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“Johnny & The Boys Are Well Able To Look After Themselves”

Johnny Sexton

Sean McMahon reporting from Yokohama. Peter O’Mahony believes that Johnny Sexton or any other member of the Irish team are well able to look after themselves if they encounter any special treatment from the Scotland players on Sunday.  In recent years, we have seen an extra-bite to Ireland v Scotland fixtures and this applies to provincial level too with Munster …

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“It Just Felt Like Wave After Wave” – Peter O’Mahony

Peter O'Mahony

Sean McMahon reports from Coventry The dejection was written all over the face of Johann van Graan, Peter O’Mahony and Jack O’Donoghue as they faced the media in the aftermath of yet another loss in the semi-final of the Heineken Champions Cup.  A 16-point margin of defeat greeted Munster at the full-time whistle, it was the exact same margin of …

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“This Squad Doesn’t Need A Wake-Up Call” – Peter O’Mahony

Peter O'Mahony Ireland Six Nations

For someone who prides himself on his ability to physically impose himself on opponents, the manner of Ireland’s Six Nations loss to England on Saturday will sting Peter O’Mahony in particular.  O’Mahony and the rest of his forward pack came out second best to their English counterparts with the likes of the Vunipola brothers, Mako and Billy, Kyle Sinckler, Maro …

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Peter O’Mahony: “Fear Is Always A Factor For Us”

Peter O'Mahony Ireland England

Peter O’Mahony put it simply when asked what drives Ireland to keep hitting the heights which they reached last year. An unforgettable 2018 which yielded a Grand Slam, a series win in Australia and a historic victory over the All Blacks in November – how does a team motivate themselves when they have achieved all they could have in the …

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Peter O’Mahony “50-50” To Face Exeter Chiefs On Saturday

Peter O'Mahony Munster

Munster captain Peter O’Mahony has been rated as “50-50” by head coach Johann van Graan ahead of the southern province’s crucial winner-take-all clash with the Exeter Chiefs on Saturday evening.  The Thomond Park clash is a 1st v 2nd matchup with a win for the home side guaranteeing them progress to the quarter-finals. O’Mahony was removed from the Kingsholm turf …

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Peter O’Mahony Relishing Visit To Boyhood Haunt Kingsholm

Peter O'Mahony Munster

Munster captain, Peter O’Mahony has fond memories of Kingsholm from his time in the stands supporting his team as a child, and he’s hoping to create some more when Munster travel there on Friday to face Gloucester in their Heineken Champions Cup encounter.  Johann van Graan’s side were comprehensive winners when Gloucester visited Thomond Park in October with tries from …

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Peter O’Mahony: “Weeks Like This You’ve To Take Emotion Out Of It”

Peter O'Mahony

There is much excitement surrounding the Ireland versus New Zealand fixture this weekend. The world champions against the second-best team, Ireland looking to atone for previous slips in Dublin against the All Blacks, the possibility that Joe Schmidt could be facing his future team. The fact that this is the final southern hemisphere side that Ireland will face before the …

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“No One Has Practiced High Tackles” – O’Mahony On High Tackle Spotlight

Peter O'Mahony of Munster

Munster’s bonus-point win over Gloucester at Thomond Park was overshadowed by the debate surrounding the consistency in the officiating of contact being made with the head.  Danny Cipriani received a straight red card in the first half on Saturday which ultimately ended the match as a competition as the southern province used the man advantage to score a further four …

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