Munster Issue Huge Conor Murray Update
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Back in action.
Munster have confirmed Ireland international scrumhalf Conor Murray is finally back in full training after recovering from a neck problem that has kept him sidelined all season.
This follow’s Friday’s positive update on Chris Farrell, Conor Oliver, Ronan O’Mahony, Calvin Nash and Jaco Taute, who are also back in full team training, and leaves Munster in good stead for next month’s Champions Cup double with Castres.
Up first for Munster though is a trip to Italy to take on Zebre this weekend with Murray in contention for a spot in the squad.
Meanwhile the following are progressing with rehabilitation: Liam O’Connor (knee), Rhys Marshall (hamstring), Jean Kleyn (thumb), Tommy O’Donnell (ankle), Jack O’Donoghue (knee), Dave O’Callaghan (foot), James Hart (knee), Dan Goggin (knee), Stephen Fitzgerald (foot).