Kurt McQuilkin provided an injury update ahead of this weekend’s game against Bath.

After the win in the Guinness PRO12 against Ospreys last Friday there were two fresh injury concerns for Leinster with Jamie Heaslip and Luke Fitzgerald both leaving the field after taking knocks during the game.

Speaking to the media in Leinster HQ on Monday afternoon, defence coach Kurt McQuilkin provided an update on the health of both players. 

“Jamie took a bang on the head on the weekend, so he’s going to follow the return to play protocols. Lukey Fitz took a stinger on the shoulder, so we’re just going to assess him over the week and see how things go there.”

Isaac Boss
There was some positive news with Isaac Boss expected to return to training this week after a hamstring injury, though McQuilkin confirmed it would be another few weeks before other injured players would return.

“Isaac Boss, hopefully we’ll have him back training this week after the hamstring injury. Mike Ross is still a couple of weeks away with his hamstring issue.

Cian Healy has had an elective procedure on his knee, so he’ll be a couple of weeks off also.

“Of the long-term guys – Mick Kearney, Hayden Triggs and Jack Conan – they’re progressing well and we hope to have them back later down the line.”

Leinster face Bath in the RDS Arena this Saturday in the Champions Cup (KO 5.30pm). Purchase your tickets.