Conor Murray, Jeremy Loughman and Oli Jager released back for Munster URC tie
Conor Murray, Jeremy Loughman and Oli Jager have been released from international duty and will be available for selection for Munster's URC tie away to Scarlets on Friday.
With the Six Nations on a rest week, the Munster trio have been returned to their province, Loughman being the only one to feature in the 36-0 win over Italy on Sunday.
Munster also confirmed that Simon Zebo will not require surgery on his knee injury, picked up against Northampton Saints, and is expected to return to training next week.
Of their lengthy injury list, Jack O'Donoghue [knee], Dave Kilcoyne [shoulder], John Hodnett [finger] Jean Kleyn [eye/knee], Liam Coombes [shoulder], Diarmuid Barron [foot], Roman Salanoa [knee] are all continuing their respective rehab programmes.
Ciaran Frawley has also been released back to his province after being omitted from the matchday 23 for the Italian match, Harry Byrne getting the nod as cover for Jack Crowley.
Leinster host Benneton Treviso in the RDS on Saturday afternoon.
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