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Injuries 16/17

Postby goreyguy » August 17th, 2016, 11:46 am

Johnny Sexton (Shoulder) - Out of the early PRO12 rounds.
Cian Healy (Neck) - Back training. No return date set.
Robbie Henshaw (Knee) - Progressing well after surgery. Still months away from return.
Isa Nacewa (Arm) - 'Very close' but no return date.
David Kearney (Knee) - "Nearing a return."
Rhys Ruddock (Ankle) - Out until Round 4 of PRO12 at least.
Mick Kearney (Shoulder) - Out of the early PRO12 rounds.
Sean O'Brien (Hamstring) - "Progressing well"
Ed Byrne (Knee) - Out 12 months already, "progressing" but no return date set.
Noel Reid(Foot) - "nearing a return"
Richardt Strauss (Knee) - set to set a specialist
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby cormac » August 17th, 2016, 12:33 pm

Mike McCarthy and Noel Reid are expected to be available for the friendly against Bath
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby LeRouxIsPHat » August 17th, 2016, 12:40 pm

All very vague. Doesn't sound good for Strauss although that's the first I've heard of anything.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby simonokeeffe » August 17th, 2016, 1:55 pm

LeRouxIsPHat wrote:All very vague. Doesn't sound good for Strauss although that's the first I've heard of anything.


Rob Kearney is given as training fully

Take away the dont care players, internationals who'd miss first few anyway, and we're doing ok
When he spreads his legs like that youd need dynamite or the Highland Light Infantry to shift him.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby cormac » August 17th, 2016, 2:04 pm

Article said 12-16 weeks for Henshaw recovery but now clarified that's from when he got injured in June.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Dirk Stickler » August 17th, 2016, 2:07 pm

Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby LeRouxIsPHat » August 17th, 2016, 2:52 pm

Henshaw said recently that he'd be touch and go for the European games in October. It'll be interesting to see what happens because I'm sure Joe will be desperate to have him for the All Blacks game.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby goreyguy » August 17th, 2016, 3:27 pm

Billy Dardis dislocated his shoulder in #Leinster's clash with Ulster in Navan last weekend.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Gearzbox2 » August 18th, 2016, 3:18 pm

Dirk Stickler wrote:Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.


Saw the list of injuries there
Not great reading, presume Irish lads will get back in the next few weeks probably depending on gametine on the tour
Saw the Kearney brothers, Sean O'Brien and J heaslip opened another bar
Barring Jamie it would be nice to see the former 3 string a few games together before maybe opening another booze establishment
Seems like their prerogatives are all over the place
Just my humble opinion
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby molloyjh » August 18th, 2016, 5:03 pm

Gearzbox2 wrote:
Dirk Stickler wrote:Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.


Saw the list of injuries there
Not great reading, presume Irish lads will get back in the next few weeks probably depending on gametine on the tour
Saw the Kearney brothers, Sean O'Brien and J heaslip opened another bar
Barring Jamie it would be nice to see the former 3 string a few games together before maybe opening another booze establishment
Seems like their prerogatives are all over the place
Just my humble opinion


What!? You know they can do that stuff and still be fully focused on their rugby, right? It's not like rugby needs to be or should be a 24/7 thing for them. Quite the opposite in fact. It's not as though they were skipping out on training to go help out the builders.

That's all like someone in work telling you that your priorities are all over the place because you go to rugby games rather than advancing your career. It's nonsense.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Oldschoolsocks » August 18th, 2016, 6:23 pm

Gearzbox2 wrote:
Dirk Stickler wrote:Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.


Saw the list of injuries there
Not great reading, presume Irish lads will get back in the next few weeks probably depending on gametine on the tour
Saw the Kearney brothers, Sean O'Brien and J heaslip opened another bar
Barring Jamie it would be nice to see the former 3 string a few games together before maybe opening another booze establishment
Seems like their prerogatives are all over the place
Just my humble opinion


Priorities?
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Gearzbox2 » August 18th, 2016, 6:34 pm

molloyjh wrote:
Gearzbox2 wrote:
Dirk Stickler wrote:Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.


Saw the list of injuries there
Not great reading, presume Irish lads will get back in the next few weeks probably depending on gametine on the tour
Saw the Kearney brothers, Sean O'Brien and J heaslip opened another bar
Barring Jamie it would be nice to see the former 3 string a few games together before maybe opening another booze establishment
Seems like their prerogatives are all over the place
Just my humble opinion


What!? You know they can do that stuff and still be fully focused on their rugby, right? It's not like rugby needs to be or should be a 24/7 thing for them. Quite the opposite in fact. It's not as though they were skipping out on training to go help out the builders.

That's all like someone in work telling you that your priorities are all over the place because you go to rugby games rather than advancing your career. It's nonsense.


