Walsh out for Cork after undergoing surgery on finger injury
CORK ALL-IRELAND football winner Aidan Walsh is set to miss out on the Rebels’ upcoming All-Ireland preliminary quarter-final after sustaining a finger injury over the weekend.
Cork’s Aidan Walsh.
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Cork GAA today confirmed to The42 that Walsh had undergone successful surgery on the work-related injury, but could not give a time frame for his return – stating that the county’s medical staff would be closely monitoring his recovery.
The 29-year-old had been slated to feature against Westmeath this weekend having played a part in the Munster side’s round robin games this summer.
The Rebels were beaten by Clare during last game of the provincial ties, but advance to the All-Ireland series in third place. Walsh has been a fixture of the county’s forward line since the beginning of May.
John Meyler’s side beat All-Ireland champions Limerick and Waterford earlier this summer and will be expected to see off the McDonagh Cup finalists this weekend.
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Management have sidelined Walsh indefinitely, but hold out hope of a return later this summer.
Westmeath come into this weekend’s tie off the back of an 11-point defeat to Laois on Sunday afternoon at Croke Park.
Cork, meanwhile, bring a record of two wins and two defeats into the game.
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