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Competition: Win Munster v Ulster Family Packs

11th April 2017 By The Editor

MRSC Junior members began a three day camp as part of Munster Family Week today.

MRSC Junior members began a three day camp as part of Munster Family Week today. ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

In celebration of Munster Family Week, providing lots to see and do for the family over the Easter holidays, here’s today’s chance to win a family pass for Munster v Ulster at Thomond Park this Saturday.

Simply click here to enter today’s competition.

As part of Munster Family Week, earlier today MRSC Junior members began a three-day Easter Camp while tomorrow, thousands of Munster fans are set to descend on Irish Independent Park to watch the team prepare for Ulster at our Open Training Session after which they can meet the players, get autographs and shoot a selfie our two with the squad (very limited tickets remain – see below).

The week culminates at Thomond Park for the meeting of Munster and Ulster at the family friendly time of 3pm with Rassie Erasmus’ men continuing their quest for a home semi final in the Guinness PRO12.

#MunsterFamilyWeek 2017 – What’s On Guide

Tues. 11th – Thurs. 13th Irish Independent Park | MRSC Easter Coaching Camp.

Weds. 12th Irish Independent Park, from 12pm | Munster Rugby Open Training Session, sponsored by Bank of Ireland.

Free event but ticket required for access.  Book the last remaining tickets online only here from 12pm (allocated on first come first served basis).  Access on the day is via the Dolphin Gate only.

Thurs. 13th Thomond Park, 1-3pm | MRSC Junior Club Build a ‘Bot, sponsored by Inver.

Free for MRSC Jnr Members, book places here.

Sat. 15th Thomond Park 3pm | Guinness PRO12 Munster v Ulster.

Kids go free for MRSC Full members. General Ticket Prices – Family tickets from €40 (2 adults & 2kids).  Buy tickets here.

Bank of Ireland Family Funzone open from 12.30pm.

Hope to see you during #MunsterFamilyWeek

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