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Zebo not an injury concern despite limping out of training

Ireland reporting no major injury worries after Galway session.

Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

SIMON ZEBO’S WORLD Cup doesn’t appear to be in doubt, despite the Munster winger limping out of Ireland’s open training session in Galway this afternoon.

The Munster winger was helped from the pitch before being seen ice his bandaged knee on the sideline, but The42 understands that the Irish squad have no major fitness concerns.

Zebo later signed autographs for fans showing no signs of serious injury, with the knock believed to be the usual bumps and bruises that occur in training.

Elsewhere Gordon D’Arcy and Isaac Boss both had their training sessions ended early due to injury, but neither are believed to be serious, with Joe Schmidt’s side reporting no major injury worries after their mini-camp in Galway.

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