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Sheridan Sidelined For Three Months

Sheridan Sidelined For Three Months

Munster scrum half Cathal Sheridan underwent surgery yesterday evening after breaking a bone in his right forearm during last Sunday’s RaboDirect PRO12 victory over the Ospreys.

After further examination yesterday morning, it was revealed that Cathal Sheridan sustained a broken bone and he required surgery yesterday evening.

The 25-year-old scrum half is expected to be ruled out for approximately three to four months, effectively ending his season.

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Sheridan, who hails from Sligo, was making his 15th appearance of the current campaign for Munster when he damaged his right forearm.

A Munster Academy graduate and former Ireland Club International, last month saw him put pen to paper on a new two-year contract with Munster.