Royals waiting on Ollie Murphy fitness

Meath veteran forward Ollie Murphy is struggling with injury ahead of the Leinster football quarter-final showdown against Dublin on June 5 after damaging his groin during a club tie at the weekend.

Meath veteran forward Ollie Murphy is struggling with injury ahead of the Leinster football quarter-final showdown against Dublin on June 5 after damaging his groin during a club tie at the weekend.

The Carnaross man retired with the injury during his side's intermediate championship clash with Nobber on Sunday.

Royal boss Sean Boylan is also sweating on the fitness of Trevor Giles, who missed out on Skyrne's senior championship win over Dunshaughlin with a shoulder injury.

However, Niall and Shane McKeigue are on the road to recovery after both played in Navan O'Mahony's victory over Ballinlough at the weekend.

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