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HEADACHE FOR HOOPS.

Byline: BY JOHNNY STEWART

PADDY KELLY, inset, will have to decide whether to hand goalkeeping duties back to regular stopper Declan Brown for Saturday's home game with Tobermore United or stick with cup hero Niall Murphy.

Murphy stepped in at the eleventh hour on Saturday when Brown failed a late fitness test ahead of the WKD Intermediate Cup quarter-final at Limavady United.

Teenager Murphy had a terrific game and even saved a penalty in the spot kick decider which followed a 1-1 draw.

The Hoops went through to a semi-final against Portadown on a 4-3 verdict.

Brown has been out for several weeks through injury but appeared to be ready to make a comeback.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 24, 2009
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