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Snapshot: Ciaran Kilkenny set for cruciate recovery with teammate Kevin O'Brien

The Dublin players are going to be undergoing rehabilitation from the injuries.

DUBLIN’S CIARAN KILKENNY suffered disappointment over the weekend when he tore his cruciate ligament and was ruled out for the rest of the season.

It’s the second major injury setback for Dublin recently with defender Kevin O’Brien also tearing his cruciate last month while in Sigerson Cup action over DIT.

But the pair, who won All-Ireland U21 medals together in 2012 and senior medals in 2013, are sticking together as they seek to get back to full fitness.

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Setback for Dublin as Ciaran Kilkenny tears cruciate ligament

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