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This Week At Munster Rugby

22nd February 2021 By The Editor

Rory Scannell in action against Cardiff earlier his season, Munster travel to Wales on Friday.

Rory Scannell in action against Cardiff earlier his season, Munster travel to Wales on Friday. Inpho

The Munster senior squad started their week’s training on Monday with a six-day turnaround ahead of Friday night’s Guinness PRO14 clash away to Cardiff Blues at the Arms Park (8pm).

See what’s coming up this week at Munster Rugby below.


Take a look back on Saturday’s win at Murrayfield with match highlights and a gallery of the best pics.

We are also looking for your questions for the latest edition of State of Play. Click here for more details.

Week Seven of our Home Skills and Conditioning Programme is now live and you can check that out here.


The #MoveWithMunster campaign continues with a live lunchtime (1.15pm) workout with Munster CCRO Dan O’Sullivan. For more information, click here.

We will bring you the latest Squad Update from our senior team.

A remote press conference will be hosted at the HPC previewing Friday’s PRO14 game in Cardiff.

An Inpho photographer will be at training and we will have a gallery of the best pics on munsterrugby.ie.

There will also be a #NeverStopCompeting moment on our social channels.


Find out All You Need To Know ahead of #EDIvMUN with our comprehensive match preview.

We take a look at the best bits from Tuesday’s Press Conference with our Press Pass video on our YouTube channel. Subscribe here for all of our latest videos.

We also hear the latest from the Ireland camp ahead of the weekend’s game against Italy.


The Munster team to face Cardiff on Friday night will be named before noon.

The #MoveWithMunster campaign continues with the second live lunchtime (1.15pm) workout of the week with Munster CCRO Dan O’Sullivan.


It’s gameday in Wales as Munster take on Cardiff with an 8pm kick-off. The game will be live on TG4 and eir Sport with updates and behind the scenes footage throughout on our social channels.


Ireland are in Rome to take on Italy in the Six Nations with a 2.15pm kick-off (Irish time).


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