Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has disclosed that he had a brush with cancer in a recent years before receiving the all-clear in December 2017.
Harte, who leads Tyrone into the fourth All-Ireland final of his tenure this Sunday, told the Irish Examiner of his diagnosis with bladder cancer in early 2015.
Harte received treatment over the next two-and-a-half years before being given the all-clear at the end of 2017.
He only missed one match due to his condition, the final game of their 2015 league campaign when they slipped into the second tier.
Harte managed Tyrone to two Ulster titles and two All-Ireland semi-finals during his time receiving treatment.