Bradley boost for Killyclogher

October 12, 2018

Killyclogher's Mark Bradley with Michael McKernan of Coalisland.
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Killyclogher have been handed a massive boost ahead of Sunday week's Tyrone SFC final with the news that Mark Bradley will be fit to play.

The county star was forced to retire after taking a knock to the head during last weekend's semi-final win over Ardboe, but Killyclogher manager Dominic Corrigan expects him to return for the O'Neill Cup decider against Coalisland.

"We are expecting him to be back. Mark is good to go, he will be okay," the former Fermanagh boss told the Irish News.

"He got a bad knock, but thankfully there were no breaks, and we're just relieved to have him. It would have been an awful shame if a player like Mark Bradley had to miss out on a championship final because of that.

"He got a facial injury, mouth and nose, and a bang on the head as well, so we weren't prepared to take any more chances with him."

There are fifteen county finals taking place this weekend with ten of those in football. Join our match tracker on Sunday afternoon for live updates from around the county grounds.


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