RG Snyman came through the game with no issues as he made his return from injury after a 17-month lay-off.
The Munster squad are on a down week after Friday’s win over Scarlets. They will return to the HPC next Monday to begin preparations ahead of the URC Round 16 clash against Glasgow Warriors at Thomond Park on Saturday, March 25 (5.15pm).
On the injury front following the Scarlets match, hooker Niall Scannell (shoulder) and Academy prop Mark Donnelly (knee) have both undergone scans and will begin a period of rehabilitation with the medical department.
Shane Daly passed his HIA and Academy full-back/winger Patrick Campbell has recovered from his calf knock.
RG Snyman came through the game with no issues as he made his return from injury.
Continuing to rehab: Liam Coombes (thigh), Jeremy Loughman (thigh), Keith Earls (calf), Tadhg Beirne (ankle), James French (leg), Liam O’Connor (neck), Chris Moore (neck), Mike Haley (ankle), Tom Ahern (shoulder), Eoin O’Connor (shoulder), Paddy Kelly (head), Jack Daly (knee), Andrew Conway (knee).
Jack Crowley, Gavin Coombes and Roman Salanoa have all returned to Ireland camp with Ben Healy rejoining the Scotland team ahead of Sunday’s 6 Nations clash between the sides at Murrayfield.
There were seven Munster players in AIL action for their clubs at the weekend.
In Division 1A, Daniel Hurley helped Cork Constitution defeat Garryowen at Dooradoyle as Cian Hurley and Tony Butler lined out for the hosts with Butler kicking three conversions.
Shay McCarthy was a try-scorer for Young Munster with Fionn Gibbons also featuring as they won away to Lansdowne.
Daniel Okeke was in action for Shannon as they lost to Clontarf.
In Division 1B, Scott Buckley helped UCC to a victory over Banbridge.