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Munster Unveil Brand New Kits For 2018/19 Season

Munster unveiled their new alternate and European kits at an official launch that took place in Cork today. Fota Wildlife Park hosted the Munster panel as they began a four-day training camp – welcoming back nine of the internationals who were given extra time off due to their involvement in the Summer Test Series in Australia. An event was held …

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Hurling Team Of The Week: The Men From Munster Dominate

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We were treated to two cracking hurling quarter-finals over the weekend with Clare and Limerick edging their way into the All Ireland semi-finals at the expense of Wexford and Kilkenny. As a result, there’s plenty of competition in our Hurling Team of the Week. 1 Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny) Every week he plays, his name ends up on one team of …

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Winners and Losers From A Packed Weekend Of GAA Action

We were treated to a feast of GAA action over weekend, including two provincial finals, the first ever Joe McDonagh final and a number of football qualifiers. We take a look back at the winners and losers across the busy schedule.  Winners Kildare Kildare were the big talking point last week as they took their ‘Newbridge Or Nowhere’ campaign to …

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Donncha O’Callaghan Set For New Role At Munster

Munster v Saracens - Heineken Cup

Munster’s most-capped player Donncha O’Callaghan is now set for a new role within the club following the end of his playing career. 17 years of service in the Munster colours came to end for Donnacha O’Callaghan in 2015 and while he enjoyed a three year stint with Worcester Warriors in the time that followed, his years at the Irish side …

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Simon Zebo Signs Off From Munster With Heartfelt Statement

Today’s PRO14 semi-final marked Simon Zebo’s final game for Munster after eight years in the red shirt. Zebo bid farewell to Thomond Park earlier this month after a win over Edinburgh, but today’s game at the RDS didn’t go to plan. Munster were just edged out by old rivals Leinster, with the newly crowned Champions Cup winners prevailing 16-15, helped by …

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