With PRO12 play-off qualification now secured, Munster today began preparations for the challenge of Ulster at the Kingspan Stadium on May 9th as Anthony Foley's men now set their sights on a home semi-final.
The boot of Ian Keatley and tries from Simon Zebo, CJ Stander and Tommy O'Donnell and a fourth bonus point winning penalty try gave Munster a 30-19 win against Treviso this afternoon in Irish Independent Park,
Head Coach Anthony Foley has named his side to face Benetton Treviso at Irish Independent Park tomorrow afternoon (KO 3.05pm), with Donnacha Ryan set to make his first start since returning from injury and Tommy O'Donnell in line to win his 100th cap for the province.
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Support Munster in the Guinness PRO12 as Axel's charges bid for a top 4 finish. Benetton Treviso are the visitors for this Round 20 game. Gates will open at 1.30pm and tickets are available from usual sources.
Munster Rugby CEO Garrett Fitzgerald answers your question on State Of Play - a new fan-led series to MunsterRugby.ie. State Of Play affords you the opportunity to air your views and have your questions answered regarding all aspects of Munster Rugby.
Back to his lightening best and with a four try return from his last four PRO12 games, Keith Earls is one man not looking beyond the challenge of Benetton Treviso at Irish Independent Park on Saturday - KO 3.05pm.
The Munster squad continued their preparations for Treviso in Irish Independent Park yesterday with the returning internationals acquainting themselves with their new surroundings in the redeveloped Cork venue.
The 2015 Munster Rugby Awards, in association with the Irish Independent, will take place on Thursday April 30th at The Maryborough Hotel in Cork and the nominations for Senior Player and Academy Player of the Year have now been finalised.
Ulster Ravens came from behind in the second half to deny Munster 'A' back to back wins over their northern counterparts. A last minute penalty miss from the men in red saw the hosts hold on to win on a 15-13 scoreline.
Munster's Paul O'Connell and Conor Murray have been nominated for the IRUPA Hibernia College Players' Player of the Year 2015, with Denis Hurley and Felix Jones also in contention for awards at the annual IRUPA (Ireland's Rugby Players Association) Awards.
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