to be fit and available for the Leinster SHC semi-final against Galway or Westmeath on June 18. However, he admitted that Joey Boland is still extremely doubtful.
Brady is recovering from medial knee ligament damage suffered in training with his club, while Boland injured his shoulder in the league final and Daly admitted that the centre-back is some way behind Brady on the road to recovery.
“I would say Brady is definite – all with due process,” said Daly. “He started straight line running this week and if everything goes according to plan, I would say he will be good for it.
“Joey is a bit more complicated because of where it is. Tomás would feel (the injury) straight away whereas only a bang to the injury will test Joey. He will be stepping up (his training) all the time and it’s only in the last week (before the match) that we will know if he makes it. But he’s in a bigger race than (for) Tomás.”