GAA: O'Shea's Happy, He's Got a Clean Bill of Health; DAVID LEEN Discovers the Road to Recovery Hasn't Been an Easy One for a Kerry Great
Leen, David, The Mirror (London, England)
IN and around the general GAA landscapes it might have gone unnoticed, but Kerry's Billy O'Shea is back on the road to recovery after an injury nightmare.
O'Shea played the full 60 minutes with his club Laune Rangers at the weekend capturing their seventh league title in the club's history.
It was the first time O'Shea played a match since the Mayo game 12 months ago. What he has injured in the interim would put the patience of Job to the test.
But with his enthusiasm undimmed O'Shea is not happy with just his return for his club, he now wants his green and gold jersey back too.
O'Shea's problems began with a rare Maurice Fitzgerald miskick as he recalled.
"I signalled straight away to the bench and by the look on the physio's face I knew that something serious was wrong," he said.
O'Shea broke his tibia and fibula in what is known as a compound fracture, his dream ended after only seven …
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Publication information: Article title: GAA: O'Shea's Happy, He's Got a Clean Bill of Health; DAVID LEEN Discovers the Road to Recovery Hasn't Been an Easy One for a Kerry Great. Contributors: Leen, David - Author. Newspaper title: The Mirror (London, England). Publication date: November 25, 1998. Page number: 6. © 2009 MGN LTD. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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