MUNSTER Rugby have confirmed that Limerick prop David Kilcoyne and backrower Jack O’Donoghue have both returned to full training this week.
32 year-old Kilcoyne has only played 27 minutes this season because of ankle and calf injuries and his return will provide a major boost to Munster ahead of their game against Leinster at Thomond Park this weekend.
O’Donoghue missed Munster’s contest with Connacht on the 9th of January with a minor knock.
On the concussion front, second row Jean Kleyn and fullback Mike Haley have both completed their return to play protocols and will also be available to play this weekend.
Keynan Knox (knee), Matt Gallagher (shoulder), RG Snyman (knee), Neil Cronin (knee) and Joey Carbery (ankle) are all still unavailable.
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