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'Out by the roots': Eoin Bradley on his treble dream, wedding and honeymoon all being scuppered by coronavirus pandemic

 

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Quality time: Eoin Bradley with his partner Emma and children Cathaoir and Cara at home in Kilrea

Quality time: Eoin Bradley with his partner Emma and children Cathaoir and Cara at home in Kilrea

Family time: Eoin Bradley, his fiancée Emma, Cathaoir (14), Cara (9) and dog Bella

Family time: Eoin Bradley, his fiancée Emma, Cathaoir (14), Cara (9) and dog Bella

Quality time: Eoin Bradley with his partner Emma and children Cathaoir and Cara at home in Kilrea

Coleraine striker Eoin Bradley says he can't wait to experience a post Covid-19 world after the virus hit the pause button on his stag do, wedding and honeymoon as well as the Bannsiders' treble dream.

Football remains suspended in Northern Ireland while the fight against coronavirus still rages and the break came at a time when Oran Kearney's men were working on adding league title success and Irish Cup glory to their League Cup triumph.

The 36-year-old former Derry GAA hero is normally a man for the big sporting occasion but now he's keeping himself busy around his home in Kilrea while fiancée Emma is working on the Covid-19 wards at Altnagelvin Hospital.