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Mixed News On Injury Front For Tyrone

Wednesday 30.05.2018
Team Talk Mag
County


 

Tyrone have received mixed news on the injury front ahead of  their first round qualifier with Meath in Navan next weekend. Declan McClure, who came on at halftime in the Ulster championship defeat by Monaghan, sustained a shoulder injury when playing for Clonoe against Errigal Ciaran on Monday evening and had to come off.

On the plus side it looks as though Kieran McGeary will be available for selection ahead of the trip to Navan. McGeary, who captained the Red Hands to All Ireland U21 glory in 2015, didn’t finish training on Thursday night after sustained a knock to the knee and it was thought to be serious.

 

He had an MRI scan over the weekend and he didn’t play for his club Pomeroy on Sunday. The results on Monday though have given him the all clear and he was due to resume training last night. (Tuesday)

 

He featured in all seven games Tyrone’s division one National League campaign and came on in the 56th minute for the injured Lee Brennan in their first round championship defeat by Monaghan.

 

With Brennan and Mark Bradley both ruled out through injury and Peter Harte suspended McGeary could well get the nod for a starting berth against the Royals. There was other good news for Mickey Harte over the weekend with Colm Cavanagh and Tiernan McCann, who both came off against Monaghan, both playing full games for their clubs and coming through unscathed.

 

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