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Published: 14:34 | 23/5/16

No injury concerns for Leinster


Leinster have no fresh injury worries ahead of Saturday's Guinness PRO12 final against Connacht at Murrayfield.

Captain Isa Nacewa had an x-ray on his arm after being substituted during the second half of Friday's semi-final win over Ulster, but the results have come back clear and he will train as planned this week.

Rob Kearney missed the weekend's game because of an ankle injury but the Ireland international is expected to fully train on Monday, while Fergus McFadden is available after completing his three-match suspension.

"We're not too bad come this point of the season," Leinster backs coach Girvan Dempsey said.

"We're actually pleased to have nearly a full strength squad to pick from with a few bumps and bruises after a pretty attritional game against Ulster.

"Ben Te'o went off with a slight tight calf, but he's fine. Johnny Sexton just had a little bang on his glute, he seems to be fine.

"Rob Kearney was back in training today, he's out running around, so he's back in contention."

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