Leinster Rugby Head Coach Leo Cullen has issued an injury update after the Round 2, Guinness PRO14 win away to Benetton Rugby on Saturday and unfortunately it is not good news for a number of players.

Jordan Larmour was withdrawn against Benetton Rugby with a dislocated shoulder and will have a procedure this week.

There is no timeline on his return yet until after the procedure but he will be unavailable for the upcoming Guinness Six Nations and Autumn Nations Cup.

Ryan Baird was also withdrawn from the game against Benetton Rugby with an adductor strain. He will be further assessed this week by the Leinster Rugby medical team.

Cullen also confirmed that Max Deegan suffered an ACL knee injury against Dragons at the RDS Arena in Round 1 and had a procedure last week which went well. Unfortunately, Max will be unavailable for a number of months.

It was also confirmed that Tadhg Furlong would remain under the supervision of the Leinster Rugby S&C and medical team this week as he recovers from a calf issue but that Rónan Kelleher (quad), Andrew Porter (hamstring), Johnny Sexton (hamstring) would all be assessed by the IRFU medical team this week.