Former Munster Rugby Media Manager Pat Geraghty passes away

Pat Geraghty has today passed away following a short illness

Geraghty, who is most well known for his time as Munster’s media manager between 2000 and 2013 died yesterday morning. He was involved with the Provinces most successful squads in 2006 and 2008 when they won two Heineken Cups.

A lot of tributes were published on social media today by former players and coaches who worked with Geraghty.

Former Munster player James downey said

Munster forwards coach while Geraghty was media Manager, Laurie Fisher said

The Kildare native was in his 60’s.

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