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Tyrone forward Lee Brennan out for eight weeks with hamstring injury

Lee Brennan, left, will miss up to eight weeks of Tyrone's Championship season
Francis Mooney

TYRONE forward Lee Brennan has been ruled out for eight weeks with a hamstring injury.

Brennan aggravated an existing problem during Sunday’s Ulster SFC defeat to Monaghan, and will miss the entire Qualifier series. He could be back in time for the Super 8s, should Tyrone get that far.

It was confirmed on Wednesday that Brenann’s strike partner Mark Bradley will also miss the early rounds of the Qualfiiers, having been ruled out for five weeks due to ankle ligament damage. He picked up the injury in the early stages of last weekend’s Healy Park tie and was forced off after just 15 minutes.

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