Six in a row: Tyrone vow to keep on winning

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Tyrone skipper Peter Harte has vowed to keep on winning after the Red Hands strolled to a sixth McKenna Cup victory in a row.

Mickey Harte’s men beat Derry in Newry with goals in each half from Colm Cavanagh and a Harte penalty. Peter Harte paid tribute to Corman McAnallen. He lifted the McKenna Cup in 2004 shortly before his death. Mickey Harte and Derry boss Damian Barton both made several changes from their semis. The final score was Tyrone 2-13 to Derry 1-07.

Here's Mickey Harte:


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