Munster 'A' commence this season's Interprovincial Series away to Leinster 'A' at Donnybrook tomorrow evening - KO 5pm. 'A' Head Coach Mick O'Driscoll discusses the benefits of Interprovincial games to both the senior and 'A' squads as Munster prepare for impending PRO12 and B&I Cup action.
The Greencore Munster Academy's David Johnston reflects on his recent PRO12 debut for the province and looks ahead to tomorrow night's clash with Glasgow Warriors - Munster's first PRO12 game of the season in Thomond Park.
Having successfully rehabilitated a shoulder injury that curtailed much of his involvement in 2014/15, a strong start to the new season has seen academy second row John Madigan make four appearances for the senior side, including his PRO12 debut against Treviso in Cork.
Munster rounded off the 2015 Kearys Renault Series with a 21-15 win over London Irish at Irish Independent Park. Andrew Conway scored a brace of tries while Francis Saili also crossed for his first Munster try.
Look back at a busy two days of action that saw Munster 7s compete in the Limerick World Club 7s at Thomond Park last weekend. One of twelve 7s sides from both northern and southern hemispheres that battled for honours, see video highlights and action shots from all six of Munster's games.
Following a loss to defending champions Daveta Fiji in the Cup quarter-final of the Limerick World Club 7s, Munster then competed for honours in the Plate competition, securing a comprehensive win over New York in the semi-final before succumbing to Buenos Aires in their final game of the tournament.
Earlier today, one loss, one draw and one bonus point victory against Canadian Maples, Samurai Invitational and San Francisco respectively was enough to secure Munster 7s a place in the quarter finals of the Limerick World Club 7s at Thomond Park tomorrow.
Munster 7s Head Coach Colm McMahon has named his twelve man Munster 7s squad for the Limerick World Club 7s tournament at Thomond Park Stadium this coming Friday and Saturday, kicking off at 11 am each day.
Cork Constitution playmaker Tomás Quinlan reflects on a busy summer to date that's seen him join the Greencore Munster Academy ranks and kick Ireland to victory on his U20 debut at the 2015 World Rugby U20 Championship.
It was a successful weekend for the Ireland Women's and Men's Teams with both sides securing places at the World Olympic Repechage tournament next year with respective 2nd and 3rd place finishes at the Rugby Europe Tournament in Lisbon.
Members of the Greencore Munster Rugby Academy and sub-academy this week began preparations for the upcoming season. Lead Academy S&C Coach Joe McGinley takes us through a diverse week for players that coupled conditioning and rugby with practical cookery and first-aid modules.
In what has been a busy month for a number of Munster's Senior and Academy players, we look back - through pictures - at their respective involvement in the Tbilisi Cup and World Rugby U20 Championship.