Sunday, July 11, 2021

Lismore’s Paudie Prendergast suffered a serious injury in today’s Division One hurling league clash with Ballygunner. Photo: Inpho.

Former Waterford hurler Paudie Prendergast suffered a serious knee injury on club duty for Lismore on today (Sunday afternoon).

He was stretchered off in the first-half of their Senior Hurling League game with Ballygunner at the Castle Grounds and looks set to miss the rest of the season.

Lismore have been drawn in Group 1 of the Waterford SHC alongside Fourmilewater, Ballysaggart and Tallow. The championship has a provisional start date of August 29.

Ballygunner gave their support to Prendergast on Twitter on Sunday evening. “Best wishes and a speedy recovery to Paudie Prendegast @LismoreGAA who sustained a serious injury in our Senior league game today in Lismore.”

We also wish him a speedy recovery.

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By Tomás McCarthy
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