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Brian Mullins' son Nathan could play inter-county football for Donegal next season

St Vincent’s midfielder has been invited to join Declan Bonner’s panel, according to a report.

Mullins, left, won another Dublin county title with Vincent's last month.
Mullins, left, won another Dublin county title with Vincent's last month.
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NATHAN MULLINS, SON of legendary Dublin All-Ireland winner Brian, could line out for the Donegal senior footballers next season.

Mullins, who was born in Donegal and was on both Dublin and Donegal panels at U21 level, has been invited to join Declan Bonner’s squad for 2018, the Donegal News reports.

The midfielder is reportedly set to link up with the panel in the coming weeks, although any immediate plans may have to be shelved while he is involved in St Vincent’s Leinster club campaign.

Mullins has been a mainstay for the Marino men who have re-established themselves as the capital’s dominant football force, winning four of the last five county titles, as well as three provincial crowns and an All-Ireland.

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