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Fired up: Ardboe forward Kyle Coney is focussed on becoming a regular in the Tyrone line-up

Fired up: Ardboe forward Kyle Coney is focussed on becoming a regular in the Tyrone line-up

�INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Fired up: Ardboe forward Kyle Coney is focussed on becoming a regular in the Tyrone line-up

It can be stated with complete certainty that 2020 is not the best year in which to be endeavouring to make up for lost time in a GAA playing context.

With a handful of matches having formed a moderate diet that stretched into early March, there is a growing belief in some quarters that the end-game may already have been reached.

Don't mention that within earshot of Ardboe club dynamo Kyle Coney, though. The sands of time may not be in his favour - he will be 30 come July - but this ebullient forward remains firmly convinced that he is capable of eventually bringing down the curtain on his Tyrone career in some style.