This Week At Munster Rugby
2nd November 2020 By The Editor
A busy week at Munster Rugby was kicked off with the Munster Rugby Awards and we have another big game in the Guinness PRO14 as our senior team travel to Italy for a clash with Benetton on Saturday (2pm Irish time/3pm Italian time).
Read the daily guide to the coming week below…
We took a look at the match highlights and best photos from Sunday’s win over Dragons at Rodney Parade here.
The team arrived home to Shannon Airport late on Sunday night and had a down day today.
We announced the 2019/20 Munster Rugby award winners from the domestic and professional game in Munster, see a full list of award winners here.
The team return to training at the HPC and we’ll bring you the latest injury news in the Squad Update.
We will also be taking a look back on some key moments from Sunday’s victory over Dragons with match clips on Twitter and Instagram.
Our Rugby Development Department will have an update on four online coaching events they held in October as part of this season’s coaching course programme.
Senior training continues with a coach and player/s will be speaking to the media via Microsoft Teams looking ahead to Saturday’s game in Italy.
An Inpho photographer will also be capturing pics at training and we will have a gallery of the best shots on munsterrugby.ie.
We will also be promoting our ‘Be There’ initiative, see full details here.
The team will be on a down day but we will have a video of Wednesday’s press conference on munsterrugby.ie and our YouTube channel.
Our ‘All You Need To Know’ match preview will also give supporters the lowdown on our trip to face Benetton.
The Munster Captain’s Run will take place and we will be announcing the squad for Saturday’s game.
The team will fly from Shannon Airport to Italy.
It’s a 2pm Irish time/3pm Italian time kick-off at Stadio Monigo as Munster look to maintain our 100% start to the season.
There will be live coverage on eir Sport and Premier Sports with live updates, match clips and the best photos on Munster Rugby Twitter and Instagram accounts.
We will have an on-the-whistle match report at full-time and the team will fly back to Shannon Airport on Saturday night.
The third and final round of the Irish Rugby Sevens Series is also being held in Dublin.
The squad will be on a down day.