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Kilcormac-Killoughey's Daniel Currams set to miss All-Ireland hurling club final

Updated: Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013 17:42 | Comments

Currams' (second from left) absence will surely be felt as the Offaly chase a first national title
Currams' (second from left) absence will surely be felt as the Offaly chase a first national title

Ahead of the All-Ireland hurling club final, Kilcormac-Killoughey have suffered a huge blow with the news that ace forward Daniel Currams has sustained a suspected broken arm.

Currams suffered the injury in a challenge match involving the Offaly side and the Kilkenny U-21s over the weekend and will now miss the St Patrick's Day showdown with St Thomas' of Galway.

The player, who also has represented Offaly in both codes, has been instrumental in Kilcormac-Killoughey's march to a first decider decider, grabbing vital goals in both the Leinster and provincial campaigns. 

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