FROM CHRIS MCNULTY IN CASTLEBAR
MAYO manager James Horan expects all of his walking wounded, with the exception of crocked captain Andy Moran, to be fit for the All-Ireland final.
Lee Keegan, Richie Feeney and Colm Boyle are the other over whom there are concerns, but Horan says that he believes all three will be in the frame to face Donegal on Sunday-week.
Keegan dislocated a finger during their semi-final win over Dublin and hasn’t done any contract training since, though Horan suggested this week that he is ‘on track’ for a return in the coming days, while Feeney is also said to be ‘progressing very well’ in his rehab on a calf injury.
Boyle, meanwhile, has sat out training this week as a result of a virus that prevented him from starting the win over Dublin.
“He was training with us last night so he’s on track,” Horan said of the wing-back.