Leinster's British and Irish Lions contingent hooked up with the rest of the squad at Carton House this afternoon and there was good news regarding all three who were injury concerns.
Lions head coach Warren Gatland confirmed that loosehead prop Jack McGrath went for an x-ray on the arm injury which forced him out after just nine minutes of the Guinness PRO12 semi-final defeat to Scarlets last Friday night.
"He's fine, he had an x-ray and it's clear, just some bruising," Gatland revealed this afternoon and judging by the weights he was lifting in camp today, he is certainly not showing any after-effects!
Gatland also revealed that Johnny Sexton underwent a head injury assessment, which he passed.
"He had no symptoms from the HIA and no concussion. He'll take a big part in training tomorrow and later in the week."
Back row Sean O'Brien has not played any rugby since the European Champions Cup victory over Wasps on April 1 due to a hamstring complaint.
The Lions boss confirmed that he had a scan on his calf after a niggle with that muscle forced him out just hours ahead of the Scarlets clash.
"I think Sean is probably more concerned than we are, in terms of he is frustrated because he felt he probably overloaded himself last week with the amount of training he did in preparing for the game, considering he hadn't had a lot of rugby.
"He probably needed to take a little more time easing into it. We're making sure we take time in easing him into it properly. Having chatted to him, he feels confident he's going to be 100%. The scan came back pretty good, so we're happy."
Tighthead prop Tadhg Furlong (below) and centre Robbie Henshaw both took part in today's training session in Maynooth.
The big blow for Gatland over the weekend was the loss of number 8 Billy Vunipola who injured his shoulder and has been replaced by fellow England international James Haskell.
And with the Guinness PRO12 final between Munster and Scarlets and the meeting of Wasps and Exeter in the English Premiership decider taking place on Saturday, the Kiwi expects to lose more players.
“No doubt there could be a couple more next week. We plan to lose six to 10 players; that’s just the attrition rate of past tours.
"Any player who gets injured at this time is a big loss to the squad because you spend a lot of time going through the process of picking players.”