Munster’s first three Guinness Pro 14 fixtures have been revealed

Munster will play new side The Cheetahs in the second round of the new tournament

Officially, the first 13 rounds of fixtures will be announced for the new Guinness Pro14 on Monday but the first three rounds have been leaked online.

They were leaked first by respected “Wales Online” rugby writer Simon Thomas which was shortly followed by Ulster officially announcing their first fixture of the new season against new side The Toyota Cheetahs at home on September 1st.

Munster will play two home fixtures in the first two rounds against Treviso on September 1st or 2nd and The Toyota Cheetahs the following weekend on either the 8th or 9th. Their third round fixture is an away one to Ospreys in Wales.

The first Irish Side to travel to South Africa to play in the new Guinness Pro 14 are Leinster who will make the journey to Nelson Mandela Bay stadium to take on the Southern Kings.

Here is a list of the first three weeks of fixtures in full.

September 1-2

  • Cardiff Blues v Edinburgh
  • Connacht v Glasgow
  • Dragons v Leinster
  • Munster v Treviso
  • Ospreys v Zebre
  • Scarlets v Southern Kings
  • Ulster v Toyota Cheetahs [Friday, Sept 1]

September 8-9

  • Connacht v Southern Kings
  • Edinburgh v Dragons
  • Glasgow v Ospreys
  • Leinster v Cardiff Blues
  • Munster v Toyota Cheetahs
  • Treviso v Ulster
  • Zebre v Scarlets

September 15-16

  • Cardiff Blues v Glasgow
  • Dragons v Connacht
  • Edinburgh v Treviso
  • Ospreys v Munster
  • Southern Kings v Leinster
  • Toyota Cheetahs v Zebre
  • Ulster v Scarlets

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