Limerick midfielder John Galvin is a big doubt for the Treaty County ahead of their Limerick’s Munster SFC semi-final against either Kerry or Tipperary on June 4.
The Croom man sustained a knee injury in last weekend’s challenge match against Down and is currently awaiting the results of an MRI scan.
Speaking to the Irish examiner Limerick manager Maurice Horan said: “He can’t put any weight on his leg at the moment so it’s a fairly serious injury in terms of the time until we play Championship.
“He just went over on it in a collision with a player in a challenge match. A player hit him on the inside of his leg and forced his leg out.”
Thankfully the former Munster under -21 Championship winner does appear to have suffered any cruciate damage.
“We don’t think it’s the cruciate. The guy who did the scan didn’t think it was cruciate because of the things he was able to do with his knee,” added Horan.