Munster will go twelve months unbeaten at Thomond Park after defeating Leinster 29-17 this evening. Just four points separated the sides by the interval but Munster cut loose in the second 40, scoring four tries in total and consolidating top spot in the Guinness PRO12.
A long range Owen Williams kick in the final minute of the game broke Munster hearts this afternoon as the province came so close yet so far to their first win at Welford Road since 2003, the hosts just edging it on an 18-16 scoreline
Avenging home defeats in 2007 and 2015, Munster were emphatic winners over Leicester Tigers this afternoon, doing so in front of a sold out and heaving Thomond Park and bagging maximum points from this round three Champions Cup encounter.
Overcoming a second half onslaught from Glasgow Warriors in Scotstoun this evening, Munster recorded another impressive away win, doing so in dramatic fashion with a 77th minute dropgoal from out half Ian Keatley.
Those who braved the cold conditions at Thomond Park this afternoon will have been glad they did as Munster excited in crossing for seven tries and comprehensively defeated Treviso in round 9 of the Guinness PRO12 this afternoon.