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Shefflin set to undergo tests on injured ankle

The star was injured in Ballyhale Shamrocks’ game against Oulart-the-Ballagh at the weekend.

Fears that Shefflin suffered a broken bone in his ankle have been alleviated.
Fears that Shefflin suffered a broken bone in his ankle have been alleviated.

KILKENNY STAR HENRY Shefflin will shortly discover the extent of a recent injury he picked up in Ballyhale Shamrocks’ game against Oulart-the-Ballagh at the weekend, as he is set to have a series of tests on his ankle.

According to reports, there is a possibility of ligament damage, though Shefflin will have to wait for the swelling to go down before scans are conducted.

A recent x-ray has already alleviated fears that the star had broken a bone in his ankle.

Shefflin’s side suffered following the withdrawal of the 11-time All Star in the first-half, ultimately losing 1-11 to 1-10.

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