A year after he was dropped from the Mayo senior football panel, Liam Irwin could be about to return to inter-county football with London.
The Irish World reports that London manager Ciaran Deely will be having a chat with Irwin regarding his interest in playing with the exiles.
"We’ll be chatting to him about his availability. We always want to bring in quality... he’s definitely on our radar," Deely told Damian Dolan.
We’d like to get him in to train with us this week. There’s always a space for a couple of quality players within the squad, but anyone who does come in will train and then we’ll see.
Irwin twice won underage All-Irelands with Mayo. He was part of the Mayo side which defeated Tyrone in the 2013 final, scoring four points.
The Breaffy man was also a member of the Mayo team which won the 2016 All-Ireland U21 Championship, scoring 2-2 in the final against Cork.
Last month, Irwin transferred from Breaffy to North London Shamrocks. A recent appearance in a championship game means he is now eligible to turn out for London.
London currently sit mid-table in division four of the National League with one win and a draw from their four games.
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