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McGee not short of back-up

Neil McGee in action against Dublin last week.

Neil McGee in action against Dublin last week.



DONEGAL’S teak-tough defender Neil McGee says his full-back colleague Paddy McGrath will come to his aid if he needs some help this season.

McGee is one of the best full-backs in the country and previously, he had his big brother Eamon beside him if things got heated.

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Eamon retired from intercounty football at the end of last season, but Neil says he won’t be short of back-up this term.

“(Paddy) McGrath has always been a good man to come in for me if I need a bit of help, so he’ll look after me.”

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