Tyrone keeper hits another brilliant point from play - this time to grab a late draw

Morgan’s superb equaliser ultimately sealed a point against Roscommon, but late drama followed.

FOR THE SECOND week in-a-row, Tyrone goalkeeper Niall Morgan landed a superb point from play.

While it hasn’t been the best of starts to the 2019 National Football League after back-to-back defeats to Kerry and Mayo, Mickey Harte’s men finally got a point on the board after a comeback win over Roscommon yesterday.

From seven points down, the Red Hand battled back to level matters at Dr Hyde Park and it was Morgan who hit the all-important score to secure a draw.

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2019-02-11 13:28
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