Munster ‘A’ fixtures announced for B&I Cup

Munster A’ have been placed in Pool 1 for the British and Irish cup with some tough opponents

Alongside Munster A’ in their group are Ospreys select, Bedford Blues and Nottingham. Their first fixture will be on the weekend of October 13/14/15 against Ospreys select in Wales and their first home game of the season will be played on the weekend of 20/21/22 against Nottingham.

When Nottingham visit they will have a few familiar faces amongst them with former players Shane Buckley, Gearoid Lyons and Rory Burke and head coach Ian Costello who used to be an assistant coach with the province

Munster A’ will begin in December with a home fixture against the Bedford Blues on the weekend of the 8/9/10 and the return leg will be the following week of the 15/16/17 .

In January the province will travel to Nottingham on the weekend of the 12/13/14 and their final match of the campaign will be a home tie against Ospreys select on Saturday January 20th.

Final dates times and venue will be confirmed at a later date.

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