Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has confirmed that star forward Stephen O'Neill is fully fit ahead of Sunday's hugely anticipated Ulster quarter-final against reigning All Ireland champions Donegal.
The former Footballer of the Year was forced to miss this year's National League final defeat to Dublin after suffering an ankle injury in the warm-up before the game at Croke Park.
Tyrone attacker Ronan O’Neill has been ruled out having damaged a hamstring in training, and will play no part at Ballybofey.
O’Neill had returned to full fitness after missing most of last season with a cruciate injury.
Tyrone have lost out in the last two Championship campaigns against Donegal and Joe McMahon is hoping history won’t repeat itself come Sunday…
Mickey Harte recruited new players into the panel at the start of the year, one of those is goal keeper and free-taker Niall Morgan…
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