QUIZ: Can you name Munster’s 2008 Heineken Cup winning squad?

Two years after their maiden Heineken Cup success over Biarritz, Munster repeated the trick in Cardiff with 16-13 win over Toulouse.

In a tense affair, Toulouse started the better taking an early lead. Munster responded with a try from Denis Leamy, taking a 10-6 lead into the half.

With 55 minutes the game was level at 13-13 with the French side dotting down.

However, O’Gara would notch a penalty in the 74th minute with Munster holding the ball for the next number of minutes to win a second Heineken Cup.

While last week we asked you to name the 2006 winning squad, now we want you to recall the 2008 vintage.

Best of luck!

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While you’re here, why not try our other rugby quiz!

Can you name Ireland’s 23-man Grand Slam winning squad from 2018?

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