Leinster Issue Injury Updates On Furlong, Leavy & More Ahead Of Champions Cup Quarter Final
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PRO14 champions Leinster Rugby have issued the following injury update ahead of their Champions Cup quarter-final clash with Saracens on Saturday.
Injury Update – Available for Selection:
Ciaran Parker: has completed his COVID-19 protocols having arrived in from the UK over two weeks ago and has started training with the team.
James Ryan: came through the game against Ulster Rugby with no issues following his return from a shoulder injury.
Fergus McFadden: has recovered from his calf injury and will resume full training this week.
Injury Update – Further Assessment Required:
Tadhg Furlong: will be further reviewed this week regarding involvement against Saracens following his return from a back injury.
Dan Leavy: will be further reviewed this week regarding involvement against Saracens following his return from a knee injury.
Injury Update – Unavailable for Selection:
Dan Sheehan: injured his cheekbone in training and has had a procedure. Will be out of action for between four to six weeks.
No New Injury Update – Unavailable for Selection:
Vakh Abdaladze (back), Dave Kearney (hamstring), Conor O’Brien (hamstring) and Adam Byrne (hamstring).