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Mark Harte: When you played with Peter Canavan you felt anything was possible...and it often was

After the popular Oisin's Eleven during lockdown, Sunday Life Sport has introduced a new series as Oisin catches up with former players and characters in the GAA.

Mark Harte

This week, he chats with former Tyrone ace Mark Harte.

Mark, a school teacher by profession, was a fine footballer in his day, the son of one the greatest ever GAA managers and is now making his mark as one of the top coaches/managers in Ulster.

With success in the DNA, Mark has followed in his dad's footsteps in carving out a niche in what is a very vibrant and competitive club scene. Having gone through horrendous grief off the pitch with the horrendous murder of sister Michaela, his honesty and dignity is obvious, as is his grit and determination to honour his sister's memory. That same grit and determination is also obvious as he strives for yet more success as a fledging manager...