Virgin Media to broadcast Munster Rugby Weekend

Virgin Media will dedicate this weeeknd to Munster Rugby as they showcase some of the Provinces most memorable games of the century over the next four nights.

Beginning on Thursday, the station will broadcast the epic 2006 Heineken Cup semi-final between Munster and Leinster which Munster won to reach the final where they would win a maiden title.

On Friday evening, they will be showing the ‘Miracle Match’ of 2003 where Munster upset the odds to defeat Goucester.

On Saturday evening there is a double with that semi-final win over Leinster followed by the final win over Biarritz in Cardiff.

On Sunday evening the weekend is concluded with Munster’s second and last win in the competition, the 2008 final win over Toulouse.

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