20 Jun, 09:20
Paul O'Connell is one of four Irish players named to start for the British and Irish Lions when they take on the Qantas Wallabies this Saturday in their first test.
Gates open at 6.15pm
Tickets are still available for this game online here and will be on sale from outside the Dolphin entrance (Pearse Rd.) of Musgrave Park from 12pm and from the Sunday’s Well entrance (Tramore Rd.) from 6.15pm.
West Stand Access – Entrance is via the rear of the stand, with sections and seat numbers marked out at each entrance, please take note of your ticket details and use the correct entrance. Stewards and security will be on site to assist you with any queries, and help direct you on the day.
The Match Programme will be on sale inside both entrances for €4. The programme catches up with Captain Peter O’Mahony and Simon Zebo, previews Scarlets season, and gets up front with Munster’s youngest squad member Paddy Butler.
The new and improved RaboDirect PRO12 Face in the Crowd will take place with the lucky winner receiving a RaboDirect PRO12 prize pack including a €50 voucher for the Munster Rugby Store and two post match hospitality passes.
Parking - We would encourage all supporters driving to the game to use the Black Ash Park and Ride facility, located on the Kinsale Rd. and 10 minutes walk from the stadium. It will remain open to facilitate supporters travelling to the game until 10.30pm and the cost is € per car.
We would ask that supporters respect the local residents by not parking illegally; any cars obstructing entrances/exits will be clamped and towed.
Munster Rugby thank you for your continued support.