Kildare Senior Footballer, Neil Flynn, is recovering from recent surgery to remove his appendix. Flynn first suffered his related abdominal pain symptoms last Wednesday & following a visit to Team Doctor, Dr. Philip Aherne that afternoon, was directed straight to Naas hospital where he was admitted that night. Following a variety of tests on Thursday, his appendix was removed on Friday morning & he is now recovering at home. Senior Football Manager, Cian O’ Neill commented that “this is very unfortunate for Neil as he has been playing fantastic football in recent weeks & has really been working hard on his game. It is of course particularly bizarre insofar as this has happened so soon after Emmet’s similar case over Christmas. The primary focus now is Neil’s guided recovery & general health & only then will we discuss a return to play protocol for him”.
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