Lyster back in the RTÉ hot seat after his heart attack
Published 20/07/2015 | 02:30
'Sunday Game' stalwart Michael Lyster made a welcome return to our screens last night after an almost two-month absence following a recent health scare.
The presenter was rushed to hospital in June after suffering a heart attack following a day out playing golf.
Last month he revealed the seriousness of the heart scare in an exclusive interview with the Irish Independent.
Despite the incident he remains upbeat and positive about the future.
"There's no point worrying for the rest of your life," he said.
"I had a shaky call, obviously, but the recent tragedies in Berkeley and Tunisia put it all into perspective."
He was back in the RTÉ hot seat to oversee all the action from the Ulster and Connacht football finals.