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Glentoran defender Bobby Burns has confirmed he suffered a double leg break during Saturday's game at Coleraine.
He took to Twitter last night to say his tibia and fibula were fractured and he'll be out for the rest of the season.
The Northern Ireland under-21 international is on loan at the Oval from League Two Barrow.
In his post, Bobby confirms he apportions no blame to Bannsiders striker James McLaughlin:
True class here from @Glentoran & @NorthernIreland u21 star @bobbyburns99— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 2, 2020
Sadly confirms he's out for rest of the season with double leg break but apportions no blame to @ColeraineFC striker James McLaughlin for Saturday's incident at the Showgrounds:
Sport on air on the hour pic.twitter.com/wAPF0xepUe
Straight red for Coleraine's James McLaughlin.
Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke has won the TimberTech Championship in Florida.
The senior tour success is his first victory since winning the Open at Royal St George's in 2011.
Donegal will meet Armagh in the Ulster football semi-final on Saturday week.
The Orchard County beat Derry in the last eight yesterday, while Donegal knocked out Tyrone.
FT: #UlsterChampionship@Doiregaa 0-15 @Armagh_GAA 0-17— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 1, 2020
Great battle at Celtic Park but Orchard County through to play @officialdonegal in the semi-final on Saturday November 14th@UlsterGAA #Ulster2020 pic.twitter.com/3y9HNi4dNe
🎥 FT: #UlsterChampionship@officialdonegal 1-13@TyroneGAALive 1-11— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 1, 2020
Darragh Canavan with Tyrone goal in rainswept Ballybofey👇but Red Hands crash out
In s/f on Sat. Nov 14th Donegal will face winners of @Doiregaa v @Armagh_GAA 4pm today #Ulster2020 pic.twitter.com/mIxpZk0O8v