St Mullins' victory over Cuala in Sunday's Leinster Club Hurling Championship quarter-final was overshadowed by one of the Carlow side's backroom team members being taken ill.
Late in the game, Mullins selector Michael Ryan collapsed at Netwatch Cullen Park. His son Oisin had come on as a substitute earlier in the match and was removed from the action when his father fell ill.
Thankfully, Ryan is "doing well" according to the club. Cuala supporter Dr Niamh Murphy was among those to assist during the medical emergency.
All in St Mullins GAA Club we would like to sincerely thank you for all your efforts today. It's is genuinely appreciated. Special thanks to your wonderful @CualaCLG supporter Dr. Niamh Murphy. Micheal is doing well due in no small part to your assistance. Míle Buíochas.
— Naomh Moling (@NaomhMoling) November 3, 2019
The Irish Independent reports that Ryan was treated at the scene for 40 minutes before being transported to St Luke's Hospital in Kilkenny.
Mullins won the game by a point - 2-13 to 0-18 - against the 2017 and 2018 All-Ireland champions.
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