Cavanagh unsure of last hurrah with Ireland

Sean Cavanagh said it his highly unlikely for him to return to Ireland and see action in the International Rules Series.

“It is goging to be tough. I said to Joe I would see how things go with the club, and things are progressing rather well,” Cavanagh told the Irish News.

Cavanagh and his wife are expecting their third child and conceded that he might miss out on what could have been his last chance to rep Ireland.

“It may be difficult to commit if the run keeps going, but we’ll just take it week by week at this stage.”

Moy are through the Tyrone IFC final and will continue in Ulster should they defeat Derrylaughan.

The former Tyrone captain recently retired from intercounty football.

He saw action for Ireland in recent years including steering his country to glory in 2008.

But for now, priorities are in check for him and he is putting his family first.

“I had a fire in the business this week, and my wife is heavily pregnant at this tage, so there’s lots of things happening in my life at the moment.”

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