Cavan duo doubful for Ulster clash against Donegal

Ronan Flanagan
Ronan Flanagan is troubled by a groin injury

Cavan duo Ronan Flanagan and Padraic O'Reilly are injury doubts for the Ulster SFC quarter-final against Donegal at Breffni Park on 12 June.

Utility man O'Reilly is nursing knee and hamstring ailments at present.

For Flanagan the prognosis is more serious with the Castlerahan clubman troubled by a groin injury ahead of the Ulster Football clash.

Joint-manager Val Andrews is hoping some rest and recuperation will see the teacher fit for the Donegal encounter.

"Paudge Reilly and Ronan Flanagan are both carrying injuries," said Andrews on Tuesday night at the Cavan press night ahead of the game.

"Patrick Carroll has an ongoing problem but overall we are not too bad."

"It is basically rest and an injection for Ronan (at this stage)," he said.

"He has been treated (for the injury) so it is just a matter of waiting to see how he reacts.

"He has been out for seven weeks at this stage (since the league game against Tipperary)."