06 Mar 14
Munster A Head Coach Peter Malone has named an extended 27-man squad for tomorrow's Interprovincial clash against Connacht Eagles at Dooradoyle (ko 3pm - Free entry).
In all Thomond Park will host six of the Magners ties this season with Musgrave Park hosting three. Round four sees a move to the Cork venue to face Newport Gwent Dragons on Sunday the 27th of September, ko 5.05pm. The remaining Musgrave Park fixtures, against the Scarlets and Edinburgh, will take place in the new year.
Thomond Park season tickets are now available to buy for the six Magners League matches v Cardiff, Ulster, Connacht, Glasgow, Leinster and the Ospreys. Fans can book your place now with prices from €120 and by securing your place with a Thomond Park season ticket you benefit from a 10% discount on normal ticket prices.
With 43 out of 50 fixtures in the first ten rounds of Magners League games televised live, there will be unparalleled coverage of the 2009/10 tournament.
BBC Wales Scrum V programme returns to its regular Friday evening slot with their opening match at Cardiff Blues' new home ground, Cardiff City Stadium, where Edinburgh are the visitors. Welsh language channel S4C is the place to find Magners League Rugby on Saturday evenings. And Irish broadcaster Setanta Sports will feature action from Ireland and/or Scotland each weekend, spread over Friday/Saturday/Sunday timeslots.
With a minimum of four out of five Magners League games broadcast live every weekend, fans will have a great opportunity to follow Munster home or away.
In Ireland BBC TWO Wales and S4C are available on digital satellite. Magners League matches will be broadcast live on Setanta Ireland and Setanta Sports 1. Setanta Ireland is available on Sky (423) and UPC (105 / 401). Setanta Sports 1 is available on Sky (424) and UPC (406) in Ireland.