# munster-rugby - Today’s News
Kay and co. reckon Stander dived to get Rhys Gill a yellow card.
The southern province’s head coach excused Ian Keatley’s four misses from the tee at Thomond Park.
Excellent forwards, clever kicking, the yellow card, Keatley off the tee and set-piece power.
# munster-rugby - Yesterday’s News
Thomond Park was a sell-out as Anthony Foley’s Munster delivered on the pitch.
It was tight for long periods but once again Munster’s forward power proved the difference.
We were live from Thomond Park as Anthony Foley’s side strove to make it two wins from two in Pool 1.
Despite going into Friday’s game on the back of three successive victories, the Munster skipper insists his side are the underdogs.
# munster-rugby - Thursday 23 October, 2014
Can the southern province get back to winning ways against the Premiership side?
James Cronin and BJ Botha both start in Thomond Park tomorrow.
The southern province are likely to stick with Denis Hurley and Andrew Smith in the midfield.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 22 October, 2014
The 27-year-old Tipp native discusses competing for steals and CJ Stander’s impact with ball in hand.
# munster-rugby - Tuesday 21 October, 2014
O’Driscoll also spoke to RTE about Michael Cheika’s influence and ROG vs Sexton.
The Irish province welcome Saracens to Thomond Park on Friday night for what should be a superb Pool 1 clash.
# munster-rugby - Monday 20 October, 2014
Poor Saracens have been scalped twice by Munster at the end of European encounters.
# munster-rugby - Sunday 19 October, 2014
One Downton Abbey star showed their support yesterday.
The South African back row was man of the match at the AJ Bell Stadium.
It makes for happy viewing for Munster and Connacht fans.
# munster-rugby - Saturday 18 October, 2014
It was a thrilling finish at the AJ Bell stadium.
Keatley’s mettle, Stander in beast mode, breakdown battle, midfield problems and the comeback.
Cian Healy angered some Munster fans with his post-game tweet.
The 27-year-old held his nerve to clinch the victory for Munster with a last-gasp drop goal.
The clock went dead and Keatley struck it sweetly.
Munster came from 16 points down to seal a typically dramatic win.
Anthony Foley’s men got their Pool 1 campaign underway with a last-gasp win at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Fifteen years ago, Munster started to believe.
Despite a shaky start to the season, Munster are favourites on their opening European road trip.
# munster-rugby - Friday 17 October, 2014
The Irish international has been managing a foot injury for the last 15 months.
Dave Kilcoyne and Peter O’Mahony are the only differences to the side that won the derby against Leinster.
The 25-year-old Ireland prop faces competition from James Cronin for the number one shirt.
# munster-rugby - Thursday 16 October, 2014
Munster have a chip on their shoulder and Toulouse are the aristocrats.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 15 October, 2014
The southern province feel Cipriani ‘can turn a game with one play.’
Munster head coach Anthony Foley explains the intricacies of an early kick-off against Sale on Saturday.
# munster-rugby - Monday 13 October, 2014
The sides meet this Saturday and the lock is aiming to avoid a repeat of the 2005 trip to Edgeley Park.
# munster-rugby - Sunday 12 October, 2014
Also featuring a JJ-Hanrahan-inspired victory for Munster over the Scarlets.
# munster-rugby - Saturday 11 October, 2014
It’s Sale Sharks next up for Axel’s men.
# munster-rugby - Friday 10 October, 2014
The performance was not as impressive as last weekend, but Anthony Foley’s men picked up a second successive win.
When push comes to squat in the Munster weight room, the lock says, “you’d swear it was European Cup final day.”
# munster-rugby - Thursday 9 October, 2014
Anthony Foley has made eight changes to his side after the win over Leinster.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 8 October, 2014
‘If they go in as favourites, they could underperform’ – Howlett thinks Irish teams need mentality shift
The former All Black talks Munster, Jonah Lomu and Super Rugby vs European Cup.
The southern province’s captain admits it was ‘mentally daunting’ returning to action after almost six months out.