Richie Hogan set to miss Leinster opener with broken hand

The 2014 player of the year sustained the injury during a club game against Ballyhale Shamrocks

BY Newstalk 15:40 Wednesday 25 May 2016, 15:40 25 May 2016

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Richie Hogan is set to miss Kilkenny's Championship opener against Dublin after suffering a broken hand.

Hogan sustained the injury during a match in for his club Danesfort against Ballyhale Shamrocks, according to the Irish Daily Mail.

The 2014 Player of the Year will play no part in Kilkenny's Leinster hurling championship quarter-final against Dublin in two weeks time.

According to RTE, Hogan is set to have a consultation in Dublin tomorrow.

 

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