WATCH: Arno Botha talks about his love for Limerick and pushing for a starting spot

Arno Botha has become a cult hero at Munster since joining the province from London Irish on a one-year-deal in the off season.

He made an impression in every game that he is played and speaking at Munster’s High Performance Centre at the University of Limerick earlier in the week, he spoke about how much he is enjoying life in the city.

“I enjoy Limerick a lot. I don’t want to say it but i don’t know if there is a better city in Ireland. The people are very friendly. My family is coming to visit so it will be good for them to see it.

“Everything is very close. In a one or two your drive, you can get to almost anywhere. In South Africa it’s a bit more than two hours to see something nice.”

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