Guinness PRO14 Fixture Details
29th November 2017 By The Editor
Kick-off times and broadcast selections for Munster’s Guinness PRO14 fixtures from Rounds 14 to 17 have been confirmed along with the details of April’s double-header in South Africa.
The home clash against Zebre in Thomond Park on Saturday, February 10, will kick-off at 7.35pm with tickets going on general sale on Friday, January 12.
The home game against Glasgow Warriors at Irish Independent Park on Friday, February 23, at 7pm with tickets going on general sale on Friday, January 26.
This season the updated fixtures for Rounds 14 to 17 have been finalised earlier than before and David Jordan, Tournament Director for PRO14 Rugby, highlighted the efforts of all involved.
“Arranging fixtures across five countries while also taking into account clubs’ kick-off preferences and stadium availability is always a challenging one,” Jordan said. “We have eight broadcast partners who work very hard with us when it comes to fixture selections and to create so much certainty right up to Round 17 and beyond is very satisfying.
“Naturally, now that we have two South African teams in the Championship there are some new factors for us to consider, such as long-haul travel, but the diversity of the Guinness PRO14 is what gives it such a unique appeal. All in all, we have produced these fixtures earlier than we have in the past and I’d like to thank our broadcasters and clubs for getting such a good result.”
Round 14-Round 17 Fixture Details
Round 14 – Saturday, February 10
Munster v Zebre, Thomond Park, 7.35pm
Round 15 – Saturday, February 17
Cardiff Blues v Munster, Cardiff Arms Park, 5.30pm (Sky Sports, S4C)
Round 16 – Friday, February 23
Munster v Glasgow Warriors, Irish Independent Park, 7pm (Sky Sports)
Round 17 – Friday, March 2
Edinburgh v Munster, Myreside, 7.35pm (BBC ALBA, TG4)
South Africa Double-Header
Round 19 – Saturday, April 7
Southern Kings v Munster, 7.35pm (SuperSport, 6.35pm Irish time)
Round 20 – Friday, April 13
Toyota Cheetahs v Munster, 7.35pm (SuperSport, 6.35pm Irish time)