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Concussion Ends Ryan McHugh's Season

Concussion Ends Ryan McHugh's Season

Ryan McHugh has been ruled out for the remainder of the club season as he continues to recover from a second concussion this year. The Kilcar man will play no part in his club's attempts to retain the Donegal senior championship, after getting injured in a challenge match against St Vincents of Dublin last month.

Speaking to the Donegal Sport Hub, Kilcar manager Barry Doherty said "Ryan won't make it this year - regardless of how far we get." McHugh already suffered a concussion earlier in the season, while playing for his county in their last match of the Allianz League, against Tyrone.

Kilcar - who were already without the services of Paddy McBrearty - face Naomh Conaill in the quarter-final of the Donegal championship this Sunday.

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Mark Farrelly
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Balls Media Audience Development Manager. Former Miss World 1997 contestant.

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