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Forward- Jason Doherty

                                                                     Photo: The Independent  Out of all the things to be thankful in the world of GAA one of the main things for me would have to be the service the players give to their county, As the years go by and memories are made the fans grow an unbreakable bond with the players. Throughout the Mayo squad we have so many different personalities, so many great stars but many who are considered underrated, Many people consider this era of footballers to be the best throughout Mayo history. In todays post I'll be talking about a footballer who even though has had bad luck with injuries, has established himself as one of Mayo's greatest servants forward Jason Doherty. Photo: Midwest Radio The Burrishoole native made his debut against London in 2011, has made 53 + appearances in the Mayo jersey with a scoreline of 6-48 aswell of securing 1x Division 1 Title and 3x Connaught Titles. Its safe to say Doherty's Mayo career so fa
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