Scrum Coach John Fogarty provided an update on injuries when he spoke to the media at Leinster Rugby HQ on Monday afternoon.

Fergus McFadden, Isa Nacewa and Ian Nagle all came through Friday night’s bonus point win over Dragons without any issues.

Nacewa and McFadden both started, with the captain scoring two of Leinster’s eight tries.

Nagle played 60 minutes after coming as a first half replacement for Ross Molony.

Molony will be unavailable for selection this week after he was removed from the field of play with a strain to his knee joint. He is unavailable for selection and will be reviewed this week to determine a likely return to play date.

Garry Ringrose, Dan Leavy and Josh van der Flier have returned to rugby training and will be reviewed as the week progresses.

Mick Kearney injured his AC joint against Glasgow Warriors but has now returned to rugby training. He will be further assessed this week.

There was also injury news on players away on international duty this month.

Robbie Henshaw reported with tightness in his hamstring ahead of the Argentina game and James Ryan took a knock to his shoulder during Saturday’s match at AViva Stadium. Both players will be assessed further this week.

Fogarty also confirmed that James Lowe had trained well and will be available for selection this week.

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