It was a clean sweep of home wins for the provinces in round 3 of the GUINNESS PRO12. Munster edged out defending champions Glasgow Warriors, while Ulster, Leinster and Connacht scored 16 tries between them in their bonus point victories.
Munster Rugby are currently accepting applications for Lead Academy Physiotherapist. This role will provide physiotherapy services to the Munster Rugby Academy and U20 squad in Limerick and will deliver best practice sports medicine services in partnership with the Head Physiotherapist and Doctor(s).
Munster head coach Anthony Foley has named his team to face Glasgow Warriors at Thomond Park on Friday (kick-off 6pm). In total, there are eight personnel changes to the side that defeated the Ospreys over a fortnight ago.
Munster know they face a stiff test if they are to maintain their unbeaten start to the GUINNESS PRO12 against defending champions Glasgow Warriors on Friday. The province have only beaten Glasgow once in their last five meetings - in this equivalent fixture last season, played in Cork.
Munster made it two wins from two and Leinster enjoyed their maiden competitive victory under Leo Cullen, while Connacht and Ulster both tasted defeat on the road in round 2 of the GUINNESS PRO12. Check out the video highlights and photos from the province's fixtures.
A fascinating final round of the IRFU Under-20 Interprovincial Championship is in prospect next Friday as Munster, currently in pole position with two wins from two, look to complete a clean sweep of victories away to Connacht. Second-placed Leinster remain in the hunt with a home game against winless Ulster to come.
The cream of Under-20 rugby talent across the four provinces will be on show at the Sportsground and the Mardyke this evening as the second round of the IRFU U-20 Interprovincial Championship takes place.
Munster head coach Anthony Foley has named his team to play the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday (kick-off 2.30pm). Tyler Bleyendaal, Mark Chisholm and Francis Saili will join Academy player Stephen Fitzgerald in making their first PRO12 starts.
After his summer involvement in Emerging Ireland's Tbilisi Cup-winning campaign, Munster Academy player Rory Scannell opened the new GUINNESS PRO12 season with a strong showing at inside centre against Benetton Treviso last Saturday.
Hugh Hogan's Leinster team stormed to the top of the IRFU Under-20 Inteprovincial Championship standings with a six-try 40-7 hammering of Connacht, while a penalty from Bill Johnston proved to be the decisive score for Munster in a tense 18-17 victory away to last year's champions Ulster.
12 tries were scored on the opening night of the 2015/16 IRFU Under-20 Interprovincial Championship. Leinster were in bonus point-winning form at home to Connacht, while defending champions Ulster fell to Munster in an enthralling encounter in Belfast.
Munster made it two IRFU Women's Interprovincial titles in-a-row - and eleven in all - as they put in an impressive performance to beat arch rivals Leinster 15-7 at Thomond Park on Saturday. Kate Rowan rounds up the action from the final round of the Championship.
Tries in each half from Leah Lyons and captain Niamh Briggs saw Munster reign supreme at Thomond Park on Saturday as they were crowned IRFU Women's Interprovincial champions for 2015/16. Check out our gallery of pics from the Munster v Leinster title decider.
Ulster, Connacht and Munster all made winning starts to this season's GUINNESS PRO12, while Leinster picked up a losing bonus point against Edinburgh in Leo Cullen's first competitive game in charge. Check out the video highlights and match photos from the opening weekend.