Adam Byrne to miss rest of the season for Leinster

Adam Byrne to miss rest of the season for Leinster

Leinster will be without Adam Byrne for the rest of the season.

The winger's campaign has been ended by a quad injury picked up in their recent defeat to Glasgow.

Sean Cronin will sit out the Blues' trip to Ulster in the Guinness Pro14 this Saturday with a calf injury but the province have not put a timeline on his recovery.

Rhys Ruddock is following the return-to-play protocols after feeling unwell after the captain's run ahead of last weekend's victory over Toulouse in the Heineken Champions Cup.

Prop Andrew Porter and scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park are doubts for this weekend with pectorial and hamstring injuries respectively.

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