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WATCH: O’Mahony on “complete rugby team” Saracens

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

It’s do or die for Munster tomorrow as they welcome Saracens to Thomond Park for Round 3 of the Champions Cup. After two semi-final losses to Saracens in Europe in the past three seasons, Munster will be desperate to get one over the English giants. Captain Peter O’Mahony is fully aware that nothing will come…

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WATCH: Keith Earls’ Champions Cup campaign so far

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

Keith Earls has been in flying form for Munster since his return from a subdued Rugby World Cup. The Moyross winger has dotted down in both Champions Cup clashes thus far against the Ospreys and Racing 92. Ahead of this weekend’s clash with Saracens, Munster have released a video detailing Earls’ stats thus far in…

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WATCH: “No weaknesses in the squad”-van Graan wary of Saracens threat

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

Although they have named a weakened side for this Saturday’s game, Saracens will come to Thomond Park tomorrow as a huge threat to Munster. Ahead of the clash with the defending European Cup champions, Johann van Graan has said the side have no weaknesses as he prepares for a huge tie. “No weakness in that…

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WATCH: JJ Hanrahan focused on home Saracens test

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

Saracens travel to Thomond Park this weekend for a crucial Champions Cup clash. The winner on Saturday will take a huge step towards the knockout stages with a return tie to take place in the Allianz Park next weekend. With the tie looming, Munster’s JJ Hanrahan is focused on getting the job done at Thomond…

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Saracens team for Thomond trip Announced

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

Saracens Head Coach Mark McCall has named his Saracens team for this Saturday’s Champions Cup clash with Munster in Thomond Park. The English Club will be without World Cup runners-up Mako Vunipola, Billy Vunipola, George Kruis, Elliot Daly and Owen Farrell for the clash as they are not named in the squad. Maro Itoje is…

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Munster Name Team for Saracens Clash in Thomond

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

The Munster side has been named for Saturday’s vital Champions Cup clash against Saracens at Thomond Park (5.30pm). Peter O’Mahony captains Munster with 14 changes to the team that faced Edinburgh last weekend. Stephen Archer, who made his 200th Munster appearance last week, is the only player to retain his place. Mike Haley, Andrew Conway…

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WATCH: ‘What more do you want’-CJ Stander excited for Saracens clash

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

Munster have the chance to put daylight between themselves and Saracens in the Champions Cup this Saturday in Thomond Park. Munster are currently on seven points while the English giants are on five after a pair of games each. Ahead of the game, CJ Stander says excitement levels are high in the camp. “Everyone wants…

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All Star Mulcahy to take a year away from Camogie side

By Jack Neville / December 6, 2019 /

Less than a fortnight after representing Limerick in the Camogie All Star tour of America, Niamh Mulcahy has announced that she will be stepping away from the intercounty camogie scene for the upcoming season. Mulcahy has been a stalwart of the side for the past 15 years and was finally rewarded winning a much deserved…

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Limerick Pair named as Senior and Minor Munster Hurlers of the Year

By Jack Neville / December 5, 2019 /

After a stellar year where Limerick were crowned Munster Champions in both the minor and senior grade Sean Finn and Cathal O’Neill have been awarded individual awards. Finn is named Senior Munster Hurler of the Year while O’Neill wins the minor equivalent. Finn was exceptional for John Kiely’s side in 2019, winning his second consecutive…

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Limerick Camogie confirm new manager for 2020 season

By Jack Neville / December 4, 2019 /

Limerick Camogie have announced their new manager for the 2020 season. Today Limerick Camogie released a short statement outlining the new manager of the Senior and Junior sides. “Limerick Camogie are delighted to announce that Paul Sexton is the new Senior County camogie manager while Francis Kennedy will be taking charge of the Junior County…

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