Dunloy are hoping that they will be at full strength for Sunday's AIB Ulster Club Hurling Final against Kevin Lynch's (Dungiven) at Casement Park, Belfast.
The Antrim champions still have "two or three players", as one team official put, in the doutbtful category for the decider.
But with the Richmond brothers Paddy and Liam on fire up front, Dunloy are confident of building on their semi-final win over Ballycran
Meanwhile, the official Opel Hurling Team of the Year has been unveiled.
The team reflects the most successful counties in this year's championship, with 15 players from four different counties - Kilkenny, Limerick, Waterford and Wexford.
All-Ireland champions Kilkenny have seven representatives - Michael Kavanagh, Jackie Tyrell, Tommy Walsh, James 'Cha' Fitzpatrick, Eddie Brennan, Henry Shefflin and Martin Comerford.
Losing All-Ireland finalists Limerick have four players included - Stephen Lucey, Mark Foley, Ollie Moran and Andrew O'Shaughnessy.
The remaining places arefilled by three Waterford players - Ken McGrath, Michael Walsh and Dan Shanahan and the sole Wexford representative, Damien Fitzhenry.
Commenting on the team, chairman of the selectors Donal O'Grady said: " This has been a fantastic year for hurling and I salute all involved. As a committee we made sure that the three most deserving nominees were picked for each position on this team."
The selection of the Opel Team of the Year follows confirmation of the Vodafone Allstars line-up.
2007 Opel Hurling Team: Damien Fitzhenry (Wexford); Michael Kavanagh (Kilkenny), Stephen Lucey (Limerick), Jackie Tyrell (Kilkenny); Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny), Ken McGrath (Waterford), Mark Foley (Limerick); James Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny), Michael Walsh (Waterford); Eddie Brennan (Kilkenny), Ollie Moran (Limerick), Dan Shanahan (Waterford); Andrew O'Shaughnessy (Limerick), Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny), 15. Martin Comerford (Kilkenny)