Tuesday 27 September 2016

Video: The Tyrone players celebrated their Ulster final win with an epic sing song in the dressing room

Harry Clarke

Published 18/07/2016 | 08:03

Darren McCurry and Connor McAliskey of Tyrone celebrate after the Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Final
Darren McCurry and Connor McAliskey of Tyrone celebrate after the Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Final

The Tyrone players showed exactly what yesterday's Anglo Celt Cup win meant to them with a rousing sing song in the dressing room after their two-point win over Donegal.

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It was Tyrone's first Ulster title in six years and the sense of relief and joy in players and fans alike was evident to see following the late late show against Donegal in Clones.

Red Hand boss Mickey Harte summed up the general mood of everyone in Tyrone after the match when he said: "Absolutely the best. This is the best of all of them because of the famine that was there for six years and because of what had gone before when maybe Ulster titles were taken for granted . This is different, the county was waiting on this.

"We got back-to-back titles in 2009 and 2010 and nobody cared a jot. Now, you see what it means to them to win today.

"This is a real reality check for people. These Ulster titles are important and they don't come around easy".

And those feelings were certainly reflected in the dressing room after the game with footage emerging on Rory's Stories Facebook page of the players belting out a rousing sing song.

Watch the scenes here:

 

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