A strong start to the season has seen Rory Scannell play in every Munster 'A' game to date, alternating between out-half and centre and kicking 33 points along the way. The Dolphin clubman knows first-hand the benefit of British & Irish Cup experience in helping players to make the transition to GUINNESS PRO12 rugby.
Western Province centre Patrick Howard is set to join Munster Rugby on a three-month contract. The 22-year-old South African will join the province later in the month subject to passing the normal medical procedures.
October was a very productive month for Munster with a run of four successive victories across the GUINNESS PRO12 and European Champions Cup. Anthony Foley's men kick off November with a trip to Cardiff Arms Park.
With a number of international players unavailable for selection, Anthony Foley has rung the changes for Saturday's GUINNESS PRO12 clash with Cardiff Blues. Donncha O'Callaghan, Munster's most-capped player, will captain the province in the Welsh capital.
The Munster squad's full focus is on the GUINNESS PRO12 this week as they build towards Saturday evening's round 7 meeting with Cardiff Blues in the Welsh capital. Check out some photos of the province training ahead of that game.
Greene King IPA Championship newcomers Doncaster Knights are the only team to boast a perfect record - 10 points from a possible 10 - after the opening two weekends of action in the British & Irish Cup.
Munster's historic 12-0 victory over New Zealand in 1978 is retold in a new Guinness ad campaign, which will air on Irish TV for the first time on Wednesday, November 5, ahead of Ireland's opening GUINNESS Series fixture.
Munster winger Simon Zebo says the province will have to recapture their best form if they are to overcome Saracens in round 2 of the European Champions Cup and maintain their winning start to the tournament.
As he reflected on his first European victory as Munster head coach, Anthony Foley discussed the crucial contribution of Ian Keatley and the calm and measured changes that saw his side emerge as a different force for the second 40 minutes against Sale Sharks.
Munster opened the European Champions Cup with a dramatic one-point win away to Sale Sharks, with Ian Keatley notching the decisive drop goal in injury-time. Check out some photos of the Pool 1 opener.