Thousands set to welcome Tyrone team home after All-Ireland final defeat to Dublin
TYRONE's beaten All-Ireland finalists are set to be welcomed home at a reception in Omagh this evening.
Thousands are expected at Healy Park in Omagh to welcome Mickey Harte and his team home after their defeat to four-in-a-row champions Dublin yesterday.
The team is due to arrive in Aughnacloy at around 4pm this afternoon before making their way to Healy Park for the main reception at approximately 7pm.
Our All Ireland Finalists will be arriving back in Tyrone this evening and we're calling on all supporters to help give them a hero's welcome!— Tyrone GAA (@TyroneGAALive) September 3, 2018
They'll be arriving in Aughnacloy at 4.00/4.30pm. The team then travel to Healy Park for the main event, arriving at 7.00/7.30pm. pic.twitter.com/aPDmQM5WKo
Our expert panel - Peter Canavan, Enda McGinley and Fergal Logan - has named Padraig Hampsey as the Tyrone Man of the Match. pic.twitter.com/np3uoBAL3I— Tyrone GAA (@TyroneGAALive) September 2, 2018
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