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  • JoeyFantastic
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    Leamy Limps Out Of Ulster Game
    29 December 2011, 12:10 pm
    By The Editor

    Denis Leamy has been ruled out of contention for a place in the Munster squad for tomorrow's game with Ulster after aggravating and old injury (hip) in training.
    He had been named along with Sean Scanlon (shoulder) in the extended squad announced for this game but withdrew from training in Cork on Wednesday. Like Scanlon the injuries will be re-assessed early next week but at this stage neither are ruled out of contention with the Benetton Treviso game in mind. Declan Cusack is another who has a shoulder injury keeping him sidelined just now bringing the number of walking wounded to eleven.
    Good news however is that Peter O'Mahony (jaw) is expected back in time for the Treviso game,Mike Sherry (ankle) has resumed light training (jogging), Felix Jones (foot) is looking at a return sometime in late January/early February while Troy Smith (knee) and David Wallace (knee) are on schedule for a return in February.
    Nothing can be confirmed about a return date for Jerry Flannery (calf) with Doug Howlett(achilles,6-8 months) gone for the season and Darragh Hurley (back injury) looking at up to four months out.

  • Munsterboy
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    Originally posted by Hakaman View Post


    Good Lord Almighty Above do we deserve some mercy and Luck when it comes to these two lads who's skills we so desperately need this weekend.
    Earlsy usually causes them a few problems.

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  • Hakaman
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    Originally posted by Stringer9 View Post
    Keith Earls, Joey Carbery and Rhys Marshall return to full training this week and will be monitored as the week progresses.

    https://munsterrugby.ie/2019/05/13/s...14-semi-final/

    Let us pray.

    Good Lord Almighty Above do we deserve some mercy and Luck when it comes to these two lads who's skills we so desperately need this weekend.

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  • Stringer9
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    Keith Earls, Joey Carbery and Rhys Marshall return to full training this week and will be monitored as the week progresses.

    https://munsterrugby.ie/2019/05/13/s...14-semi-final/

    Let us pray.

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  • jagawayagain
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    Originally posted by Sea Horse View Post
    I know we worry here about Ireland preventing/limiting our players playing, maybe with justification, I don't know (at least in the preventing case), but FWIW I don't think there would be a block on him playing for us in the Semi-final if fully fit.
    It depends what ‘fully fit’ means, and what the injury is; some injuries have a high risk of recurring, look at Joey, for instance, long rehab, comes back, lasts 30 mins, at what point do you bring him back next time? No World Cup, you’d take that risk sooner, and hope it doesn’t recur, and if it does you’d have the summer to recover.

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  • Sea Horse
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    I know we worry here about Ireland preventing/limiting our players playing, maybe with justification, I don't know (at least in the preventing case), but FWIW I don't think there would be a block on him playing for us in the Semi-final if fully fit.

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  • barryfitz87
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    Originally posted by jagawayagain View Post

    Yes- the Earl situation is a bit worrying- not so much long terms as whether Ireland would really want him to risk playing ...
    I don't know if it was just a slip of the tongue but in a recent interview, when asked about Joey & Keith, JVG said that they are "very important players for Ireland & of course Munster" or words to that affect. But Ireland were definitely put ahead of Munster

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  • jagawayagain
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    Originally posted by scotscor View Post
    Delighted to see Tommy and the Wych back. Would love to see at least one of them involved in the 23 for the Leinster match. Worried about Keet.
    Yes- the Earl situation is a bit worrying- not so much long terms as whether Ireland would really want him to risk playing ...

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  • scotscor
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    Delighted to see Tommy and the Wych back. Would love to see at least one of them involved in the 23 for the Leinster match. Worried about Keet.

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  • scotscor
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    Originally posted by B.A. View Post
    That sentence is just a loose collection of words telling us nothing
    Does it not say that Joey is in full training and has been for more than a week. i.e. Joey's back baby!!

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  • ustix
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    Gwan Tommy

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  • jagawayagain
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    Originally posted by Thorns View Post
    Will Joe allow us play Wych against Leinster after he broke Jonty?
    I’d wait until after Saturday before speculating on the Leinster team- mind you- maybe they’d hide him from Fineen anyway!!

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  • Thorns
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    Will Joe allow us play Wych against Leinster after he broke Jonty?

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  • B.A.
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    Originally posted by theghost View Post

    Joey Carbery is progressing with his re-integration to full team training.

    That sentence is just a loose collection of words telling us nothing

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  • The Last Stand
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    What’s the read on that?

    tommy and Fineen on the mix for the semi?
    earls unlikely
    Carbery a maybe?

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