarked.
    3: T: Ger Cavlan sends over a huge effort after accepting pass from Canavan.
    11: A: Francie Bellew booked for tangling with Eoin Mulligan
    11: T: Canavan converts a free.
    15: T: Another free from Canavan.
    16: T: Brian McGuigan gives McGeeney the slip and sends over from play
    17: A: Steven McDonnell pops over his first of the day
    19: T: Sean Cavanagh misses an open goal.
    22: A: Oisin McConville sends over a free
    23: A: Philip Loughran is booked.
    24: T: Canavan again with a free.
    27: A: McDonnell collects, turns and points all in one movement for a great score
    30: T: Cormac McAnallen is next in the ref's notebook.
    32: T: That man Canavan again from another free.
    37: T: Enda McGinley's goal shot is well saved but spins over.

    Half time score: Tyrone 0-8 Armagh 0-4

    Second half:
    39: T: Ger Cavlan rolls agonisingly wide with a goal effort
    42: T: Conor Gormley shown a yellow card.
    42: A: Paddy McKeever points a free from wide on the right
    45: A: Paddy McKeever gets a booking.
    45: T: Eoin Mulligan points a free
    47: T: Kevin Hughes is booked.
    48: A: Paddy McKeever sends over his second free, a replica of his first
    52: A: Diarmuid Marsden, back on as a sub, shanks over his first of the day
    53: T: Eoin Mulligan replies with another free.
    56: A: Marsden is red carded after a collision with Philip Jordan.
    58: A: McGeeney gets a booking.
    60: A: Oisin McConville closes the gap to 0-10 to 0-8 with a free.
    61: T: Stephen O'Neill stretches the lead to three again
    63: T: Mulligan fluffs a great goal chance and the opportunity to finish the match.
    67: A: Steven McDonnell has a goal shot brilliantly blocked by Conor Gormley
    68: A: McConville keeps Armagh hopes alive with a free, but time is running out
    71: T: Tyrone break out of defence and Stephen O'Neill scores the insurance point.

    Full-time: Tyrone 0-12 Armagh 0-9





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    "It has been a great year for two Mickey Hartes," said Tyrone captain Peter Canavan as he accepted the Sam Maguire Cup.

    "One of them became famous for singing 'We've Got The World Tonight', and our Mickey is going to be singing 'We've Got The Sam Tonight'."

    Peter 'the great' Canavan was clearly emotional, as he became the first Tyrone man to receive the Sam Maguire.

    "I can't think of a better place to in right now anywhere in the world than where I'm standing," he said.

    "Words will not do justice to my feelings or the feelings of these players here at this precise moment."

    Canavan went on to pay tribute to a 'superb management team and backroom staff', and also had a special word for the Tyrone teams of the past.
    "I want to mention the Tyrone senior teams that I've played on from the early nineties. For all those players who played on county teams without success - this is for you."

    Finally, Canavan praised his Armagh opponents, and said they had carried themselves well as All-Ireland champions throughout the year.

    "I think I've said enough. It's time to take Sam to Tyrone," he concluded as he held the coveted cup aloft.

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    Well Done to the Red Handers!
    I see there was even an Oisin playing, but no Cuchullain though

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    The commentator called him ''O-sheen'' like in ''Roisín'' throughout it...very annoying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scathach
    The commentator called him ''O-sheen'' like in ''Roisín'' throughout it...very annoying

    *Tries to look shocked*
    Pfft...imagine that. :anieyes
    So......that isn't how you would pronounce it then? lol!
    Actually in Scotland he is known as "Ossian", but I can't see Oisin being pronounced like that.

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    its ''Usheen''
    An Irish commentator should know that

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