Leinster Confirm Jordan Larmour Injury Is Even Worse That We Thought
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Leinster Rugby have confirmed that Jordan Larmours recovery period for his dislocated shoulder is even longer than initially anticipated.
The Ireland fullback will be out for up to 16 weeks with initial reports suggesting he would be back within 12 weeks.
Here’s Leinster’s full injury update from today.
Injury Update – Available for Selection:
Dave Kearney: has returned to full training after recovering from a hamstring injury.
Ciarán Frawley: has passed the Graduated Return to Play Protocols after his injury in the Round 1 game against the Dragons and returns to full training this week.
Dan Sheehan: has returned to full training after recovering from a fractured cheekbone.
Injury Update – Further Assessment Required:
Dan Leavy: will hope to further increase his training load this week as he continues his return from a knee injury.
Injury Update – Unavailable for Selection:
Jordan Larmour: had a procedure last week on a dislocated shoulder and will be missing for up to 16 weeks.
No New Injury Update – Unavailable for Selection:
Ryan Baird (adductor), Max Deegan (knee), Tadhg Furlong (calf), Vakh Abdaladze (back), Conor O’Brien (hamstring) and Adam Byrne (hamstring).