Thousands welcome Tyrone heroes home - and Antrim camogs also celebrate

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Young Tyrone fans out in force to see their first All-Ireland winners

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Tyrone's All-Ireland title winners have arrived back in the county to a hero's welcome.

They were greeted by thousands of fans on Sunday afternoon at the team's home ground, Healy Park in Omagh.

The Red Hands beat Mayo 2-14 to 0-15 in Saturday's final at Croke Park.

It was a fourth All-Ireland Championship for the O'Neill County and their first in 13 years.

They did it against the odds after a coronavirus-hit campaign, but were worthy winners in the end.

The class of '21. All-Ireland senior football champions Tyrone arrive back at Healy Park

The Antrim camogs are also celebrating an All-Ireland title.

They beat Kilkenny 2-21 to 2-13 in Sunday's Intermediate final at Croke Park. 





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