Regan suffers injury set back

Out for 12 weeks: Evan Regan broke his collarbone again in training with Mayo during the week. Photo: Sportsfile

Out for 12 weeks: Evan Regan broke his collarbone again in training with Mayo during the week. Photo: Sportsfile

Ballina Stephenites attacker Evan Regan suffered a reoccurrence of the injury that ruled him out of the majority of the Allianz National Football League on Tuesday night in training. The young Ballina attacker broke his collar-bone in training with Mayo which is expected to rule him out of action for another 12 weeks until mid July. This will rule Regan out of action for Mayo’s championship opener against Galway/Leitrim or New York on June 16, with Connacht final taking place on Sunday, July 19.

In a statement released by Mayo GAA yesterday they said “Evan has been to visit the consultant and in conjunction with the Mayo senior football medical team will be reviewed and will continue to work to get Evan back to full fitness as soon as is possible. It is likely that Evan will be out of action for at least 12 weeks. We wish Evan a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing him back on the playing field in the green and red soon.”

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