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In pictures: Ryan optimistic on O'Hanlon head injury after Northern Ireland lose out to champions Australia in World Cup opener

Belfast Telegraph Friday, 12 July 2019
In pictures: Ryan optimistic on O'Hanlon head injury after Northern Ireland lose out to champions Australia in World Cup openerNorthern Ireland netball coach Dan Ryan is optimistic that captain Caroline O'Hanlon will be fit for this weekend's matches.
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