🚨Limerick suffer a massive blow ahead of the hurling Championship .. 😬

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Limerick midfielder Darragh O’Donovan has been ruled out of Limerick’s first two games against Clare and Tipperary.

The All-Star midfielder suffered a calf injury in training last month, two days before he was due to start against in the league.

O'Donovan sidelined for two games with calf injury

“Darragh O’Donovan’s injury is very slow in responding and he’ll be ruled out for the first two games. He won’t be available,” said Treaty manager John Kiely at the launch of the ‘Win a Home in Adare’ fundraiser.

“It’s a calf injury. We just want to make sure he gets back fully so we’re working hard on it, so is he, but for the moment, he won’t be available for the first two games.”

The action gets going now in only a matter of weeks and we can’t wait for it. Can Limerick be the first team to do five in a row in hurling?

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