Cian Lynch is reportedly an injury doubt for Sunday’s All Ireland final against Kilkenny.
The Hurler of the Year has been wearing a protective boot earlier in the week after injuring his ankle.
He is the treaties main concern ahead of the announcement of their team tonight.
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It is unfortunate news for the Patrickswell man who missed a most of the championship season suffering from a hamstring injury. He did manage to return to the panel for the semi-final win against Galway. He did manage to make an appearance in the 57th minute coming on for Tom Morrissey.
“It has been a privilege to be part of such an unbelievable group. It is different when you get an injury and you are watching on. But when you are so tight with the lads, there is such a flow. The last ten weeks flew with the rehab and getting through the phases.”
“It is a 36-man panel. Every training you have lads putting up their hands to make the 26 (Matchday squad) and then you have lads trying to get on the first 15. That is the beauty of it.”
“It’s the next man up. That is what it is. You have the trust in the guy left and right of you.”
Listen back to Brendan Hennessy and a host of expert guests who broke down Kilkenny v Limerick ahead of the 2022 All-Ireland senior hurling championship final.