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Sold-Out Munster Rugby London Dinner Proves Huge Success

8th October 2019 By The Editor

A view of the stage at the Munster Rugby London Dinner.

A view of the stage at the Munster Rugby London Dinner. Eamonn McCormack

The sixth annual Munster Rugby London Dinner took place at The Grosvenor House Hotel last month with the sold-out event proving a huge success once again.

The sixth annual Munster Rugby London Dinner took place at The Grosvenor House Hotel last month with the sold-out event proving a huge success once again.

A number of Munster stars past and present were in attendance along with Munster Head Coach Johann van Graan and Senior Coach Stephen Larkham.

Garrett Fitzgerald, who served as Munster Rugby CEO from 1999 until his retirement in June, was honoured with this year’s Richard Harris Patron’s Award at the event.

The prestigious award recognises an individual who, through his or her life or work, encapsulates Munster’s values of passion, integrity, ambition, excellence and community.

See more on Garrett Fitzgerald here.

Martin Bayfield was the event MC with the night’s entertainment including a Johann van Graan and Stephen Larkham Q&A with Paul O’Connell and Keith Wood also taking to the stage.

A very special silent auction also took place on the night with exciting and exclusive packages up for grabs.

Now in its sixth year, the Munster Rugby London Dinner continues to surpass expectations with this year’s fantastic event proving a huge success.

Stephen Larkham and Johann van Graan on stage with Martin Bayfield.

Stephen Larkham and Johann van Graan on stage with Martin Bayfield.

Paul O'Connell and Keith Wood speaking to Martin Bayfield.

Paul O’Connell and Keith Wood speaking to Martin Bayfield.

Some of the memorabilia for the silent auction.

Some of the memorabilia for the silent auction.

Former Munster players Ronan O'Mahony, Mike Sherry and Duncan Williams at the event.

Former Munster players Ronan O’Mahony, Mike Sherry and Duncan Williams at the event.

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