Ankle injury leaves Ronan McNabb in a race to make Ulster Semi Final

Tyrone have fresh injury concerns ahead of the Ulster SFC semi-final against Donegal on Sunday week.
Defender Ronan McNabb has suffered an ankle injury, and is in a race against time to be fit for the Clones clash on June 18.
But there’s better news for the Red Hands on the defensive front, with the return to fitness of Justin McMahon and Cathal McCarron.
Both men missed the quarter-final win over Derry, McMahon with a quad muscle injury and McCarron due to hamstring trouble.
But they came through full league games with their clubs at the weekend, and are ready to face the Tir Chonail men in a repeat of last year’s Ulster final.
Along with McMahon, Ronan O’Neill and Conor Meyler came through Omagh’s Division One league win over Carrickmore without picking up any injuries.
And McCarron played the full game for Dromore as they scored a comfortable victory over Urney.
However, his club-mate McNabb suffered an injury in the same game, which forced him off with ten minutes to play.
Tyrone’s players were all in action for their clubs at the weekend, with no other injury problems reported from a full round of league fixtures.