No new injury worries for Munster ahead of Leinster clash

Munster have reported no new injuries to the squad ahead of their Guinness Pro14 game on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium.

Johann van Graan’s side got preparations underway for their second interpro of the season at the High Performance Centre at UL today.

Mike Haley, who was due to start at full back in Munster’s 64-7 win over Ulster last weekend, will be monitored by the medical team after reporting a tight hamstring and will return to training this week.

Munster have also been handed a boost with the news that Tyler Bleyendaal is continuing to progress towards a playing comeback by continuing his step up to full team training. The last time Bleyendaal played for Munster was in February.                                                                                                                                                                 

The Munster A team are also in action at the weekend and welcome Scarlets A at Irish Independent Park on Friday at 7:30pm, while the senior side’s game against Leinster has a 6pm kick off.

Elsewhere, the following players are continuing to rehab injuries: John Ryan (ankle), Liam O’Connor (knee), Rhys Marshall (calf), Conor Oliver (toe), Jack O’Donoghue (knee), Conor Murray (neck), Neil Cronin (shoulder), James Hart (knee), Chris Farrell (knee), Ronan O’Mahony (ankle).

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