🚨Galway suffer a HUGE blow ahead of their semi-final clash against Limerick on Saturday

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Galway have been dealt a huge blow with the news that Jason Flynn will be out for the semi-final against Limerick at Croke Park on Saturday. Jason Flynn came off the bench in the Leinster hurling final and scored a goal.

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Speaking to Galway Bay FM, Shefflin confirmed the 2017 All-Ireland winner is set to be out of action for three months.

“Jason came back the Tuesday night after the Tipperary match and lit it up in training, to be honest,” Shefflin said.

“Bounced into training Thursday night and did a bad hamstring injury which is very unfortunate. He is going to be out for up to three months. It is a loss for ourselves but a massive loss for his club Tommie Larkins and hopefully, he’ll be back in time for them to still be in the championship.

“For ourselves, it is very disappointing. Jason is a great character around the group and brings great energy to the group. I’m sure the lads were very disappointed because he is such a wonderful hurling talent and when he is a flow, he just lights up the place and he can do magical things.”

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