I'm talking about from a recovery/performance based outlook on the situation
Between Rob and Sean they played 10 games for leinster last season
All I'm saying is are they focused enough on all the aspects that are needed to be the best pros
Rest-Recovery and all that goes with it
Not down the bridge or this new spot pulling pints for punters on a Wednesday before a game trying to promote the place
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Gearzbox2 » August 18th, 2016, 6:35 pm

Oldschoolsocks wrote:
Gearzbox2 wrote:
Dirk Stickler wrote:Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.


Saw the list of injuries there
Not great reading, presume Irish lads will get back in the next few weeks probably depending on gametine on the tour
Saw the Kearney brothers, Sean O'Brien and J heaslip opened another bar
Barring Jamie it would be nice to see the former 3 string a few games together before maybe opening another booze establishment
Seems like their prerogatives are all over the place
Just my humble opinion


Priorities?


Congrats, you can spell
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby molloyjh » August 18th, 2016, 6:41 pm

Gearzbox2 wrote:I'm talking about from a recovery/performance based outlook on the situation
Between Rob and Sean they played 10 games for leinster last season
All I'm saying is are they focused enough on all the aspects that are needed to be the best pros
Rest-Recovery and all that goes with it
Not down the bridge or this new spot pulling pints for punters on a Wednesday before a game trying to promote the place


How exactly does walking into a building for a couple of pictures impact their recovery? This is go-go-gadget levels of reaching.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Gearzbox2 » August 18th, 2016, 6:45 pm

molloyjh wrote:
Gearzbox2 wrote:I'm talking about from a recovery/performance based outlook on the situation
Between Rob and Sean they played 10 games for leinster last season
All I'm saying is are they focused enough on all the aspects that are needed to be the best pros
Rest-Recovery and all that goes with it
Not down the bridge or this new spot pulling pints for punters on a Wednesday before a game trying to promote the place


How exactly does walking into a building for a couple of pictures impact their recovery? This is go-go-gadget levels of reaching.


Clearly does, considering they played 12 games combined last year
You must be in the know though....
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Oldschoolsocks » August 18th, 2016, 6:54 pm

Gearzbox2 wrote:
Dirk Stickler wrote:Anyone know when Jamie, Jordi, Ross, etc will be allowed to play?

Should be interesting to see if there's an actual battle for the back up 10 jersey.

12- 16 weeks given for Robbie Henshaw is from when he had the surgery. So 8-12 weeks now.


Saw the list of injuries there
Not great reading, presume Irish lads will get back in the next few weeks probably depending on gametine on the tour
Saw the Kearney brothers, Sean O'Brien and J heaslip opened another bar
Barring Jamie it would be nice to see the former 3 string a few games together before maybe opening another booze establishment
Seems like their prerogatives are all over the place
Just my humble opinion

Gearzbox2 wrote:
Oldschoolsocks wrote:Priorities?


Congrats, you can spell


Correction, I can comprehend.

Nothing wrong with your spelling, you spelled the incorrect word correctly.
the irony being that ad-hominen and appeal to majority are the most often used defences of the apologist.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby simonokeeffe » August 18th, 2016, 7:08 pm

Once their bar ownership doesnt eventually lead to them claiming Noah's Ark disproves global warming then its ok
When he spreads his legs like that youd need dynamite or the Highland Light Infantry to shift him.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby erskinechilders » August 18th, 2016, 7:51 pm

Your reasoning here is absolutely ridiculous. In what way can promoting business outside of their rugby lives have any kind of impact on their rest and recovery. I would love to see their reaction to this claim. Sure Paul O'Connell only had to retire because he drank all that milk and was in those Pinergy ads.

They hardly go 'Feck this rugby stuff, I'm going for a pint!'

I really can't understand how you think that owning a bar could have any impact on O'Brien tearing his hamstring off the bone while in Paris, or whatever injuries are keeping Dave out and kept Rob out.
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby Oldschoolsocks » August 18th, 2016, 8:01 pm

erskinechilders wrote:Your reasoning here is absolutely ridiculous. In what way can promoting business outside of their rugby lives have any kind of impact on their rest and recovery. I would love to see their reaction to this claim. Sure Paul O'Connell only had to retire because he drank all that milk and was in those Pinergy ads.

They hardly go 'Feck this rugby stuff, I'm going for a pint!'

I really can't understand how you think that owning a bar could have any impact on O'Brien tearing his hamstring off the bone while in Paris, or whatever injuries are keeping Dave out and kept Rob out.


You're not meant to understand, you're meant to react.

It's clearly nonsense. A lot of the Leinster team past and present have completed a third level education while being full time professional rugby players, a few have also likely set up businesses. Dr. Phil finished medical school whilst here for example - perhaps that was the reason for his catastrophic injury v Munster in Lansdowne road? No, not likely
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Re: Injuries 16/17

Postby molloyjh » August 18th, 2016, 9:06 pm

erskinechilders wrote:Your reasoning here is absolutely ridiculous.


What reasoning? There is absolutely no logic there at all. Made up nonsense to have a go at people. It's quite sad really.
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