11 Dec, 16:22
Anticipation is building in the Munster camp ahead of the second half of the crucial Heineken Cup double-header against Perpignan.
Planning permission had been granted for a permanent stand, however, the downturn in the economic climate forced those plans to be shelved while the planning permission for the temporary stand runs for two years after which it is hoped to put the permanent structure in place.
The project is cost neutral for the Munster Branch as the additional revenue for the seating covers the cost of the erection and hire of the stand.
Following on from tomorrow's game, Musgrave Park will host four games in the RaboDirect Pro12 League.
In Pics: West Stand Development
The old West Stand is demolished at Musgrave Park
New steel structure put in place
The aluminium roof and seats are added
The stand getting closer to completion in time for the first home game of the season