Ger Cunningham has some injury concerns, ahead of Dublin’s Leinster hurling Quarter Final clash with Galway this Sunday.
The Dublin boss will already be without the Schutte brothers, Paul & Mark, who have opted out of the panel this year.
However, the Boys in Blue have suffered a further blow in attack, with the news that Dotsy O'Callaghan is also set to miss out.
He missed Dublin’s Allianz League campaign through injury, but had been expected to recover in time for the Championship.
He has suffered a setback in his recovery, however.
“Dotsy came back in and was doing really well”, Cunningham told 98FM’s Derek Ryan.
“But he picked up a hamstring injury in the last couple of weeks, so Sunday’s game will probably come a week too soon for him.”
Fiontain McGibb and Cian Boland are also set to miss the game, having suffered injuries during the club championship.
“Fiontain McGibb got a finger injury in the club championship.
“Cian Boland also came back with a hamstring injury from the club championship.
“They’re three forwards that we could have done having been involved with us for selection.
“It par for the territory this time of the year. We also have guys doing exams.