Leinster Star Ruled Out For Rest Of Season Through Injury
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Leinster will be without Ireland international Adam Byrne for the rest of the season after the winger picked up a season-ending quad injury.
The eastern province are still battling on both fronts, having already secured a PRO14 semi-final spot on top of them reaching a second successive Champions Cup final over the weekend.
Byrne’s absence could spell bad news for Jamison Gibson-Park or Scott Fardy with one of them now likely to miss out on the Champions Cup final in place of James Lowe even more so with Byrne out.
— Des Berry (@des_berry) April 23, 2019