Beirne back in training as URC quarter-final looms

Tadgh Beirne will be out of action for the remainder of the season

The Munster squad are stepping up their training this week at the High Performance Centre ahead of their URC quarter-final against Ulster in Belfast on Friday (7.35pm).

There’s good news on the injury front as Tadhg Beirne steps up his training load after rehabbing a thigh injury since the Six Nations campaign. His availability will be determined later in the week.

Andrew Conway’s availability will also be reviewed as the week advances following a knee aggravation sustained against Leinster in the final round of regular fixtures in the campaign.

Jean Kleyn and Neil Cronin also return to training this week after overcoming respective neck and ankle injuries.

Alex Kendellen is due to complete the return to play protocols this week.

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Continuing to rehab: Dave Kilcoyne (neck), RG Snyman (knee) John Hodnett (knee), Jack Daly (knee).

Munster take on Ulster in the URC quarter-finals on Friday, June 3 in Belfast.

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