Munster Domestic Rugby | This Week At Munster Rugby – Munster Rugby

It’s a big week for young players across the province with underage, non-contact, outdoor training now permitted in Ireland.

See what’s coming up this week at Munster Rugby below.


From today, underage teams across the province will start to return to training after a very long wait.

To assist clubs, the IRFU have added a new series of webinars to the #ReadyForRugby support series to help clubs and schools in their return to rugby activity in the four provinces. See full details here.

We have match highlights and a gallery from Munster’s 27-3 victory over Leinster at the RDS on Saturday, check those out here.

The province have confirmed the signing of scrum-half Rowan Osborne with full details here.

We will also be supporting a charity initiative on our social channels as our charity partner Bumbleance look to raise funds for a children’s ambulance. See how you can help here.


We will bring you the latest Squad Update from our senior team.

There will also be the latest episode of ‘State of Play’ on YouTube, subscribe for free here.

The latest #NeverStopCompeting moment will also be posted on our social channels.


The latest ‘Munster In The Community’ news will be posted on

Supporters will also get the opportunity to purchase a #BeThere fan portrait that will be displayed at Thomond Park for the remainder of the season.


CJ Stander is set to become an ‘Honorary Limerick man’ at the Limerick Person of the Year awards.


We will have behind-the-scenes footage from the HPC as Munster prepare for next Friday’s Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup clash against Ulster.

‘The Big Quiz’, a fundraiser for Munster’s nominated charities – Bumbleance and the Cope Foundation – starts at 9pm, and you will be able to access the quiz 30 minutes beforehand at 8.30pm.

The quiz will be hosted by Liam Horan while comedian, actor and Munster Rugby supporter Jon Kenny will be co-hosting on the night so there will be plenty of entertainment and laughter between rounds. The cost of entry for a team is €50 with all proceeds going to Munster’s nominated charities, Bumbleance and the Cope Foundation.

See full details and get involved here.

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