Leinster Issue Injury Updates On Sean O’Brien, Robbie Henshaw & Dan Leavy
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Head coach Leo Cullen has issued a squad injury update ahead of this Friday’s Guinness PRO14 meeting with Ospreys at the RDS Arena.
As reported by the Irish Rugby medical team, Dan Leavy sustained a strain to his neck and is undergoing a period of rehabilitation. He will not be available for selection this weekend.
Seán O’Brien underwent a surgical procedure for a forearm injury sustained in Ireland’s Guinness Series match against Argentina. He will be out for eight to 12 weeks.
Robbie Henshaw is undergoing a period of rehabilitation for a hamstring strain. He will be out for a period of four to six weeks. It was also confirmed last week that Joe Tomane will be out for up to five months with a hamstring injury.
There was no update on Fergus McFadden (hamstring), Rory O’Loughlin (knee), Will Connors (ACL) and Barry Daly (knee).