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Red alert: Cathal McShane is ready to boost Tryone’s hopes of reaching the final. Credit: INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Red alert: Cathal McShane is ready to boost Tryone’s hopes of reaching the final. Credit: INPHO/Tommy Dickson

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Red alert: Cathal McShane is ready to boost Tryone’s hopes of reaching the final. Credit: INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Tyrone may have had to search more thoroughly to locate the positives emanating from this season to date but ahead of Sunday’s eagerly-awaited Ulster senior football championship semi-final against Donegal joint manager Feargal Logan believes he can pinpoint one area which has yielded benefits.

When you look at last weekend’s win over Cavan it’s not too difficult to assess the impact that our substitutes made,” points out Logan, “The fact of the matter is that several players did very well when they were brought on in that game. Brian Kennedy put in an exceptional shift, Mark Bradley also showed up well and we all saw the impact that Cathal McShane made.”


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