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Published: 13:02 | 18/3/16

Fitzmaurice praise for O'Sullivan

Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice says Darran O’Sullivan "is coming back to his best" following an injury-hit three seasons.

The 29-year-old played a full 70 minutes and scored two points in Kerry’s 2-13 to 0-14 win over Mayo in Castlebar last Sunday, and Fitzmaurice says the London-born forward seems to have fully recovered from the hip and hamstring injuries that have blighted his career.

“In other years at this time of year he’s had issues and hasn’t been able to get a clean run at it,” Fitzmaurice told The Kerryman.

“He worked very hard at it this winter and any issues that were there have cleared up and he’s been in a great vein for form. He’s been playing outstanding for us and he’s coming back to his best.”

The Munster champions travel to Monaghan on Sunday week in the National League Division, having won their last three matches against Down, Donegal and Mayo.

“I think the beauty of the league is that you’ve games coming thick and fast and the opportunity to try and improve from week to week,” said Fitzmaurice.

“I’m sure looking back on this game there’ll be plenty of things to try to improve on for the Monaghan game in two weeks.”

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