Munster fans heading to Beziers for the Heineken Cup semi-final on Saturday, 27 April, should be aware of the following points:
Munster fans heading to Beziers for the Heineken Cup semi-final on Saturday, 27 April, should be aware of the following points:The Heineken Cup Rugby Pub, situated next to Stade de la Mediterranee in Parc des Expositions, will open at 10.00am. It will offer a variety of food,drink and live Irish music and is able to cater for up to 3,000 fans.The Heineken Cup Rugby Pub will remain open until 8.00pm after the game, which kicks-off at 3.00pm local time.
The ground will be open to the public at 1.00pm and there are more bars inside the stadium.Munster fans should take the Shuttle Bus service to Stade de la Mediterranee from Place de la Victoire in Beziers.There will be a special street party in Beziers on Friday night to which all Munster fans are welcome. There will be live music and dancing at Allees Paul Riquet from 7.00pm.
Ireland captain Rory Best and forwards coach Simon Easterby spoke to the media at the Captain's Run press conference in Paris earlier today, ahead of Ireland's RBS 6 Nations clash with France on Saturday.
Looking forward to locking horns with France, Conor Murray said: "I know with the type of players and type of game Guy Noves likes to play, they can throw up anything. We've got to be ready for any style of game, an offloading game, a free-flowing game."
Ireland forwards coach Simon Easterby chats about sharing the defence coaching duties, Sean O'Brien (tight hamstring) sitting out Wednesday's training session and also talks about the strength of the Welsh back row.
Andrew Trimble talks about coming back from injury to make Ireland's RBS 6 Nations squad and dealing with the excitement and nervousness ahead of a big game like Sunday's Championship opener against Wales.
We hear from returning front rowers Adam McBurney and Conan O'Donnell, captain James Ryan and fellow newcomer Paul Kiernan as the Ireland Under-20s look forward to opening the U-20 RBS 6 Nations on Friday night against Wales at their new home of Donnybrook.
Ireland prop Tadhg Furlong spoke about the excitement of facing his first RBS 6 Nations campaign, the challenge of scrummaging against Wales and his earliest memories of the Championship - which include apple pie!