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Munster U21’s at Home to Ulster

11th September 2003 By Munster Rugby

Munster U21’s at Home to Ulster

Munster will have home advantage in the first of their back-to-back championship games with Ulster when they take on the northerners on Saturday in Musgrave Park (2.30pm).

Munster will have home advantage in the first of their back-to-back championship games with Ulster when they take on the northerners on Saturday in Musgrave Park (2.30pm).

Munster will have home advantage in the first of their back-to-back championship games with Ulster when they take on the northerners on Saturday in Musgrave Park (2.30pm).

Munster have recored two wins to date, beating Leinster in Donnybrook in the championship opener a fortnight ago and following that up with a 25-15 win over Connacht in Galway last weekend.

The Munster selectors have made just one change to the side with the Emmet McLoughlin – a son of former international Ginger – returning from injury to take his place in the front row with Ger Collins (Bruff) dropping to the bench.

Munster U21 Team:

1 – Fergus Gately (UCC), 2 – Robert Quinn (UCC), 3 – Emmet McLoughlin (Shannon), 4 – Ryan Hartigan (UL Bohs), 5 – Shane O Connor (Cork Con), 6 – Mark Melbourne (Garryowen), 7 – Anthony Kavanagh (Garryowen), 8 – Brendan O Connor (Cork Con) Capt, 9 – Thomas O Leary (Cork Con), 10 – Barry Keeshen (UCC), 11 – Paul Hurley ( UCC), 12 – Breifnne O Donnell (UL Bohs), 13 – Brian Hastings (Trinity), 14 – Andrew Finn (Dolphin), 15 – Cathal Garvey (UL Bohs).

Replacements: Ger Collins (Bruff), Damine Vareley (Garryowen), Rory Brosnan (Garryowen), Donnacha Ryan (UCC), Eddie Molloy (Dublin University), Killian Barry (UCC), Brian Carroll (Bruff), Michael Hastings (UCD).

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