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County board calls off ACFL matches over injury fears

Thursday, 18th May, 2017 11:23am

County board calls off ACFL matches over injury fears

This weekend's ACFL matches are off.

Paul Fitzpatrick

Cavan county board have postponed this weekend's scheduled ACFL matches due to worries about county players picking up injuries ahead of the Ulster SFC clash against either Fermanagh or Monaghan on June 11.

"Due to concerns over the  growing number of injuries within the County Senior Panel and the unavailability of a significant number of county players to theircClubs at the present time, this Saturday's ACFL fixtures have been postponed," stated an email from the CCC.

"Clubs not affected who wish to proceed may do so once agreed by both teams," it read.

So far, six rounds of the All-County Football League have been played since it threw in on the weekend of April 8-9.

A number of Cavan players have picked up knocks in recent weeks, with Dara McVeety thought to be the main concern.

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