McInerney oredered to rest

Guinness PRO12 Editor

3 Dec 2010


News, Ospreys

Conor McInerney is facing a spell on the sidelines after sustaining a knee injury during the game against Connacht.

The Irish second row was forced off at half time in the 16-15 win in Galway two weeks ago, and after struggling to shake it off has been ordered to rest by the Ospreys medical team.

Head Physio Chris Towers confirmed:

“Conor is having a period of enforced rest having failed to recover from the injury sustained against Connacht. He will have the knee scanned again in a couple of weeks time, after which we will be in a better position to gauge how best to treat the injury.”


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