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Mayo’s Tom Parsons Undergoing First Of Several Surgeries

Mayo’s Tom Parsons, who picked up a rather horrific injury in his side’s last outing against Galway, has undergone the first of several surgeries. Mayo’s Connacht Senior Football Championship quarter-final defeat to Galway wasn’t perhaps a game that will live long in the memory for the quality of the action that was witnessed at MacHale Park that day. One of …

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Watch: Incredible Conor McManus Point Underlines All Star Credentials Already

Conor McManus scored an absolutely beautiful point in the final minutes of his Monaghan side’s 1-18 to 1-16 victory over Tyrone that had nearly everyone in attendance at Healy Park on their feet. Monaghan recorded an important win over Ulster Senior Football Championship holders Tyrone yesterday to book themselves into a semi-final against Fermanagh and while there were several talking-points …

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Tom Parsons Thanks Support In Defiant Comeback Message

Mayo midfielder Tom Parsons suffered a horror-injury over the weekend during his side’s narrow defeat to Galway in the Connacht SFC quarter-final. Last weekend’s Connacht Senior Football Championship quarter-final pairing between Galway and Mayo wasn’t perhaps the most warmly received fixture we’ve been treated to but when all was said and done in McHale Park, it was Galway who had …

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Tom Parsons To Undergo Further Tests On Knee Injury

Tom Parsons suffered a horrendous injury while in action against Galway yesterday. The Mayo player left the field of play in the second half at MacHale Park with a gruesome leg injury, following an accidental collision with Galway’s Eoghan Kerin. The Tribesmen ran out 1-12 to 0-12 winners, but Mayo’s foremost concerns were understandably with their stricken midfielder. The42.ie report that Parsons has suffered …

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Twitter Reacts As Galway Beat Mayo Late At McHale Park

Twitter reacts to today’s Connacht Senior Football Championship action between Galway and Mayo at McCale Park. The general public were pretty tough on today’s clash between Galway and Mayo which saw last year’s All-Ireland finalists pipped to the post at the last. Despite their possession, Mayo finished the first half down a point and down a man after Diarmuid O’Connor …

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