Pinergy calling on Munster fans to turn the Páirc red this Saturday as province prepares for historic clash with Crusaders

Pinergy will also be supporting Páirc Uí Chaoimh in full Munster voice for the game, as they will be joined by the Munster Rugby Supporters Club Choir.

Munster meet Crusaders this Saturday, as Graham Rowntree’s men meet the Super Rugby side in a unique ‘Clash of Champions’. With anticipation and excitement growing throughout the province this week, Pinergy is calling on Munster fans to join them by wearing red in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Pinergy will also be supporting Páirc Uí Chaoimh in full Munster voice for the game, as they will be joined by the Munster Rugby Supporters Club Choir who will energise the 41,000 sell-out crowd with what is set to be a night of electrifying atmosphere and fantastic display of rugby.

To mark the historic occasion, Pinergy has also created a bespoke trophy that will be presented to the winning captain on the night. The trophy, created by fellow Munster Rugby partner Keane’s Jewellers, marks what is a momentous occasion with Munster once again continuing their strong tradition of welcoming touring sides to the province.

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Munster Rugby & Crusaders in association with Pinergy Photocall ahead of the Clash of Champions 31/1/2024 Clash of Champions trophy pictured at Páirc Uí Chaoimh ahead of Saturday’s clash of champions between Munster Rugby and Crusaders in association with Pinergy. Pinergy, who is also proud sponsors of the Munster Senior Schools Cup, is continuing to support the province for this game, which will see professional rugby return to the famous GAA venue following Munster’s successful victory over South Africa A in 2022. This bank holiday weekend, Pinergy is calling on fans to get behind the team and turn the Páirc red for what promises to be a special night for the province. Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Saturday’s game will see Munster Rugby aim to secure another historic win over a Southern Hemisphere team, as they face up against a Super Rugby side for the first time, 2023 Champions Crusaders. Munster welcome the Christchurch powerhouse following on from the 2022 fixture against South Africa A. 

As all eyes turn to Munster this weekend, the long-standing history of the two clubs is set to add even more emotion and excitement to what is already building up to be a thrilling fixture.  

On what is a historic night for the city, Pinergy are delighted to help bring the event back to Cork and want to remind fans of the shuttle buses available from the city to the grounds on the day. More information on this can be found by visiting Munster Rugby and Pinergy’s social channels.

REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** EDITORIAL USE ONLY Munster Rugby & Crusaders in association with Pinergy Photocall ahead of the Clash of Champions 31/1/2024 Munster Rugby stars Rory Scannell, Niall Scannell and Stephen Archer pictured at Páirc Uí Chaoimh ahead of Saturday’s clash of champions between Munster Rugby and Crusaders in association with Pinergy. Pinergy, who is also proud sponsors of the Munster Senior Schools Cup, is continuing to support the province for this game, which will see professional rugby return to the famous GAA venue following Munster’s successful victory over South Africa A in 2022. This bank holiday weekend, Pinergy is calling on fans to get behind the team and turn the Páirc red for what promises to be a special night for the province. Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Pinergy’s sponsorship of this weekend’s historic game is a further statement of intent by the brand to support a sustainable future for rugby in Cork and across Munster. As proud sponsors of the Pinergy Munster Schools Senior Cup competition, Pinergy is proud to help energise the development and sustainability of the game for young players throughout the region.

As Official Energy Partner of Munster Rugby, Pinergy is not only supporting the province at this weekend’s  game and through their support of the Munster Schools Senior Cup, but also in supporting Munster Rugby on their journey to a more sustainable future, supplying renewable energy to Munster’s Thomond Park and Virgin Media Park and helping them to optimise consumption through smart measurement of their electricity and LED lighting retrofits. 

In 2021, Pinergy also started a new 10-year partnership with the province with plans already underway to support Munster Rugby’s objective to become one of the most sustainable brands in world rugby.  

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