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Bradley delight at overcoming Tyrone challenge

Updated: Sunday, 01 Jul 2012 10:57 | Comments

Bradley and Donegal stood tall against Tyrone in the final moments
Bradley and Donegal stood tall against Tyrone in the final moments

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Donegal ‘s Ryan Bradley was delighted with the win over Tyrone – a victory that sees the county contest a consecutive Ulster final.

Jim McGuinness’ side ran out 0-12 to 0-10 winners against the Red Hand in the semi-final encounter in Clones and will now contest the provincial decider against Down on 22 July.

Bradley was awarded with the man-of-the match award after the Clones semi-final, where his performance got praise from RTÉ pundit Pat Spillane, who highlighted how his game has evolved since last year.

After the match, Bradley added: "It’s a big achievement to get to two Ulster finals in-a-row. It was a tactical battle out there especially in the first half.

"The game opened up a bit more in the second period, and we started running at them. The scores came and we got ahead. In the last 10 minutes, we had to defend, but we did that well."

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