Snyman, Murray, Fekitoa and Nash return as Munster name 30-man travelling squad for URC final

Malakai Fekitoa, Conor Murray, Calvin Nash and RG Snyman have completed the return to play protocols and are available after missing the semi-final.

A 30-player Munster travelling squad will depart for South Africa today and arrive in Cape Town tomorrow ahead of Saturday’s URC Grand Final against Stormers (6.30pm local/5.30pm Irish time).

Malakai Fekitoa, Conor Murray, Calvin Nash and RG Snyman have completed the return to play protocols and are available for selection after missing the semi-final.

2 October 2021; RG Snyman of Munster, second from left, celebrates with team-mates after scoring their side’s fifth try during the United Rugby Championship match between Munster and DHL Stormers at Thomond Park in Limerick. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Jean Kleyn and Ben Healy are due to complete the return to play protocols this week after being removed during the semi-final win over Leinster.

Greencore Munster Rugby Academy scrum-half Ethan Coughlan is included among the travelling squad.

The squad consists of 17 forwards and 13 backs with Munster’s 23-man matchday squad to be named before 12pm on Friday.

Munster Travelling Squad

Forwards: Dave Kilcoyne, Jeremy Loughman, Josh Wycherley; Diarmuid Barron, Niall Scannell, Scott Buckley; Stephen Archer, Roman Salanoa; Tadhg Beirne, Jean Kleyn, RG Snyman, Fineen Wycherley; Gavin Coombes, John Hodnett, Alex Kendellen, Jack O’Donoghue, Peter O’Mahony.

Backs: Craig Casey, Ethan Coughlan, Conor Murray; Joey Carbery, Jack Crowley, Ben Healy; Malakai Fekitoa, Antoine Frisch, Rory Scannell; Shane Daly, Keith Earls, Mike Haley, Calvin Nash.

URC Grand Final

Saturday, May 27

DHL Stormers v Munster, DHL Stadium, 6.30pm local/5.30pm Irish time; Live on TG4, SuperSport, ViaPlay, & URC.tv – SOLD-OUT

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