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Live Reporting

By John Haughey

All times stated are UK

  1. Oisin not sure about Tyrone's All-Ireland credentials

    Oisin McConville says Tyrone are genuine Ulster Championship contenders but is not sure about their All-Ireland title credentials.

  2. Post update

    Former Derry manager Brian Mullins celebrates victory over Donegal in the 1998 Ulster Final
    Image caption: Former Derry manager Brian Mullins celebrates victory over Donegal in the 1998 Ulster Final
  3. Post update

  4. TV and Radio coverage on now folks

    Mark Sidebottom is guiding proceedings on BBC TWO Northern Ireland with Michael McNamee presenting coverage on Radio Ulster 1341 Medium Wave. But please stick with us too in live text commentary land.

  5. Did you know?

    Derry were the only county to stage Football Championship fixtures at two different venues last year - Celtic Park and Owenbeg.

  6. What about Paddy Bradley's Tyrone selection?

    Thoughts on Paddy's Red Hand line-up?

    Paddy Bradley's Tyrone selection
    Image caption: Paddy Bradley's Tyrone selection
  7. "It would be foolish to look ahead..."

    Tyrone manager Mickey Harte

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    Video caption: Mickey Harte
  8. Oisin McConville picks his best Tyrone team

    Do you agree with Oisin's selection?

    Oisin McConville's Tyrone team selection
    Image caption: Oisin McConville's Tyrone team selection
  9. Derry win minor contest

    First blood to Derry at Celtic Park as their young guns win the Ulster Minor contest 1-15 to 0-10.

  10. Barton has Red Hand history

    Derry manager Damian Barton during his playing days with the county
    Image caption: Damian Barton had some memorable battles with Tyrone during his playing days

    Derry manager Damian Barton never shirked the battle during his playing days against the Red Hands. The Newbridge man was in the thick of things in the epic 1995 Ulster semi-final when the 13-man Red Hands earned a 0-11 to 0-10 victory at Clones over the 1993 All-Ireland champions. Tyrone's Pascal Canavan was sent off after clashing with Barton that day. Barton's post-match appraisal of Tyrone's tactics didn't endear him to Red Hand fans. So Barton's presence in the Derry dug-out today throws in a little more spice to an already hot mix. 

  11. Celtic Park cracker in store

    Can outsiders Derry shock Ulster favourites Tyrone?

    So after a somewhat low-key beginning in Ulster last weekend, the province's most bitter footballing rivals (sorry Armagh) get ready to go into battle at Celtic Park. Tyrone go in as strong favourites but Derry manager Damian Barton has insisted all week that his team can win today. Let battle commence.