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Injury concerns for Cavan as Ulster championship gets underway

Jun 22, 2021 10:06 By Sean McCaffrey
Injury concerns for Cavan as Ulster championship gets underway Injury concerns for Cavan as Ulster championship gets underway
Cavan captain Raymond Galligan lifting the Anglo Celt cup.
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Cavan will be without Ciaran Brady for their defence of the Anglo Celt cup

Cathal McShane could be set to return to action for Tyrone ahead of their upcoming Ulster Championship campaign. The former All-Star forward has been out since picking up an ankle injury in February of last year.  Joint-manager Fergal Logan says McShane is back in full training ahead of their opener against Cavan next month.

The Breffni county have a number of injury concerns going into that fixture on the 10th of July. The current champions will be planning without Ciaran Brady who is set to miss the rest of the playing year with a knee injury, while James Smith is also recovering from a knock picked up in their league win over Longford a number of weeks ago. Manager Michael Graham give an update on their situation, noting that the quick turn around from league to championship was making it difficult to get players back

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