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Peter O'Mahony expected to be fit for Munster, Donnacha Ryan a major doubt

Updated: Tuesday, 01 Apr 2014 16:31 | Comments

Peter O'Mahony took part in Munster training, but his hamstring injury is being monitored
Peter O'Mahony took part in Munster training, but his hamstring injury is being monitored

Munster may have to plan without Donnacha Ryan for their Heineken Cup quarter-final against Toulouse on Saturday, but expect their captain, Peter O’Mahony to be fit.

Ryan is still a major doubt following the foot injury that ruled him out of the Pro12 derby against Leinster last Saturday.  His foot injury is recovering slower than was hoped for.

Munster are also monitoring the hamstring injury that meant O’Mahony was a last-minute absentee from the Leinster encounter.

O'Mahony took a limited part in training on Tuesday, and is expected to train fully on Thursday and be available for selection. 

Damien Varley, Keith Earls and Tommy O'Donnell are all on curtailed training workloads but expected to be ready for the weekend.

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