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Tyrone Star Mark Bradley Rules Himself Out Of Squad For 2019 Season

Tyrone forward Mark Bradley has officially ruled himself out of selection for the county panel ahead of next year’s season.

According to reports coming in from The Irish News, the Killyclogher star will not be available for Tyrone manager Mickey Harte from next year on.

Bradley is apparently studying to be a PE teacher in Liverpool next year and will be focussing his time on that and as a result, will not be featuring for his county in 2019.

Ulster GAA Senior Football Championship Final, St Tiernach's Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan 16/7/2017 Down vs Tyrone Tyrone's Mark Bradley celebrates a score Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

After overcoming an ankle injury in the earlier part of the last campaign, Bradley was able to play a pivotal role in his side’s march to the All-Ireland final – a match they, of course, lost out in against Dublin.

It will no doubt be a tough gap to fill for Harte and co. but Tyrone have boasted one of the strongest pools to select from in recent years so their supporters will still be hoping for a successful season when things kick off once again.

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