That Tyrone goal in pictures!

I’m going to bed after this. Check this sequence of digital photos out. Peter Canavan’s swansong goal is captured perfectly imperfectly by one Michael McGonagle. Just keep moving on for the next four photos in the sequence. Don’t you just love Flickr!

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11 thoughts on “That Tyrone goal in pictures!

  1. In the interests of parallel of esteem etc, I demand David Healey’s goal against England last month from 10 different angles, fullscreen, possibly with a screensaver/slideshow option.

    Who’s going to the Wales match? I’m still trying to blag a pass…

  2. as someone said on the healy thread-“Don’t we do enough enough living i the past>? Move on”. Who was that poster again? Shurely not henry 94 being inconsistent and letting his prejuduces show? :0(

  3. Indeed, darth, after going on the David Healy thread I chanced on this one and wondered if Henry had made a similar comment…not quite eh…

  4. God sake lads! Its sport! Leave the politics out of it! Why do we need a pic of Healy for every pick of Canavan and vice versa? Both northern teams done well – can we all celebrate that?!

  5. Both brilliant goals – both brilliant results. If you read Henry94s posts back to back you also get the opportunity to see some classic “joined-up” bigotry. Marvellous

  6. FC

    Won the All-Ireland 2 weeks ago, 2nd time in 3 years. Canavan’s a legend what a season for the Red Hands. Roll on 2006.

  7. Ah such poetry in pictures.

    As the banner on Hill 16 read, ‘What’s a “Kingdom” without “God”?’

    We’ll miss him so.

    But as long as there’s Mugsy and Stevie O, Sam’ll have a home in Tyrone…

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