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This Week At Munster Rugby

7th June 2021 By The Editor

This week at Munster Rugby.

A view of Munster training. INPHO/Morgan Treacy

The senior squad are back in action against Zebre in Italy this Friday night with plenty happening across Munster Rugby again this week.

The senior squad are back in action against Zebre in Italy this Friday night with plenty happening across Munster Rugby again this week.

See what’s coming up below.

Monday

The Munster squad begin their training week ahead of Friday’s clash against Zebre in Italy in the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup. Read our latest player update here.

The latest club notes come from Midleton RFC with the east Cork club launching a virtual walking challenge fundraiser with further details here.

Tuesday

A remote press conference will be hosted at the HPC previewing Friday’s Rainbow Cup clash against Zebre.

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

We’ll be confirming the province’s two newest clubs with more details on the fantastic progress being made in Clare and Cork.

Wednesday

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

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

8pm | Exclusive virtual event for MRSC members, 10-Year Ticket holders, patrons and sponsors.  More details here and the link will be emailed beforehand.

Thursday

10am | 2021/22 Season Tickets open for renewals  more details here.

The Munster team to face Zebre will be named before noon.

We will be promoting the Bank of Ireland Munster Rugby Summer Camps with full details here.

Friday

Munster face Zebre at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi in the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup with a 6pm kick-off (Irish time).

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