Jordan Flynn is Mayo’s latest injury risk ahead of the Connacht semifinals on April 24.
Lynn came on as a substitute during Sunday’s 15-point league final loss to Kerry after apparently suffering an injury to his ankle/foot following a late goal.
Teammates immediately called for medical attention after the incident, with Flynn initially appearing to be in pain.
But after getting up and trying to walk away from the injury, Flynn was replaced.
Horan already has concerns about key people ahead of this clash with Galway at MacHale Park.
It was reported at the scene last week that Robbie Hennelly, the first pick, had undergone keyhole knee surgery and is expected to miss six weeks of training from the date of the operation.
In his absence, Rory Byrne has proved a capable deputy, making two big saves against Paudie Clifford last Sunday when Mayo was overrun at Croke Park.
Diarmuid O’Connor, one of Mayo’s best players, did not play last Sunday despite being part of the team that defeated Kildare a week earlier.
Oisín Mullin, absent from the Mayo team late last week, will be available for the Galway game while Paddy Durcan’s fitness is optimistic.
Encouraging for Mayo was Cillian O’Connor’s brief appearance from the bench – his first competitive appearance since last June, while Eoghan McLaughlin was also included after suffering an ankle injury against Monaghan in Clones in January.
https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/jordan-flynn-is-fresh-injury-worry-for-mayo-ahead-of-connacht-sfc-semi-final-41524629.html Jordan Flynn gives Mayo renewed injury concerns ahead of Connacht SFC’s semifinals