Leinster Release Injury Update Ahead Of PRO14 Final Meeting With Ulster
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Leinster Rugby have released an injury update ahead of their Guinness PRO14 Final against Ulster Rugby on Saturday in the Aviva Stadium.
In a massive boost for the province, Ireland lock James Ryan has made an incredible recovery from his shoulder injury and is expected to be fit and ready for selection this weekend.
Further assessment, however, will be required for Dan Leavy, Tadhg Furlong and Jordan Larmour.
Injury Update – Available for Selection:
James Ryan: is expected to be available for selection for the Ulster Rugby game after recovering from a shoulder injury.
Injury Update – Further Assessment Required:
Jordan Larmour: was removed for a head injury assessment in the second half of the game against Munster Rugby and will continue to follow the graduated return to play protocols.
Tadhg Furlong: will be further reviewed this week regarding involvement against Ulster Rugby following his return from a back injury.
Dan Leavy: will be further reviewed this week regarding involvement against Ulster Rugby following his return from a knee injury.
Injury Update – Unavailable for Selection:
Fergus McFadden: will look to increase his training load again this week as he steps up his rehabilitation from a calf injury.
No New Injury Update – Unavailable for Selection:
Vakh Abdaladze (back), Dave Kearney (hamstring), Conor O’Brien (hamstring) and Adam Byrne (hamstring).
The Leinster Rugby team to face Ulster Rugby will be named at 12.00pm on Friday 11th September.