Cavanagh an injury concern for Tyrone

Cavanagh an injury concern for Tyrone

Having injured his shoulder in a club game, Sean Cavanagh is now a serious doubt for Tyrone's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Armagh on Sunday, June 10.

Cavanagh suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder during Moy's All County League Division 2 encounter with Derrytresk yesterday afternoon.

He was treated on the pitch and then taken by ambulance to hospital afterwards, with the full extent of the injury yet to be confirmed.

The 2008 Footballer of the Year is only back playing for Tyrone since late March after undergoing surgery on a detached tendon in his shoulder.

He has now joined Kyle Coney, Ronan O'Neill and Tommy McGuigan on the Red Hands' injury list, while Davy Harte (groin) is battling to be fit to face Armagh.

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