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Derry GAA left to do without Eoin Bradley as forward signs two-year contract with Glenavon
The forward will continue to play with his club this summer, but will not be selected for the Oak Leaf county.

DERRY GAA HAVE been dealt a blow today with the news that forward Eoin Bradley has agreed a two-year deal with Irish League side Glenavon.

The 30-year-old joins the Lurgan club having scored 12 goals from midfield for Coleraine last season and that form has evidently swayed his decision to commit to Association Football..

Bradley’s contract will not prevent him from playing gaelic games this summer and he intends to play club championship games with his club, Glenullin.

However, as the Irish Daily Star reported this morning, Derry county boss Brian McIver was only willing to welcome the forward back into the county panel if he had shelved his Irish League commitments in favour of Gaelic Football.

“I’m delighted that Eoin has decided to join Glenavon,” said the Lurgan Blues manager Gary Hamilton.

“He’s a player I have admired for some time and he will bring us plenty of energy and drive in the middle of the park and his goals will be a real bonus.”

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