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Published: 15:49 | 22/5/16

Senior Football round-up: Tyrone impress

Red Hands make statement of intent

Tyrone produced a clinical display of strength and superb finishing to hammer 13-man Derry by 3-14 to 0-12 at Celtic Park.

Ronan O'Neill grabbed two goals with Peter Harte notching the other three-pointer as the Red Hands blew Derry away in the first period to establish an 11-point lead at the break.

The Oak Leafers ended the game with just 13 men after Ciaran McFaul was dismissed for receiving a second booking while Chrissy McKsaigue was shown a straight red as their team lost its discipline in the closing stages.

James McKielt top-scored for Derry with five points but it was Mickey Harte's men who will grab the headlines for a display which confirms their ability to contend for this year's All-Ireland title.

Roscommon had a straightforward afternoon as they eased past Leitrim by 1-21 to 0-11 in Carrick-on-Shannon to book a Connacht SFC semi-final clash with Sligo in three weeks’ time.

It was a day to forget for Leitrim as they offered a weak resistance to their superior opponents, suffering a biggest ever loss to their neighbours, while they finished the match with just 12 players on the pitch after receiving a red card and two dismissals.

O'Sullivan likely to play on

09:49 | Today

Kerry forward Darran O'Sullivan says he will play another Championship summer if manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice wants him to.

Geaney urges Clifford to stay with U-20s

09:34 | 21/9/17

Kerry All-Star forward Paul Geaney says rising star David Clifford may be better off playing Under-20 football next season.

Dublin & Mayo pair nominated for FOTY

08:54 | 21/9/17

Dublin's James McCarthy and Stephen Cluxton and Mayo's David Clarke and Andy Moran have been nominated for the 2017 Footballer of the Year award.

Moran wants Brick to stay on

11:37 | 20/9/17

Waterford captain Kevin Moran wants Michael "Brick" Walsh to stay on for another crack at winning the Liam MacCarthy Cup.

Canning, Barron and Moran nominated for Hurler of the Year

09:35 | 20/9/17

Galway's Joe Canning and the Waterford pair of Jamie Barron and Kevin Moran have been nominated for the 2017 Hurler of the Year award.

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