# munster-rugby - Yesterday’s News
It was an unbeaten weekend for the Irish provinces in Champions Cup action.
# munster-rugby - Sunday 25 January, 2015
Keith Earls, Ireland hopefuls, Dineen’s display and a happy ending in Europe.
Anthony Foley’s side are out of Europe, but they finished on a high in Thomond Park.
We went minute-by-minute for Munster’s closing pool fixture in Thomond Park.
O’Mahony feels his side let the fans down against Saracens last weekend.
# munster-rugby - Friday 23 January, 2015
Other stories include Jamie Heaslip starting for Leinster this weekend and ITV ‘parting ways’ with Adrian Chiles.
With injuries healed, there’s a chance for some badly needed game time.
‘It’s easy to be negative, what you have to do is find solutions’ – ROG on Munster’s Champions Cup exit
The former Munster 10 has said constructive criticism has it’s place but people should not be overly critical of the province.
Hurley has gotten a lot of game time at inside centre this season.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 21 January, 2015
The 21 year-old former Rebel player is sticking with the province.
# munster-rugby - Monday 19 January, 2015
Kelly Brown could have a post-rugby career in showbiz with a voice like that.
# munster-rugby - Saturday 17 January, 2015
High error count, Saracens excel, blunt Munster and where was JJ?
Anthony Foley’s men were hugely disappointing against the impressive Premiership side.
We’re live from Allianz Park as Munster’s European campaign hangs by a thread.
A little earlier than planned, but Munster won’t shirk the need to play knockout cup rugby in England today.
# munster-rugby - Friday 16 January, 2015
Duncan Williams will start at scrum-half for Munster at Allianz Park tomorrow.
# munster-rugby - Thursday 15 January, 2015
As the intensity increases from the spotlight and the competition, Munster’s turnover machine is showing a glimpse of his human side.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 14 January, 2015
A win gives Munster a chance of qualifying or the Champions Cup quarter-finals, but that’s all O’Connell wants.
# munster-rugby - Tuesday 13 January, 2015
“The injuries have taken a bit off my career. There are certain things you can’t do in training.”
The scrum-half is a crucial component of the province’s gameplan, but he is now an injury doubt for the Sarcens fixture.
# munster-rugby - Sunday 11 January, 2015
It will make for good viewing for Leinster, Munster and Ulster fans. Those out West may want to look away now.
# munster-rugby - Saturday 10 January, 2015
Anthony Foley’s men led 24-0 at the break.
The Sky pundit has done well in retirement, but there are occasional struggles.
Like the province, back row Dave O’Callaghan is out to make a fresh start on the trip to Italy.
# munster-rugby - Friday 9 January, 2015
Quinan thinks the move abroad could be beneficial for Hanrahan.
# munster-rugby - Thursday 8 January, 2015
ROG says he understands why the 22-year-old has backed himself by making the switch to the Premiership.
Axel Foley wants to bring Rob Horne to Thomond Park.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 7 January, 2015
The southern province have momentum to build before pitching up at Saracens.
# munster-rugby - Tuesday 6 January, 2015
There’s also some good news for the provinces and watch Stephanie Roche’s goal in Lego form.
The wing and the prop took part in limited training today and might even be fit enough to face Zebre this weekend.
# munster-rugby - Thursday 1 January, 2015
The awful weather conditions also played a big part in proceedings.
Pat Lam masterminded Connacht’s first win over Munster in six years, and a second since 1986.
Connacht are looking to reassert themselves in the top six race.
Pat Lam’s men are coming off the back of defeats to Leinster and Ulster.
# munster-rugby - Wednesday 31 December, 2014
Pat Lam says has named a more physically imposing backline to counteract Munster.
# munster-rugby - Monday 29 December, 2014
Andrew Conway showed great strength for his try too.
# munster-rugby - Friday 26 December, 2014
The coach also felt Darragh Fanning’s second-half sin-binning was a harsh decision.
Lee wants to put the gold on the line in Thomond Park next year.
The coach saw his side secure a hard-earned 28-13 victory over Leinster.