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FIXTURES Are Subject To Change

20th August 2002 By Munster Rugby

FIXTURES Are Subject To Change

Munsterrugby.ie would like to advise our visitors that when viewing the “FIXTURES” section of this Site, please be aware that all dates and times of Fixtures are as of NOW, but are subject to change.

Munsterrugby.ie would like to advise our visitors that when viewing fixtures in the “FIXTURES” section of this website, please be aware that all dates and times of Fixtures are as of NOW, but are subject to change.

From time to time fixtures are announced by the IRFU or the Competition Holders and then when we get closer to the time of that fixture, it may be changed for one reason or another. To ensure that our visitors are receiving up to the minute information, Munsterrugby.ie will add the fixture to this site as soon as it is released, and when the competition holders make a change to the fixture, we will then update that information on this site.

The date for the Munster v Viadana, Heineken European Cup game has again been changed back to Friday 6th December at Musgrave Park with a 7.30 kick off. This game will be televised by RTE. The return fixture against Viadana will go ahead on Sunday 14th December with a 2.30 kick off.

It is now likely that the AIL Fixtures originally scheduled for Saturday 7th December will now go ahead on that day.

The Southern & Western Under 20 Conferences will merge this season into one Conference. The First Division will have fifteen sides. Connacht will supply three teams – Buccaneers, Corinthians and Galwegians. North Munster will have seven representatives – Bruff, Garryowen, Old Crescent, Shannon, Thomond, U.L. Bohemian and Young Munster and five sides will come from the South – Cork Constitution, Highfield, Sunday’s Well, U.C.C. and Waterpark.

The fixtures for this League should be published on the Web site in the next few days.

It is also the intention to run a Second Division, one in the South and one in the North, with the top two sides in each Section meeting to decide the winners. The Munster winners will then play Leinster for the All Ireland Division Two title. More details on this will be announced in due course.

Check out our FIXTURES section for a full listing of up and coming fixtures!.

 

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