Relive the action from Saturday night at Irish Independent Park and get the post-match thoughts of man of the match Keith Earls as Munster enjoyed a 22-10 win over Glasgow Warriors in Round 16 of the Guinness PRO12.
The newly developed Irish Independent Park, the home of Munster Rugby in Cork, was officially opened on Saturday night by Minister for Agriculture, Food, the Marine and Defence Simon Coveney T.D. The opening took place ahead of Munster's Guinness PRO12 win over Glasgow Warriors.
Catching up with prop John Ryan on his season to date and Munster's Guinness PRO12 clash with Glasgow Warriors on Saturday, as the province look to right the wrongs of consecutive defeats to the Scotsmen.
It's a big night of action both on and off the pitch at Irish Independent Park as Munster take on top of the table Glasgow Warriors in Round 16 of the Guinness PRO12. The official opening will also take place before kick-off. Gates will open at 5.45pm with less than 2,000 tickets now remaining.
Don't miss your chance to cheer on Munster in Cork next weekend at the newly redeveloped Irish Independent Park. Less than 3,000 tickets remain as Munster get set to host the current Guinness PRO12 table toppers Glasgow Warriors in Round 16 of the competition.
It has been confirmed today that Simon Coveney TD Minister for Agriculture, Food, the Marine and Defence will perform the official opening of the newly developed Irish Independent Park in Cork on Saturday February 28th.
Following the announcement of his retirement from rugby due to injury yesterday, fans, friends and players have taken to social media in their droves to show their appreciation and extend best wishes to the Killaloe-man who made 121 appearances for the province.
Following Saturday's win over Cardiff Blues, Munster will look to maintain home winning ways when they welcome current table toppers Glasgow Warriors to Irish Independent Park for Round 16 of the Guinness PRO12 on February 28th.
Munster and Dolphin centre Cian Bohane give us a walk-through of the brand new player and fan amenities at Irish Independent Park ahead of Munster's first game at the redeveloped stadium tomorrow night.
Munster play Cardiff Blues in their first game at the new Irish Independent Park on Saturday night. With gates opening at 4:45pm you can check out Ireland v France live on the big screen from 5pm, and take part in the Valentine's fun on our big screen 'Kiss Cam'.
Take a look at our training shots from Irish Independent Park and get the thoughts of second-row Billy Holland as Munster prepare to face Cardiff Blues in Round 14 of the Guinness PRO12 on Saturday night.