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Donegal get boost as All-Ireland winner Kavanagh comes out of retirement

The 33 year-old has performed a u-turn.

Rory Kavanagh in action against David Moran in the 2014 All-Ireland final.
Rory Kavanagh in action against David Moran in the 2014 All-Ireland final.
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DONEGAL ALL-IRELAND winner Rory Kavanagh has come out of retirement to hand their squad an early season boost.

The news was confirmed on DonegalSportsHub.com this evening with the St Eunan’s club man set to rejoin manager Rory Gallagher’s setup.

Kavanagh had retired last January with his last appearance in the 2014 All-Ireland final loss.

But the 33 year-old is now back in harness after performing a u-turn and his availability is a boost to Donegal ahead of their Division 1 football league campaign.

Kavanagh was part of Donegal’s 2012 All-Ireland winning side and also claimed three Ulster senior medals.

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