- Martin McHugh, Bernard Flynn and Des Newton look ahead to the National Football League. .
- Monaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke on his side's loss to Tyrone in the McKenna Cup final.
- Barry O'Neill traces the career of the late Kevin Heffernan.
- Pat Spillane and Barney Rock pay tribute to the late Kevin Heffernan.
Tyrone retained the Power NI Dr McKenna Cup with a Stephen O'Neill-inspired 4-11 to 1-10 win over Monaghan in heavy conditions at the Athletic Grounds.
Mark Donnelly was also to the fore with goals in both halves to help the Red Hands to a 10-point win.
Monaghan had started brighter and Kieran Hughes' goal and a point from Paul Finlay had them ahead by three after 15 minutes.
But Mickey Harte's men hit back almost immediately with goals from Donnelly and O'Neill to give them a six-point lead at the break.
Monaghan's job wasn't made easier when Ronan McNally was red-carded just before the pause.
And it was all over by the time Peter Harte fired home a late penalty as Mickey Harte claimed his sixth McKenna Cup as Tyrone boss.