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# Munster

15th June 2024
Munster miss their chance on a miserable day for Irish rugby
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Electricity is in the air at Nemo Rangers but we'd be shocked if anyone got elected anytime soon
Billy Kelleher is the closest to the quota of 114,761 – there is a slim chance he will be elected tonight.
The South Africans and Scots out to prevent an all-Irish URC final
The Bulls and Glasgow take on Leinster and Munster on Saturday in the semi-finals.
Limerick v Clare, Munster senior hurling final
A third successive year that Limerick and Clare meet in the decider.
This month
June 2024
Munster's momentum should be too much for Ospreys in Limerick
Graham Rowntree’s side face into the URC play-offs in a different place to last year.
Ex-Munster boss van Graan on brink of first trophy with Bath
Munster v Leinster final in Thomond possible but pathway is dangerous
Ulster visit the Aviva Stadium in this weekend’s quarter-finals.
Ringrose return provides Leinster boost, injuries rule out Munster trio
GAA announce referees for Munster, Leinster and Joe McDonagh hurling finals
Last month
May 2024
Munster make 6 changes as Ulster go same again for Thomond Park
Munster set to sign South African flyer Thaakir Abrahams
6 players to watch as Cork and Tipperary compete for Munster hurling glory
Tipperary and Cork bosses face their season defining moment at Semple sellout
A crucial clash in Thurles today at 4pm in the Munster senior hurling championship.
Late Cork rally clinches win over Clare to set up Munster final against Tipperary
Cork bring in U20 football captain to start for Munster hurling semi-final against Clare
Munster find their ruthless edge in attack at the right time
Graham Rowntree’s side have taken their chances in the last couple of games.
Casey back at 9 for Munster as Carty returns to captain Connacht
Setting their Thomond Park record straight next on Munster's agenda
Graham Rowntree’s side haven’t been at their best in Limerick so far this season.
Late Tipperary rally secures dramatic draw against Waterford in Munster
11,966 watched on in Walsh Park.
'When I'm smiling and happy, that's when I play my best rugby'
Simon Zebo breaks down some of his big plays for Munster in South Africa.
April 2024
5 talking points after Clare receive huge boost while Cork face uphill task
Clare back on track after key Munster victory over 14-man Cork
Six goals scored in an absorbing round-robin game in front of a crowd of 36,814.
How will Munster's hurling managers be feeling ahead of Round 2 clashes?
O'Brien comes in as Munster make one change for Lions match
Rowntree allays fears over seriousness of Kleyn injury
Jackals, cross kicks, and Fijian shrugs - How Munster beat the Bulls
Brilliant Limerick comeback secures Munster opener win over Clare
20,055 watched on as John Kiely’s Limerick team triumphed.
RG Snyman starts as Munster ring changes for Bulls clash
Cork and Kerry name starting sides ahead of Munster championship games
Munster's battle with the Bulls part of intense URC run-in
Meath and Louth into Leinster U20 semis; Waterford minors score first Munster football win in five years
Big names return as Munster name squad for trip to South Africa
Cork get the better of Shane Dowling's Limerick minors as Tipperary overcome Waterford
Kerry and Cork off to a winning start in Munster, Connacht delicately poised ahead of final round
Munster abuse case: Children's uncles bid to overturn convictions based on letter sent to judge
Dublin and Kildare book semi-final places with victories against Meath and Louth
So what next for Munster after their Champions Cup exit?
Graham Rowntree and co. are convinced the best is yet ahead for the province.
Munster confirm three departures
7 senior games live on TV and streaming - this week's GAA schedule
Three French, three English, one South African, and one Irish