Tyrone name unchanged team

Tyrone have named their team (and subs!!!) for the final. The team is the same as that which started against Kerry in the semi-final and here, along with details of their bench, it is:

Tyrone (All-Ireland SFC final v Mayo, 11/9/2021): Niall Morgan (Edendork); Michael McKernan (Coalisland), Ronan McNamee (Aghyaran), Padraig Hampsey (Coalisland); Frank Burns (Pomeroy), Peter Harte (Errigal Ciarán), Kieran McGeary (Pomeroy); Brian Kennedy (Derrylaughan), Conn Kilpatrick (Edendork); Conor Meyler (Omagh), Michael O’Neill (Ardboe), Niall Sludden (Dromore); Darren McCurry (Edendork), Mattie Donnelly (Trillick), Conor McKenna (Eglish). Subs: Lorcan Quinn, Mark Bradley, Darragh Canavan, Paul Donaghy, Paul Donaghy, Niall Kelly, Tiernan McCann, Ben McDonnell, HP McGeary, Cathal McShane, Jonathan Munroe, Conor Shields/Cormac Munroe.

9 thoughts on “Tyrone name unchanged team

  1. Oisín in 26. Mc Laughlin not named. Only changes are mullin in for Mc Laughlin and Orme in for McHale.

  2. Potentially strong full forward line starts for Tyrone with McShane and Canavan waiting in the subs.

  3. Tyrone will try and replicate exactly the game they played against Kerry. It worked that day so why not keep everything the same. I think Mayo will be ready for their counterattacks and will try and kick points from out the field instead of walking the ball into the net as Kerry tried to do.
    Still looking for a ticket, but all usual sources fell through this time. I have always struggled to get a ticket even when capacity was maximum but always managed to get one. I am not optimistic about getting one at this stage but I am optimistic about the result. Maybe heading west post match will make up for missing out. Mon Mayo

  4. Mayos stats dispossessing short kick out and team in their own half will definitely have made Tyrones mind up to keep booting long. Expect *something* different or maybe even inspired. McKenna is absolutely chomping at the bit, he’s a really good humble lad dying to make up for lost time. Things are looking good for both counties no matter what transpires tomorrow.

  5. The subs bench reminds me of the time the two Djembas played for Manchester United, with the volume of work you get through WJ though, a name twice is most certainly forgivable! No surprise with what they have named, nor with us really, as Mike Finnerty said we will only know for sure at 4.58pm.

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